Whip Tavern

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Open Season at The Whip: Doe Run Patio Open

Visit The Whip Tavern for outdoor service along the Doe Run. Outfitted this year with new tables and seating, the award-winning patio is the gathering place for enjoying the mild weather over a relaxing meal with friends.

Daily specials and British fare are made from ingredients grown within a stone’s throw of the pub, including meats, cheeses, vegetables, fruits and herbs. Committed to local producers, Executive Chef Wyatt Lash is constantly researching and securing ingredients from local growers- among them are Kennett Square Specialties, Green Meadow Farm, Doe Run Farm, Stryker Farm, and Philly CowShare.

Whether you arrive by bike, car, tractor or horseback, be sure to check out the day’s featured brews or try a cask conditioned specialty draught from the local taps, for something new. Enjoy the hand picked selection of more than 50 domestic and international beers, ciders and malt beverages from a list that adjusts seasonally. If wine is your preference, bring a bottle – there’s a corking fee of $2.50 for each. Settle in and savor this family-friendly local favorite. Open Wednesday through Monday from 11a.m to midnight.


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Beef on Weck

Beef On Weck
Philadelphia Magazine finds a local place to get the Buffalo standard Beef On Weck, the Whip Tavern in Coatesville.

The beef is Dijon vinaigrette—marinated top round, slow roasted, and sliced thinly on a deli slicer. The rolls, which Kulp wanted to have shipped from Buffalo but found this cost prohibitive, are made by the Downingtown Wegman’s. Before serving, the beef slices are reheated in au jus, into which the top of the bun is also dipped. As for toppings, don’t even think of asking for anything but horseradish.

Where’s the Beef on Weck? [Philadelphia Magazine]
Whip Tavern [Official Site]
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