Couples love the history behind Vickers Restaurant and the adjacent Plantation Ballroom. Vickers was once a stop on the Underground Railroad and the former farm house of Chester County's most famous potter John Vickers (check out his work at the Philadelphia Museum of Art). Grand brass chandeliers illuminate the elegant ballroom that is outlined with custom millwork adding a finished elegance to the space. Ten 6-foot windows scale the walls and are ornamented with plantation shutters to preserve the historic feel of the neighboring house while adding quiet grandeur. This is the perfect space for a regal reception or a farmhouse elegant fíÈte. Photogs rave about the historic photo ops by the remnants of the original barn and the antique rakes and wells on the property. Pop into their Hunt Room built entirely of reclaimed wood from the old barn to snap a shot of your own history in the making. The Plantation Ballroom hosts weddings and rehearsal dinners for up to 120 while the garden patio serves as the perfect outdoor space for cocktail hours and small onsite ceremonies. Packages range from $115-$150 per person. Vickers serves traditional Continental cuisine with French influence.