Coming to Kennett Square this summer is The Creamery, a pop-up food, drink and entertainment space on the site of a century-old dairy facility that's sat empty for a decade. Beginning today at 5 p.m. The Creamery will feature a veritable smorgasbord of activities for kids and adults, starting with three different food options: the beer garden, serving full lunch and dinner off the grill from Jeremy Nolen, from Brauhaus Schmitz, and the folks at The Industry; sandwiches, salads, fruit and smoothies at lunchtime from The Produce Place; and on Fridays, food trucks.
Four craft cocktails will pour alongside of a rotation of wines and summer-friendly beers on tap and in the can (think 21st Amendment's cult classic Hell or High Watermelon). Adding to the vibe are yard games, a kids' area, live bands, artists and even a private event space.
The Creamery will open Thursdays through Sundays until September 30.