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Dine And Dish At The Bercy Welcomes Phila Film Society CEO Andrew Greenblatt

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Philadelphia Film Office Executive Director and CEO Andrew Greenblatt will be the February speaker at the next installment of the Main Line's Dine & Dish - a new monthly dinner series presented by Realtor and tastemaker Michelle Leonard, and hosted at The Bercy in Ardmore. Greenblatt will share his personal tips for success on Monday, February 25, 2018, starting at 6:00pm.

Last month, the speaker series kicked off with a sold out crowd and special guest Nicole Miller's Mary K Dougherty. Next month, the series continues in March with Marcus Allen, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independent Region. Each month, the evening's festivities begin at 6:00pm with a "meet and greet" reception, and dinner will then run through 9:00pm. Tickets are on sale now for $50 per person, and include a glass of sparkling wine, a three-course seated dinner, tax and gratuity. Tickets are available by calling The Bercy at (610) 589-0500.

"We are thrilled to welcome Andrew Greenblatt from the Philadelphia Film Society for our second Dine & Dish," said event founder, Realtor Michelle Leonard. "After its sold-out debut, we were excited to invite Andrew to be this months speaker! Andrew is well versed in the entertainment industry and has tons of advice and stories to share. We look forward to an intimate evening while he shares his personal tips for success."

During Dine & Dish, guests will sip wine and share delicious cuisine with Greenblatt. Andrew will share what it's like to work in the entertainment industry as an attorney and independent feature film producer. Greenblatt has worked in the New York and Los Angeles' film industries and has firsthand experience with the dynamic world of film! He has held the position of CEO at Philadelphia Film Society since 2009. Prior to joining PFS Greenblatt produced numerous independent works, including a short film and four feature-length documentaries.

"Film is the most accessible art form. It's able to be experienced, enjoyed and critiqued without any formal background," said Greenblatt, a George Washington University Political Science graduate. "It's able to bring diverse audiences together and create communities."

Dinner for each Dine & Dish will be specially presented by Executive Chef Joe Monnich and his talented culinary team. Dine & Dish's monthly wine selections will be curated by The Bercy's Beverage Manager and award-winning Sommelier Steven Gullo.

Future Dine & Dish speakers are CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independent Region Marcus Allen on Monday, March 25th, and the Official Phillie Phanatic Tom Burgoyne on Monday, April 22nd.
The Bercy is located at 7 E Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore. Complimentary valet parking is available on Station Road right off Lancaster Avenue.

The Bercy is the crown jewel in Ardmore's award-winning culinary scene. Executive Chef Joseph Monnich offers a modern take on the French brasserie with classically inspired cuisine, wood-fired rotisserie, fresh pastas, and steakhouse style cuts. The expansive layout features an open mezzanine, 20-foot windows, and a raw bar with fresh seafood displays.

Main Line Realtor and tastemaker Michelle Leonard is one of the region's master connectors and premiere realtors - specializing in properties on the Main Line, in Center City, Chester County, Delaware County and Montgomery County through Century 21 Advantage Gold.

Michelle passionately connects people with their dream homes - and prides herself on introducing them to new and exciting neighborhoods, restaurants and experiences. She strives to make her clients, both buyers and sellers, outrageously happy by wearing many hats to make them feel like they are wearing a crown. She also is known for her signature hat collection, that has affectionaley earned her the title of "The Hat Lady."

On her mission to bring people together, Michelle created the sold-out and buzz-filled Tasty Talks monthly luncheon series that showcases secrets and stories from our region's newsrooms. Guests salivate over tales from the biggest names in regional media.

With Dine & Dish, Leonard wanted to share stories of inspiration in a new, exciting and larger way. Each month, she will team up with The Bercy and bring the region's most influential leaders to the heart of Downtown Ardmore. Leonard Will not only partner with her favorite restaurant, but she will continue cementing her role as a master connector in our region.


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