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Fri, Mar 29



Pairing Dinner with Ash Chase Culinary

Join Chef Bill Murphy and Head Winemaker Matt Check for a 4 course paring dinner at the Winehouse. Details inside

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Pairing Dinner with Ash Chase Culinary
Pairing Dinner with Ash Chase Culinary

Time & Location

Mar 29, 2024, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Andreas, 139 Ash Cir, Andreas, PA 18211, USA

About the event

Join us for a night with Ash Chase Culinary as we take you on a 5 course food and wine journey curated by Chef Bill and Head Winemaker Matt Check.

Menu will be released in the coming weeks.

This dinner will be the first to offer a tiered pricing with a 2 person table package upgrade that includes a bottle of our soon to be released Blanc de Noir. There are only 2 tables of 2 for this opportunity and will sell out quickly. Semi- communal seating is offered at an intro price of $99 per person.  Price will go up on March 15 to $115.

Please Choose your seats when purchasing.  

A little about the Chef: Bill Murphy got his start in the restaurant industry early when at 13 he worked in the Jewish Deli his Mom managed in Bucks County. It was there, he discovered his love for the industry and developed his multi-cultural approach to food and cooking. Murphy went on to graduate from The Culinary Institute of America. His time there laid the groundwork for a culinary journey that started at the Four Seasons in Chicago and continued to the Four Seasons in Philadelphia. He then did a stage in Chartes, France at a hotel awarded a Michelin star before returning home to the Philadelphia area. He was the chef at Jake’s in Manayunk, a fine dining establishment awarded the prestigious four stars by Mobil. Murphy was then hand picked by renowned restaurateur Stephen Starr to oversee his Blue Angel, Buddakhan, Continental Midtown and the Continental in Olde City restaurants. After years working as Executive Chef for Starr’s famed restaurants, Chef Murphy relocated to become Executive Chef at Hotel Bethlehem in historic downtown Bethlehem.

A few years later, in 2013, he joined the team at Peddler’s Village as Executive chef of Earls Bucks County and then rebuilding it into Earls New American after a devastating fire in 2015. While rebuilding he was in charge of the Cock n’ Bull restaurant bringing about the first menu revisions the restaurant had seen in 30 years and training the next generation of chefs in classic American cuisine. Chef Bill now spends his time teaching cooking classes for all ages (including preschoolers), running a food kiosk at Nook Nook Creative Village in Doylestown and working as a private chef.

Murphy believes that locally grown, fresh quality ingredients, clean flavors, and flawless culinary execution are the keys to an excellent dish. He explains, “If you have quality ingredients you don’t need to hide them with fluff.”


  • Ash Chase Pairing Dinner

    +$2.88 service fee
    Sale ended
  • Blanc De Noir 2 seat upgrade

    Priced includes 2 people at a 2 seater Table with Bottle of Blanc De Noir for the table

    +$6.25 service fee
    Sold Out

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