A breakfast at CD’s Place has been a long time coming. Finally, I found a Saturday where they were open, and we were available for a taste of their jerk chicken omelet and corn andouille hash.
Berks County Eats makes a breakfast trip to the Americana Diner along Route 100 outside of Bechtelsville for a gyro skillet and pineapple pancakes.
Returning to Panevino for the first time in more than three years, we took full advantage of the restaurant’s three-course meals to sample as much as possible.
When Julie and I visited Pretzel Revolution and Creamery in March, we were there for the stuffed pretzels. This time we only had one thing on our minds: ice cream.
The Bernville Eagle Hotel is one of many small town hotels and inns that have been serving their communities for generations. Today, the Eagle serves Caribbean-inspired cuisine in its barroom setting.
Longacre’s Modern Dairy in Barto is a 40-minute drive from Berks County Eats’ home base in Wyomissing. But it was well-worth the drive, and the short wait, for a taste of their homemade ice cream.
Despite Berks County’s proud German heritage, there are very few restaurants serving authentic German food. We head to the far northern reaches of Berks County for a taste of the Old World at the Stony Run Inn.
Carvel was one of the most highly recommended ice cream stops by Berks County Eats readers. I put my predispositions aside to see what the fuss is all about.