The first annual Berks County Taco Fest was held on Saturday, May 18 and featured some of the best restaurants, food trucks and vendors from Berks County and beyond.
Four Twelve is known for coffee and waffles. We don’t drink coffee, but we love waffles, so we made the trip to Hamburg for Belgian waffles, waffle sandwiches and waffle dippers.
After placing the winning bid for a judge’s seat, I had an up-close look – and an amazing taste – of the 2019 Wilson Iron Chef competition. Get a peek behind the scenes at this year’s competition.
In part one of our Wilson Iron Chef 2019 recap, we review the eight participants in the People’s Choice competition and get a taste of the offerings along vendor row.
It’s pizza time for Berks County Eats as we pay our first visit to Pizza Time restaurant in Reading, PA for a quick, convenient meal of pepperoni pizza and fries.
Mecca Caribbean and Soul Food is one of West Reading’s newer restaurants, and offers warming tables full of Latin American and southern specialties.
The Goggleworks is one of the most popular destinations in downtown Reading, and thanks to Belly Kitchen & Drinkery, it is now a destination for downtown dining.
We visit one of Berks County’s newest breweries, Hamburg’s 1787 Brewing Company, not for the beer but for the food: including the honey ham flatbread and vegan black bean burger.
Berks County Eats takes a short road trip to Lancaster County for a pre-Valentine’s Day dinner at The Belvedere Inn, one of the 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in the country according to the users of OpenTable.
Berks County Eats visits an old-school Berks County sandwich shop – Screpesi’s – for the “best in Berks ham on roll” and a Berks-style steak sandwich.
Opened in the fall of 2018, the Angry Anvil fits seamlessly into the Birdsboro community with a blue-collar menu that is taken to the next level.