Berks County Eats visited the first annual Kempton Pepper Jam where we found plenty of hot foods and fun.
Not much has changed in the six decades since Schell’s began selling hamburgers and hot dogs along 5th Street Highway in Temple. The prices have gone up a little (you can’t get fries for 15 cents anymore), but the menu is largely the same: burgers, dogs, grilled cheese, fried chicken, fries, onion rings and hamburger bar-b-que.
Fire at Boehringer’s Drive-in, Kempton Pepper Jam debuts and more Berks County food news.
The 3rd and Spruce Cafe doesn’t look like much from the outside, but hungry patrons have been finding their way to this West Reading eatery for nearly seven decades. And after three delicious courses, it is easy to see why.
Seven restaurants are taking part in the annual Greater Reading Independent Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Week.
The Centre Park Historic District is known for its Victorian mansions, but it’s the Caribbean-inspired cuisine at Sofrito Gastro Pub that takes Berks County Eats into the picturesque Reading neighborhood.
When you think of Berks County’s food scene, Vietnamese cuisine probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind, but a trip to Hong Thanh could change that.