Muddy’s to reopen in new locations
Muddy’s Smokehouse BBQ, which has been embroiled in a legal battle with Alsace Township regarding its location along Route 12, has announced it is opening two new locations, one in Oley and one in Robesonia. Exact addresses for the locations have not been announced. In an article in the June 13 Reading Eagle, owner David Reynolds said both locations will have unique menus with seating for up to 30. Reynolds also said his goal remains to re-open the original location.
Boehringer’s targets mid-July re-opening
Boehringer’s Drive-In in Adamstown, Lancaster County, is projecting a mid-July re-opening of the restaurant, according to its official Facebook page. The restaurant has been closed since May 18 when a fire engulfed the kitchen. A faulty milkshake machine was determined to have caused the fire.
Annual Gourmet Garden Tour set for this Saturday
The 21st annual Gourmet Garden Tour is scheduled for this Saturday, June 21. The event, held in Reading’s Centre Park Historic District, combines a self-guided tour of neighborhood gardens with food from local restaurants and locally made beer and wine selections. Food vendors include Sofrito Gastro Pub, Say Cheese, Aashiyana Indian Cuisine, Foods of the Mediterranean and Vietnamese Delights. Tickets are $25 on the day of the event, $23 if purchased before Friday at noon. The event runs from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Apple Dumping Festival continues through Saturday
Willow Glen Park in Sinking Spring is playing host to the annual Apple Dumpling Festival through Saturday, June 21. As the name implies, the big draw for the festival is the fresh baked apple dumplings, but the festival also features rides, games, foods and the Miss Apple Dumpling Pageant. The festival is open Thursday from 5:30 until 10 p.m., Friday from 5:30 until 11 p.m. and Saturday from 2:00 p.m.