Shillington area loses a long-time restaurant; Children’s Home presents culinary fundraiser; A-Treat makes last batch of sodas.
Fried chicken may be the ultimate in comfort food, and Chicken Supreme in West Reading is doing fried chicken as well as anyone in Berks County.
Berks County Eats heads to the first annual Reading Fire + Ice Festival, where the chili cook-off provided more than enough heat on a chilly January day.
Crystal Palace shuts down after 82 years downtown; Pretzel Revolution to have stand at FirstEnergy Stadium; Carrabba’s, Bonefish Grill not coming to Wyomissing.
Berks County Eats heads to the far reaches of the county (Hereford Township to be exact) for a farm-to-table fine dining experience at Heirloom.
For many Berks Countians, the Pennsylvania Farm Show is an annual pilgrimage. The annual event in Harrisburg, now in its 99th year, celebrates our state’s agrarian past with events and competitions, and of course, delicious food.
Two new restaurants set to replace recently closed locations, and a pizza place and a donut shop are joining forces to create a new experience.
2014 was a year of change for Muddy’s Smokehouse BBQ as the business expanded from a roadside trailer to two permanent locations. We visit the Robesonia location to try a little of the old and a little of the new.
Union Township restaurant closes while two prepare to open, and a former restaurant in Maxatawny Tonwship goes up for sale.
The Exeter Family Restaurant earned two Best Diner awards in 2014. That was reason enough for Berks County Eats to make its first visit, and the restaurant did not disappoint.