Blue Marsh Canteen gets new name, new owners; two restaurants inch closer to opening; Americana Diner ends 24 hour service
The Virginville Hotel is a small restaurant serving home cooked favorites in one of Berks County’s smallest villages.
Working in King of Prussia, I have a chance to visit a lot of great restaurants in Montgomery County. This week, Berks County Eats takes a road trip with me to Ambler’s Saffron Indian Kitchen.
Four new restaurants could be in the cards for Berks County including two in St. Lawrence, one in Douglassville, and one in Reading.
A century ago, people flocked to Carsonia Park. Today, the old beer garden houses Anthony’s Trattoria, and instead of amusement park rides, people are flocking to the area for great Italian food.
Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine is inherently American. That is the message in William Woys Weaver’s “As American as Shoofly Pie,” and the message of the author’s recent talk at the Ephrata Public Library.
Teen chef from Fleetwood Grille earns spot in national competition; Tilted Kilt eyes late month opening; and work continues on Bistro 614.
Dinner is a sensory experience that involves more than just taste. Tokyo Hibachi & Bar brings all five senses to the forefront for a dinner that is truly an experience.
Berks County Eats stops beneath the Golden Arches in Wyomissing for Chicken McNuggets, fries and a Shamrock Shake at McDonald’s.
Happy April Fool’s Day.