This weekend’s events include the Saint Marco Italian Food Festival, the 161st Reading Fair, and Dinner on Main in Kutztown
ViVA replaces Chef Alan’s as official caterer with 15-year lease.
Friends invited us to dinner at Shirley’s Cafe & Tequila Bar, and after a delicious dinner that included cazeula, pulled pork, fresh tortilla chips and guacamole, we were happy they did.
Haiku Hibachi is almost ready to open in Muhlenberg Township. Hidden River Brewing Co. opens in the Historic Brinton Lodge. Mimmo’s re-opens after renovations. Also, several restaurants are on vacation this week. See which ones.
The arrival of P.J. Whelihan’s to Berks County last year was big news. Half a year later, Berks County Eats makes its first visit to the Philly area sports bar.
The Celtic Oyster Festival, Joanna Furnace breakfast buffet and the Antietam Street Fair are our top picks for this weekend.
Woogies BBQ readies Exeter location; Dragon 21 closes; Soggie Bottom Grill earns honors at BBQ Fest; Mimmo’s renovation continues; Red Plate Diner to start dinner service; and several restaurants are taking summer vacation.
The Cafe at Maple Springs gives you a lot of food for a low price, but after two trips to the Birdsboro restaurant, we were still left wanting more.
The first annual PA BBQ Fest is coming this Saturday to the Leesport Farmers Market.
The Bloomin’ Lotus Cafe and Deli is coming to West Reading; Scott’s Hot Spot reopens this weekend; Chef Alan’s is closed for renovations; Douglassville’s Flying Dog gets new owners.