Fleetwood Grille and Simmeria Cafe sold; Popeye’s Chicken planned for Muhlenberg Township; and local farm running Barnraiser campaign.
On a short road trip to Adamstown, we stop for dinner at Zia Maria Eatery & Pub, for a hearty pasta meal.
Old San Juan’s second location to be called El Morro; Wing Fling confirms first 10 restaurants; Wanamakers General Store finishes renovations; Greshville Inn, Panevino win in chili, soup competitions
There is great food to be found throughout the Fairgrounds Farmers Market. Among the fresh produce, meat and poultry stands is William’s Family Restaurant, a true diner where we found a great breakfast.
The Liberty Alehouse is coming to Lancaster Avenue; Sweet Ride Ice Cream is ready for opening day; Ulrich’s Sandwich Shop is set to close May 2; Fleetwood Grille and Simmeria are closed for remodeling; and Jambalaya J’s has reopened after last week’s fire.
Jason Hook wins Wilson Iron Chef; Crave Cafe opening new ice cream stand; Buffalo Wild Wings liquor license application on display; fire at Jambalaya J’s closes Fairgrounds Market for a day; and Rumba Martini Lounge is evicted by property owner
Let’s Taco Bout It is one of West Reading’s newest restaurants, and it may also be one of the best, with homemade tacos, guacamole and more.
The Township of Spring is looking for food vendors for its May 1 Savory Fusion Winefest.
The village of Limekiln is one of the smallest in Berks County. There’s a post office, a church and Andy Pepper’s, one of the best breakfast and lunch spots in Berks County.
Brazilian steakhouse with Pennsylvania Dutch flair coming to Berks County.