Despite Berks County’s proud German heritage, there are very few restaurants serving authentic German food. We head to the far northern reaches of Berks County for a taste of the Old World at the Stony Run Inn.
Carvel was one of the most highly recommended ice cream stops by Berks County Eats readers. I put my predispositions aside to see what the fuss is all about.
On a road trip to Hershey, we visit Au Bon Lieu, a French creperie that’s serving sweet and savory items along Chocolate Avenue.
While driving through neighboring Lebanon County, we decided to take a detour to one of its most well-known ice cream parlors, the Jigger Shop in Mt. Gretna.
Four months after visiting the original Old San Juan Cafe, we head to West Reading to the brand new El Morro Cafe for another taste of Puerto Rico.
Sweet Ride Ice Cream is known for taking cool treats on the road. This year, they opened up a permanent location in West Reading and everything so far is “sweet.”
On an overdue visit to the Bridge Inn in Pleasantville, we enjoy some of the restaurant’s more original dishes: the tequila fettuccine and The Bridge Chicken.
Lori’s Candy Station will always be special to me. I grew up on chocolates and ice cream, all homemade, just like mom is still making.
When Backwoods Brothers Authentic Texas Cuisine opened in January, it brought something completely new to Hamburg and Berks County. We visited recently to taste true Texas barbecue for ourselves.