Berks County is home to many classic drive-ins, and we’ve tried many of them here on Berks County Eats. We’ve tried burgers, fries, duck (yes, duck!) and of course, ice cream. Check out our reviews of these roadside eateries:

Kwik Shoppe Pulled Duck Sandwich

Kwik Shoppe Drive-In

Fast food duck is a thing, and you can find it at the Kwik-Shoppe Drive-In in Shoemakersville, right here in Berks County, PA. Not only does it exist, but it's pretty darn good, too.
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Scoupe DeVille

Scoupe DeVille

Berks County Eats visits Scoupe DeVille, a 1950s service station turned ice cream parlor for burgers, dogs, fries, and Leiby's ice cream.
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Our meal: Steak Sandwich, Chicken Steak Sandwich and Fries.

Intel’s Pennside Drive-In

Needing a place for a quick bite in eastern Berks County, we made our first visit to Intel's Pennside Drive-In, an old-school quick-service restaurant with a familiar retro vibe.
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Road Trip: Heisler's Cloverleaf Dairy

Road Trip: Heisler’s Cloverleaf Dairy

Berks County has no shortage of drive-in restaurants, but some days, you just want to go for a drive. That's why we made the trip north to Schuylkill County and Heisler's Cloverleaf Dairy.
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Boehringer's Drive-In

Boehringer’s Drive-In

For more than 70 years, Boehringer's in Adamstown has been packing people in to order burgers, fries, hamburger bbq and of course, their famous homemade ice cream.
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Schell's & Schell's Dairy Swirl

Schell’s & Schell’s Dairy Swirl

Not much has changed in the six decades since Schell's began selling hamburgers and hot dogs along 5th Street Highway in Temple. The prices have gone up a little (you can't get fries for 15 cents anymore), but the menu is largely the same: burgers, dogs, grilled cheese, fried chicken, fries, onion rings and hamburger bar-b-que.
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