From cheesesteaks and Italian hoagies to burgers and hot dogs, Berks County’s sandwich shops are serving up classics done right. Here’s a look at the sandwich shops that we’ve tasted on Berks County Eats:

a plate with a cheesesteak topped with red sauce and a side of fries from Redvo Restaurant

Review: Redvo Restaurant

Looking for a great cheesesteak? Check out the new Redvo Restaurant in Oley - we did, and it didn't disappoint.
Hand holding a wrap, cut in half, filled with broccoli and rice

Review: Betty’s Wraps

Betty's is a go-to spot in Kutztown for a meal on the lighter side, featuring wraps, salads, soups and smoothies
A photo of a calzone and French fries on a dark blue plate.

Review: Piero’s Pizzeria

Our first visit to Pieror's Pizzeria, where we tried a calzone, tuna sandwich, pizza, fries and ham puffs.
Screpesi's Ham on Roll

Screpesi’s Sandwich Shop

Berks County Eats visits an old-school Berks County sandwich shop - Screpesi's - for the "best in Berks ham on roll" and a Berks-style steak sandwich.
sign on a building that reads Steak Shack

The Steak Shack – CLOSED

The Steak Shack is in its fourth location in less than 10 years. Could sharing a space in a gas station be the answer?
steak sandwich cut in half on a white plate

Review: Matt’s Steaks

Quick, convenient and reasonably priced: three great qualities of Matt's Steaks in Spring Township. Awesome steak sandwiches don't hurt either.
open flag hands from a brick building with a sign that reads "Mad Dogs

Mad Dogs Kutztown – CLOSED

Berks County Eats visits 100 N. Constitution Boulevard in Kutztown for the third time to try a third restaurant - this time, it's Mad Dogs, a hot dog joint that opened in early 2016.
Review: Monte Lauro European Gourmet

Review: Monte Lauro European Gourmet

Our tour of the Fairgrounds Farmers Market continues with a visit to Monte Lauro European Gourmet for homemade meatballs and an Italian style chicken cutlet sandwich.
sign that reads V&S Sandwiches

Review: V&S Sandwiches

"u no u luv it. lol :-)" That's the tagline pasted on the homemade posters throughout V&S Sandwiches on Lancaster