One year ago, A&M Pizza returned to Wernersville. We think they never should have left, but we’re glad they’re back and still going strong.
HillBilly BBQ was one of Berks County’s first roadside barbecue trailers and one of the longest-lasting. How have they lasted so long? One taste, and you’ll understand.
At the intersection of Routes 222 and 61 is one of Berks County’s busiest diners. We stopped at Crossroads for a breakfast both traditional and unique (LA cinnamon roll French toast, anyone?).
Quick, convenient and reasonably priced: three great qualities of Matt’s Steaks in Spring Township. Awesome steak sandwiches don’t hurt either.
This week we visit one of the newest places in Berks County, Nacho Average Empanada at the Boscov’s Fairgrounds Farmers Market, where we try their build-your-own nachos and taco salad.
Berks County Eats makes a road trip to Schaefferstown, Lebanon County, and the Franklin House Tavern, for a finer dining experience with one of the best chicken dishes we have ever tasted.
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.