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.
The new Park Road Cafe takes the space previously occupied by the Green Bean Cafe/Meat Up Delicatessen. Our first taste left a great impression.
A road trip not worth making: Berks County Eats headed north to Leiby’s Ice Cream House & Restaurant and we were very disappointed (at least there was ice cream at the end).
Berks County Eats visits Scoupe DeVille, a 1950s service station turned ice cream parlor for burgers, dogs, fries, and Leiby’s ice cream.
Berks County Eats starts a #PursueYourScoops journey on a visit to Way-Har Farms, one of two Berks County creameries on the Visit PA Ice Cream Trail.
Check out our first visit to the new Bel-Air Ice Cream, Hamburgers & More in Bechtelsville, where we try (what else?) their hamburgers and ice cream.
Now in its second year, Plum Creek Farm has found its niche serving homemade soft serve ice cream and a limited – but appealing – hot food menu.
Hawaii may have very little in common with Berks County, but you can find a little bit of the Aloha State at West Reading’s Hawaii Kitchen.
After becoming reacquainted with the restaurant at the Wilson Iron Chef competition, Berks County Eats pays a visit to Ganly’s Pub and Deli with mixed results.
DarrylZ Hometown Grille is one of Berks County’s newest restaurants, taking the former Back Forty Bar & Grille in a whole new direction as a value-priced diner and burger joint.