This summer we are taking on Visit PA’s Pursue Your Scoop Ice Cream Trail Challenge, visiting cow-to-cone creameries across central PA. First stop: Patches Family Creamery in Lebanon County.
It may not be the cool place to go, but for more than 40 years, the Ranch House has been serving good food at (unbelievably) low prices in West Lawn.
Summer feels like it has arrived early in Pennsylvania. With sunny skies and temperatures in the 80s, it feels like the right time for summer foods and cool treats. One place that offers a little of both is Just Mom’s Ice Cream, Deli and Grille.
I will admit that before last week, the Heritage Restaurant in Morgantown was not high on my list of places to visit. I’ve passed the Heritage Restaurant many times and have never felt the urge to stop. It doesn’t look like much from the outside, a relic from the times when I-176 and the Turnpike…
Mecca Caribbean and Soul Food is one of West Reading’s newer restaurants, and offers warming tables full of Latin American and southern specialties.
Berks County Eats takes a short road trip to Lancaster County for a pre-Valentine’s Day dinner at The Belvedere Inn, one of the 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in the country according to the users of OpenTable.
Roman-style pizza arrives in Berks County with the opening of Tony’s al Taglio in West Reading. We tried eight varieties, along with rollatini and tiramisu on our first visit to the new pizza place in town.
It took some nudging on social media, but we made a return visit to Fork & Ale in Douglassville. And it was even better the second time.
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.
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).