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?).
Julie and I use the Labor Day holiday as an excuse to dine out for breakfast. So we stopped in at Brooks Cafe for banana nut pancakes and Hawaiian bread French toast.
A little more than a year after it opened, the Leesport Diner still looks as good as new and continues to draw a crowd. We visited for our first taste to see what keeps bringing the customers back.
A breakfast at CD’s Place has been a long time coming. Finally, I found a Saturday where they were open, and we were available for a taste of their jerk chicken omelet and corn andouille hash.
The newly renamed Wyomissing Restaurant and Bakery has goals of becoming “Shady Maple north east.” We visited for their Sunday brunch buffet to see how close they are.
Berks County Eats makes a breakfast trip to the Americana Diner along Route 100 outside of Bechtelsville for a gyro skillet and pineapple pancakes.
The 5th Street Diner is your quintessential diner: good food, fast service and reasonable prices. We paid a visit on a recent evening to try some of their dinner specialties.