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.
Opened in the fall of 2018, the Angry Anvil fits seamlessly into the Birdsboro community with a blue-collar menu that is taken to the next level.
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.
Anchoring the newly opened Morgantown Farmers Marketplace, Signatures by Angell Cafe serves up southern comfort and soul food on the border of Lancaster and Berks Counties.
Berks County Eats visits the Liberty Ale House for three of our favorite bar foods: burgers, wings and tacos.
In 2019, Berks County Eats is celebrating its five-year anniversary, and we’re starting off by a visit to Alebrije’s Wyomissing location – five years after we reviewed the local chain’s Exeter Township restaurant.
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.
It’s Stromboli. It’s pizza. It’s Stromboli pizza. And the only place you can get it is at Sal’s Pizza Style in Birdsboro.
We made a return visit to Salute Ristorante Italiano, via Dante’s 900. It was an evening of highs (potato ravioli with duck ragu) and lows at a restaurant we loved on our last visit three years ago.