Berks County has no shortage of drive-in restaurants, but some days, you just want to go for a drive. That’s why we made the trip north to Schuylkill County and Heisler’s Cloverleaf Dairy.
On our latest visit to the Fairgrounds Farmers Market, we pay a visit to Scott’s Hot Spot, now under new ownership.
Our tour of the Fairgrounds Farmers Market continues with a visit to Monte Lauro European Gourmet for homemade meatballs and an Italian style chicken cutlet sandwich.
The newest stand at the Fairgrounds Farmers Market – 1 Potato Two – brings a brand new concept to Berks County. It’s called the spudwich. And everyone should try it.
During a visit to the Reading Hospital Garden Party, Berks County Eats pays a visit to the WOW Wagon for lobster rolls and a taste of the truly unique Pig Dippers.
When it opened in 2014, Potts’ U in Kutztown became the first Berks County location for the family-owned hot dog business. The dogs are what they are famous for, but Potts’ U has added some unique menu items to help it carve out its own legacy.
A quick lunch and an authentic taste of South Philly: that’s the draw of Lavigna & Son’s in Sinking Spring.