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.
Less is more when it comes to restaurants. Berks County Eats took a road trip to Doylestown to Empanada Mama, where they are doing one thing, and doing it very well.
Gourmand bills itself as “artisan street food,” and it lives up to that name with innovative and delicious dishes you will only find on this restaurant on wheels.
Now in its 11th season, CeGee’s Drive-In in Blandon serves up fast food favorites and delicious ice cream creations during the spring and summer months.
For more than 70 years, Boehringer’s in Adamstown has been packing people in to order burgers, fries, hamburger bbq and of course, their famous homemade ice cream.
Berks County Eats stops beneath the Golden Arches in Wyomissing for Chicken McNuggets, fries and a Shamrock Shake at McDonald’s.
Happy April Fool’s Day.