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.
Brickstone’s Mighty Fine Food & Spirits, the latest restaurant from the owners of Austin’s and Coastal Grille, is another hit, reinvigorating a location that had been on the decline.
Berks County Eats makes a road trip to Schaefferstown, Lebanon County, and the Franklin House Tavern, for a finer dining experience with one of the best chicken dishes we have ever tasted.
A birthday celebration calls for a special night out, and there are not many nights out in Berks County that are as memorable as a meal at Savory Grille.
Three years ago, Berks County Eats visited Willougbhy’s Bar & Grill. We returned to the restaurant, now Willoughby’s on Park, to experience the high-end steakhouse that it has become.
It’s not often that I have dinner with international travel writers. Through my day job, I had a unique opportunity to enjoy dinner at the recently opened Gatsby’s at the Sunnybrook Ballroom. There I joined Dan, a co-worker of mine, and Isabel, an award-winning travel writer from Ireland. Of course I had to blog about…
Since first visiting in 2014, we have enjoyed many meals at Emily’s so we had high expectations on our first trip to its sister restaurant, the Yellow House Hotel. After an excellent meal, it’s safe to say it lived up to expectations.
Dans at Green Hills is one of only a handful of Berks County establishments that can truly be called fine dining. We visited for a memorable three-course meal that reaffirmed their status as one of the area’s best restaurants.
Berks County Eats heads to the far reaches of the county (Hereford Township to be exact) for a farm-to-table fine dining experience at Heirloom.
(Editor’s Note: The Stouch Tavern has changed owners since this blog. The menu remains similar with a mix of Pennsylvania Dutch meals and steakhouse favorites, including their daily lunch buffet). The business section of the Sunday Reading Eagle is not normally a place to look for inspiration – I spend less time looking through section…