Summer feels like it has arrived early in Pennsylvania. With sunny skies and temperatures in the 80s, it feels like the right time for summer foods and cool treats. One place that offers a little of both is Just Mom’s Ice Cream, Deli and Grille.
A road trip not worth making: Berks County Eats headed north to Leiby’s Ice Cream House & Restaurant and we were very disappointed (at least there was ice cream at the end).
Berks County Eats visits Scoupe DeVille, a 1950s service station turned ice cream parlor for burgers, dogs, fries, and Leiby’s ice cream.
Berks County Eats starts a #PursueYourScoops journey on a visit to Way-Har Farms, one of two Berks County creameries on the Visit PA Ice Cream Trail.
Check out our first visit to the new Bel-Air Ice Cream, Hamburgers & More in Bechtelsville, where we try (what else?) their hamburgers and ice cream.
Now in its second year, Plum Creek Farm has found its niche serving homemade soft serve ice cream and a limited – but appealing – hot food menu.
When Julie and I visited Pretzel Revolution and Creamery in March, we were there for the stuffed pretzels. This time we only had one thing on our minds: ice cream.
Longacre’s Modern Dairy in Barto is a 40-minute drive from Berks County Eats’ home base in Wyomissing. But it was well-worth the drive, and the short wait, for a taste of their homemade ice cream.
Carvel was one of the most highly recommended ice cream stops by Berks County Eats readers. I put my predispositions aside to see what the fuss is all about.
While driving through neighboring Lebanon County, we decided to take a detour to one of its most well-known ice cream parlors, the Jigger Shop in Mt. Gretna.