Updated: December 3, 2022

Reading and Berks County’s dining scene continues to grow and we are looking forward to trying all of the new restaurants set to open in the coming weeks and months. Here are the restaurants we know are coming soon to Berks County:

Antonio’s Trattoria
Boyertown
Projected Opening: Early 2023

The former owners of nearby Giovanni’s Pizzeria are bringing a new concept to the Boyertown area when they open Antonio’s Trattoria at the 1636 W. Philadelphia Avenue. The location was most recently Woods Pub & Grill. No opening date has been announced, but renovations are ongoing.

Craft 2700 at Freymoyer’s
Muhlenberg Township
Projected Opening: Early 2023

The former Freymoyer’s Hotel in Muhlenberg Township will soon have new life when Craft 2700 at Freymoyer’s opens. The new restaurant will specialize in craft beer and sprits along with sandwiches and entrees. The latest from the restaurant owner is that issues regarding the liquor license have been the cause of delays as otherwise the restaurant is ready to open after passing its opening inspection on November 28.

Henry P. Robeson House
Robesonia
Projected Opening: Early 2023

It’s still in the early stages, but the owners of the Henry P. Robeson house are hoping to open their new venture in Robesonia this fall. The new bar and restaurant will take over the former Roby House along Penn Avenue. In a Facebook post dated August 22, the owners announced that they have taken settlement of the building and that renovations were underway. Construction is ongoing and will carry into the new year.

A yellow sign that reads "honeygrow coming soon" above a glass door to a new restaurant location

HoneyGrow
Wyomissing
Projected Opening: Unknown

Broadcasting Square in Wyomissing is set to get another dining option with the recent announcement that Honeygrow is moving in to the former M&T Bank property, with demolition and construction ongoing. Honeygrow is a Philadelphia-based fast-casual restaurant chain featuring stir fry meals and honey-topped dessert cups.

Logo for Lio Colon's Food Bus painted on the side of a yellow school bus

Lio Colon’s Food Bus
TBA
Projected Opening: Early 2023

Lio Colon’s Food Bus, a retired school bus turned food truck which began making stops in Berks County and beyond in 2022, is getting a brick-and-and mortar location. The announcement was made in December. No official location has been announced, but the photo accompanying the news indicates it will be the former Pulse Cafe in Bernville (which moved to a new location in Reading in the fall). No official opening date has been announced.

Noodl
West Reading
Projected Opening: Late 2022/Early 2023

Noodl, a new ramen restaurant will be arriving in West Reading sometime in 2022. The restaurant will open in a brand new building that was erected adjacent to Farmhouse Kitchen. The restaurant is the latest project from restaurateurs Adam Cocuzza and Jeremy Nolen (Say Cheese, Nitro Bar). The latest from the restaurant owners is that they are hoping to open the doors before the end of the year.

Restaurant 400
Wyomissing
Projected Opening: Unknown

A new restaurant may be coming to the former Friendly’s on Park Road in Wyomissing. Two new businesses, 400 N Park Road LLC and Restaurant 400, have been registered to the same address as the Zeppos Restaurant Group, owners of the Hitching Post and Willoughby’s on Park across the street. While there has been no official announcement about plans for this location, renovations are ongoing to the interior and exterior.

Riedenau House
Oley
Projected Opening: Early 2023

The former Oley Valley Inn is set to get new life with the arrival of the Riedenau House this spring. The location along Main Street in Oley will be operated by Chef Dale Reitenauer who is planning to open the restaurant as 100% farm-to-table using PA Preferred products. The opening was originally expected in the summer but has been delayed. Chef Reitenauer will host a pop-up dinner this December as he continues to prepare the restaurant for opening.

Saoko Bar & Lounge
Stouchsburg
Projected Opening: Unknown

A new bar is opening along Route 422 in western Berks County. Saoko Bar & Lounge passed its opening food inspection in late November and will soon be opening at 4045 Conrad Weiser Parkway. The location is attached to a highway motel and has been home to several bars over the years.

Tosco Pizza
West Lawn
Projected Opening: Unknown

Tosco is set to open a second Berks County location for the family of Italian restaurants. A sign recently was posted outside the former Tavern on Penn in West Lawn. The restaurant has two other locations along the Route 422 corridor – one between Robesonia and Wernersville and the other in Myerstown. No opening information is available at this time.

Sign reading "The Block Wyomissing Square - Coming Soon: Vintner's Table & Sola Salons)

Vintner’s Table
Wyomissing
Projected Opening: Spring 2023

Folino Estate announced in April that it will be opening Vintner’s Table, a wine and tapas bar in Wyomissing. This will be the second location for the concept – the first has been serving Phoenixville since 2019. The new Wyomissing location will occupy space at 100 Park at Wyomissing Square, the same complex that formerly housed ViVA and later Brickstone’s. The entire first floor of the building is being reimagined with construction ongoing and expected well into 2023.

Know of another restaurant coming soon? Email Zach at berkscountyeats@gmail.com