Updated: June 24, 2022

The dining scene in Reading and Berks County continues to grow with new restaurants opening up all the time. Here’s a look at the new restaurants everyone is talking about.

June 2022

Sweets and Eats Cafe
Kenhorst

The latest addition to the Kenhorst Plaza Shopping Center at the intersection of Routes 625 and 724 is Sweets and Eats Cafe. The new spot opened on June 22. According to the restaurant’s Facebook page, Sweets and Eats is open daily from 10-8 and offers hot and cold sandwiches and wraps.

Anita’s Biscotti Bakery & Cafe
Sinking Spring

Anita’s Biscotti, a home-based bakery for the last decade, has added an on-site cafe with covered outdoor seating. The new cafe officially opened on June 18. A sister cafe, Anita’s on Walnut, was open in the City of Lancaster until forced to close two years at the start of the COVID pandemic. The new cafe will serve not only Anita’s signature biscotti but a range of other baked goods, coffee and espresso.

May 2022

10 West Pizzeria
Wernersville

The second eatery to open in Wernersville in as many months, 10 West Pizzeria takes over the former A&M Pizza location on Penn Avenue. The restaurant celebrated its grand opening on May 16. 10 West’s Menu includes pizza, cheese steaks, Stromboli, and wings.

April 2022

True’s Cuppa Love
Wernersville

A new tenant has taken over the former Penn Werner Hotel in Wernersville. True’s Cuppa Love Portalatin Coffee House opened in the space in late April.

Vida Cafe
Leesport

Leesport’s newest restaurant is Vida Cafe, a Mexican restaurant specializing in brunch and tacos. The cafe opened in mid-April in the location that most recently was JR’s Subs & Grubs and before that, the second location of Dino’s Wings & Things.

Ezekiel 47
West Reading

A new cafe has opened its doors in West Reading. Ezekiel 47 opened its doors on April 16. The cafe is located just off Penn Avenue at 10 S. Fifth Avenue. The cafe offers a limited food menu to complement its “specialty coffee and exotic Turkish loose-leaf teas.”

Oola Bowls
Muhlenberg

The newest stand at the Fairgrounds Farmers, Oola Bowls, opened in early April. Oola Bowls specializes in acai bowls and smoothies. This is the sixth location for the Lancaster-based eatery which also operates at Lancaster Central Market and the Market at Wilbur (Lititz) along with two stands at Hersheypark and a stand-alone store along Lancaster’s Fruitville Pike.

Know about another restaurant that just opened? Email Zach at berkscountyeats@gmail.com