We visit one of Berks County’s newest breweries, Hamburg’s 1787 Brewing Company, not for the beer but for the food: including the honey ham flatbread and vegan black bean burger.
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.
Berks County Eats visits an old-school Berks County sandwich shop – Screpesi’s – for the “best in Berks ham on roll” and a Berks-style steak sandwich.
Opened in the fall of 2018, the Angry Anvil fits seamlessly into the Birdsboro community with a blue-collar menu that is taken to the next level.
Roman-style pizza arrives in Berks County with the opening of Tony’s al Taglio in West Reading. We tried eight varieties, along with rollatini and tiramisu on our first visit to the new pizza place in town.
Anchoring the newly opened Morgantown Farmers Marketplace, Signatures by Angell Cafe serves up southern comfort and soul food on the border of Lancaster and Berks Counties.
Berks County Eats visits the Liberty Ale House for three of our favorite bar foods: burgers, wings and tacos.
In 2019, Berks County Eats is celebrating its five-year anniversary, and we’re starting off by a visit to Alebrije’s Wyomissing location – five years after we reviewed the local chain’s Exeter Township restaurant.
As we bid farewell to 2018, we take one last moment to look back on the Berks County restaurants we lost last year.
Looking back one more time on our 2018 favorites, we revisit our five favorite entrees we tried, including duck (pulled and roasted), Moroccan chicken, Stromboli pizza and a barbecue “taco.”