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.
It’s Stromboli. It’s pizza. It’s Stromboli pizza. And the only place you can get it is at Sal’s Pizza Style in Birdsboro.
Berks County Eats visits Scoupe DeVille, a 1950s service station turned ice cream parlor for burgers, dogs, fries, and Leiby’s ice cream.
A visit to the Stonersville Hotel, just five miles north of Birdsboro, for shepherd’s pie, crab and shrimp creamy pesto, and peach and ginger gazpacho.
In December, Fork and Ale opened after a two-year renovation of the former Tim’s Ugly Mug in Douglassville. The result is more than just another bar, it’s a true gastropub with craft food and drink.
The Cafe at Maple Springs gives you a lot of food for a low price, but after two trips to the Birdsboro restaurant, we were still left wanting more.
The Hay Creek Snack Shack is little more than a shack on 1st St in Birdsboro, but for such a small place, it packs a big menu with plenty of great choices.