This summer we are taking on Visit PA’s Pursue Your Scoop Ice Cream Trail Challenge, visiting cow-to-cone creameries across central PA. First stop: Patches Family Creamery in Lebanon County.
It may not be the cool place to go, but for more than 40 years, the Ranch House has been serving good food at (unbelievably) low prices in West Lawn.
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 look back at the best desserts we tried in 2018, including butterscotch lava cake, chocolate tart, strawberry short cake, fried ice cream and lemon berry cake.
Fast food duck is a thing, and you can find it at the Kwik-Shoppe Drive-In in Shoemakersville, right here in Berks County, PA. Not only does it exist, but it’s pretty darn good, too.
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.
The Oley Turnpike Dairy Diner is unique among Berks County restaurants, a throwback country diner that serves good food at unbelievable prices.
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.