Pottstown is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States about 40 miles (55 km) northwest of Philadelphia and 20 miles (32 km) southeast of Reading, on the Schuylkill River. Pottstown was laid out in 1752–53 and named Pottsgrove in honor of its founder, John Potts. The old name was abandoned at the time of the incorporation as a borough in 1815. In 1888, the limits of the borough were considerably extended. Pottstown is the center of a productive farming and dairying region.
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4.5 based on 198 reviews
Firstly, the food is great but don't expect the typical diner menu. The place is small and expect to wait during prime time. The service is great and fast. The have great specials but again not your ordinary eggs and such. Nothing crazy but recommend you check their menu on line before going so you know what to expect.
5 based on 49 reviews
La Maison is a tiny auberge serving fine French cuisine in the time honored tradition found in the countryside of rural France. La Maison is owned by Janet and Martin Gagné who operate their quaint little restaurant on the first floor of their 300 year old home located in the historic village of Coventryville, Chester County, in the bucolic countryside outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Being closely tied to the indisputable quality of the seasons, the menus change weekly and are available only by subscription which you can sign up for by visiting their web site. Thursday Supper features a four course meal at $50.00 per person. Friday and Saturday feature a seven course meal at $115.00 per person. Prices include sales tax, but gratuity is additional. Payment is in cash only - no checks or credit/debit cards accepted.
My wife received a recommendation for us to try this restaurant. She brought me here as a surprise.
We lived in Paris and love French food. While there, we made many friends who welcomed us into their homes. This gave us an experience that many others have not had.
When we arrived at La Maison and stepped inside, I felt transported back to France. The house is decorated very much like the homes of my friends in France.
We sat at a table for two. There are other tables that seat more people. The dining room was cozy and not very large. You must make reservations.
The owners came by personally to describe the menu and to speak with us throughout the evening. The food was authentic. It is a BYOB restaurant that only accepts cash.
I am thrilled to have another authentic French restaurant so close to home.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, & late night snacks seven days a week. A favorite place to eat since 1989, we offer Dine-In, Delivery, Take-Out, & On-Line ordering for pick up & delivery. Award-winning Cheesesteaks, Wings & Pizza. Join us for a hearty homemade breakfast & try our homemade donuts! We offer icy cold beer to enjoy with your meal or take-out.
Everyone who lives in the area knows that this is one of our best breakfast gems! Great service. Professional and personal attention to detail. Fantastic food. Fresh, abundant, and very tasty. Plenty of choices. Very popular so allow time to have to wait for seating.Thanks you, Angie, for taking the time to let other peeps know about us :)
5 based on 52 reviews
Vegan Mediterranean Resturant that serves variety of delicious wraps, burgers, dips , panini sandwiches and other tradishonal syrian dishes We serve organic coffee and big tea selection as well. Lunch and dinner
Imagine being invited into a friend's home for fresh, healthy, lovingly prepared food and conversation. That is iCreate! They also are so accommodating if you need a quick take out order. I recently needed a triple sized order of their amazing stuffed grape leaves (with the most delicious dipping sauce) and I needed to pick it up in less than an hour. They were ready and the hit of the party.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
We went for dinner on a Saturday evening and really enjoyed our time! We didn't realize it is BYOB. We will know for next time. The place was clean, food was very good, and service was attentive. You need reservations on Friday and Saturday nights. If you have a love and appreciation for Rescued Dogs, you'll appreciate the clean and very sweet decor. It is on the spendy side, but you won't be disappointed. We had gyro spring rolls with tzatziki sauce as an app. Entrees were butternut squash ravioli with a cream sauce which was yummy! My husband had fried oysters with garlic mashed potatoes and asparagus which he loved. For dessert we had key lime parfait and lemon blueberry parfait. Everything was excellent!! We would absolutely go there again, but more for a special occasion.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
you order at register food/drink. and then given a flag number so food delivered to correct table. so not true table service. there is bar seating which we prefer.
food is prepared to order service is great. can be very busy with events. outside seating. tour of brewery available.
5 based on 42 reviews
I have eaten at Grumpy's many times and decided to use them to cater a picnic in honor of my brother visiting. I ordered hot roast beef sandwiches and pork BBQ with potato salad and a pickle tray on the side for 35 people. He ended up giving me food for at least 40+! All the food was delicious and everyone wanted to know where it came from. The BBQ was a particular favorite with the crowd. They gave us enough food so that I was sending platters home with people and still froze some of the BBQ. I would use him again for a party.
4 based on 89 reviews
The food was delicious, the portions were ample, unfortunately the waitress was uninterested. Sorry to say that her lack of interest in taking our order and delivering it in a timely manner was the one thing that left a bad taste in our mouths. Overall the lunch selection was very good.
4 based on 118 reviews
I recently went to Loz Aztecas with a friend for dinner before we went to see a movie. The food was delicious, and the service was friendly and timely. It struck me that the servers called us amigos. I think any place that calls you friends and feeds you well should be celebrated. The food was very good an authentic. So, if you are familiar with a chain that has tex mex, please try something more traditional, hopefully you will come to love what anyone who's been to Los Aztecas already knows. Good food can be delicious, prepared quickly, come at a reasonable cost, and be served to you by friends. Enjoy, friends!
4.5 based on 43 reviews
We went for lunch, 3 of us, we ordered the gyro platters and vegetable platter, all were fresh, large and very good, nice atmosphere, friendly staff and very clean. The cook even thanked us for coming and we said we would be back. Food was very good, we also shared a baklava sundae, delicious! Definitely a keeper, they have all sorts of sandwiches and meals and platters, worth the trip.
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