Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Pottstown. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. 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 based on 49 reviews
We visit this establishment a couple times a week for dinner because of their salad bar. It is always well stocked with fresh vegetables and a great assortment of them. Itâs very clean and well maintained. No matter which waitress we have, theyâre always very friendly. What we like most, aside from the food, is how we are recognized and made to feel very welcome there.
4 based on 37 reviews
Stopped by on Sunday morning. Just passing through, but as always checked TripAdvisor for breakfast. Love this app! Never fails all over the USA!Excellent breakfast. Creamed chipped beef is great! Portions fair, and lots of specials. Tiny diner; friendly and lots of local conversations. Worth a shot!
4 based on 43 reviews
We had dinner here on a Thursday evening. It was the waitress' first night! She did a great job with our demanding group of 9. The restaurant has fine dining food with a casual atmosphere. The food was excellent. We started with their charcuterie plate and their bruschetta. Both delicious! The charcuterie had a variety of cheeses and meats and other yummy items and was of a generous size. I ordered the black sea bass and it was outstanding! My husband had the short ribs, which were also very delicious. Everyone enjoyed everything they had - the Caesar salad had a very different dressing, which was terrific. I also had the escargots as a starter - excellent! The desserts that night were a strawberry bread pudding and a berry cobbler. Both devine!!! WE all ate WAAAY too much! Our thanks to the proprietor and our great waitress! When you go, be advised that it is cash only AND it is BYOB (a big plus for us!!)
4 based on 42 reviews
It's been something like 2 years since my wife and I stopped into this chain. The last time, we weren't impressed...it was okay, but, nothing to write home about....well, let me tell you, that has changed...the menu is large and there's something on there for every beef eater. And, it is GOOD! First of all, our server, Jordan was a joy....she knew the menu, listened to our likes, and dislikes, and steered us both in the right direction. My wife had the shrimp and lobster chowder...I know, it's a steakhouse, but don't knock it unless you've tried it it was fabulous with huge chunks of lobster and shrimp, and tasted amazing. I had the bean less Texas Chili, and the first spoon full had my nose running....by the end of the cup, my sinuses were cleared out, and it was deliciouso. Both of us had the BBQ Bacon, Cheddar Burger. We ordered it "medium", and, that's exactly how it came to our table....and the flavor totally blew us both away....probably the best burger I've every had.....ANYWHERE! We were both totally stunned. The French Fries were perfect...and, totally flavorful.My wife also had the Mac & Cheese side, and she said it was very good. Next time you're on the road South of 422, give them a try. There's plenty of parking, the restaurant is clean, and so are the rest rooms.
4 based on 75 reviews
I came here with my boyfriend and it wasnât spectacular, but it wasnât bad. Our waitress seemed like she hated her life, but it was super busy... I got eggs, but my toast was burnt. I wasnât displeased, my food was fine. Just seemed like you werenât given a lot of attention or conversation whatsoever.
4 based on 103 reviews
Went to Giovanni's for a 50th birthday celebration. I had been there for pizza before, but never dinner. I ordered the seafood cannelloni. It was quite good. The seafood sauce they put over the past was delicious. For me the drawback was that all I could taste was the sauce. The cannelloni got lost in the gravy. I would have preferred much less of the sauce so I could taste both the gravy and the cannelloni. The salad that came with the meal was the best side salad I have had in a while. Giovanni's is definitely worth checking out.
4 based on 97 reviews
My nephew-in-law brought us here for an afternoon of drinks and apps. They sure are in an isolated location, as it felt we were in the middle of a forest with greenery and trees everywhere. ATMOSPHERE:Regardless of the raging heatwave, we sat outside under an umbrella-covered table. Some utilized picnic tables and blankets under trees. Communal picnic tables were available on the covered lanai, or indoors in cool a/c. Frisbee golf was available but no one was playing. MENU:Daily combo specials, bar-style apps, pizza, wings, sandwiches, salads. BEVERAGE:SRT Ale - $3.50Man, the last time I paid this little for beer was ages ago!? I donât think it was happy hour either. This brew was slightly hoppy with just a slight bitterness. Helles Golden Lager - $3.50Smooth as a babyâs behind! A bit like Maui Brewing Companyâs Bikini Blonde but minus the nuttiness. FOOD:Brick Oven Wings - $12.50, 10 pc. We ordered the Honey Sriracha which was too hot for me, about an 8 on a 10-heat scale), and plain (no sauce, with side of ranch) which I loved. Their wings are baked, not fried, and still had a nice crunch to the skins. Italian Grinder Pizza - $11.00This chewy thin crust, homemade pie included salami, pepperoni, ham, lettuce, tomato, oregano, and onions (which we axed). The tomatoes and lettuce were sprinkled on after the pizza was baked which kept them fresh and juicy. SERVICE:Order inside, open a tab, carry your drink out, and your food is delivered to you via a table number sign. No wait staff is available, only bussers. Counter staff were friendly and moved the line quickly. TIP:They also sell their beers to-go in their infamous wide-mouth can where the entire top comes off. OVERALL:Affordable craft beer, good food. A five star rating could be had if table service were available.
4 based on 118 reviews
How did we not discover this restaurant sooner? Tucked into downtown Pottstown this restaurant was a find.From appetizers to entrees everything was spectacular. The crab cakes were excellent and the seafood mac and cheese was superb. We will definitely return! Service was spectacular. PS ...BYOB too.
4 based on 172 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 h
The food and service here is excellent. The staff is friendly, the breakfast is the best. The fresh squeezed orange juice is over the top. Also try the homemade doughnuts!! BTW Anthony is a wonderful waiter!Raymond, thank you so much for taking a few minutes to leave your comments. I'm so glad that you enjoyed your breakfast! I will pass your kind words on to Anthony.Thanks again!
4 based on 240 reviews
My friend took me there for my birthday a couple weeks ago and we both really enjoyed it! Most of the food is from local people, from the eggs, produce, and the meat. I had the turkey and fried bologna club sandwich and it was really good. My friend really enjoyed her veggie omelet which came with their own home made grilled zucchini bread. Would definitely recommend it!
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