Morgantown is a census-designated place in Caernarvon Township in extreme southern Berks County, Pennsylvania, as well as partially in Caernarvon Township in Lancaster County. As of the 2010 census, the population was 826 residents.
Things to do in Morgantown
4.5 based on 38 reviews
I work in Morgantown and my employer orders sandwiches from Nuse's when we have a month of "good quality" product. Everything they make here is outstanding. Hoagies, clubs and sandwiches are overflowing with meat. Chicken tenders are so tender and juicy.Recently I purchased hoagies from a local place near my home in the Mt. Penn area and thought, "Gee where's all the meat?" I realized I was just spoiled from the quality of Nuse's. Reasonably priced for the quality and quantity. If you are in the area stop in. You won't be disappointed!
5 based on 14 reviews
Whether stopping in to grab a coffee or eating breakfast, lunch alone or with friends this is the perfect local place. Friendly service. The owner, Dave, makes it his business to be personally connected to his customers. Breakfast and lunch options are amazing. My personal favorite is the eggs and avocado on ciabatta. Their chocolate chip cookies are the absolute best! We are so fortunate to have this local gem!
5 based on 12 reviews
O.k., if you don't care: there is just ONE ice with natural ingrediences (we asked that). However, its a creative mixture (or combination) of custard and ice. We come around a lot through the states, but never had such a taste experience.
So, stop by and try.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Good add to the Elverson/Morgantown area. Overall good food and service.
How about bringing back the original burger buns that were used from the start?!
Much better than the burgers buns recently switched to....new ones 'Ok' at best.
Only word of caution...watch your prices BB&B! A bit pricey, esp for this demographic.
Esp if no added-value in light of price increases. Yes, we consumers know all about commodity cost increases. :-)
How about running some specials once in a while?
Will be back though.
p.s. - advice from a corporate pricing professional.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
This is an order-at-the-counter-scramble-for-a-table type eatery. It was a very busy Saturday lunch and seemed to a very popular place. The food was OK, just basic offerings with an emphasis on cheese. There must be at least ten variations of grilled cheese. I had the roast beef and cheddar. Good, no frills, not even a pickle or chips. My wife had their last quiche which came in a small aluminum pie plate and was ok tasting.
This place is good for families and I imagine the ice cream and deserts were good. There is a nice looking cheese and gift shop but we did not have time to shop around as we were traveling through.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Stampede Barbecue was founded in 2012 by Timothy Detwiler and son Ryan Detwiler. We do subliminally slow smoked meats and fresh sides.
The meats are smoked and you cannot go wrong with any of the delicious sandwich choices. There are quite a few picnic benches for customers, no indoor seating so be prepared for outdoor dining. Great little place out of the way but worth the drive.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Cafe serving delicious coffee from Philadelphia area roasters and seasonal menu sourced from local farms.
When we first visited the coffee shop, we were not expecting to be blown away with local flavors, great coffee, and amazing service. The food is pricier, but it is all local and fresh. We don't eat here often, but we do enjoy the times we drop by for breakfast. I have not had lunch, though the menu looks like it has a bunch of great options.
The coffee has always been done perfectly, both the daily brew and the specialty drinks. I stop by a few times a month for a cappuccino.
Dave the owner has a done a great job at getting this place into a great local spot and all of the workers are friendly and helpful. stop by if you have a chance!
4 based on 163 reviews
Sustainable farm with excellent cafe and market.
The atmosphere is amazing and beautiful. The food needs a lot of work!! Couldnt chew the chicken (left on my plate)beans very hard, lackluster, tasteless....two exceptions were the gazpacho, their version of fettucini alfredo, and a corn icecream. The beef, 3 slices of(sirloin) had no taste. The liver pate served on a rock hard toast. Most dishes very underflavored. The portions were all quite small. All the food was attractive and fresh. The server did not know what kind of bread we were served, saying the pastry chef said it was pastry flour! I might try the brunch. The meal cost was very high.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
We have been occasional patrons for more than 20 years. We support Antonio's as a locally owned business with roots in the community who truly appreciate their customers. You will find very good and consistent quality food selected from a fairly typical menu. The service is also commendable and staff pleasant. I really appreciate the difference compared to a faceless chain restaurant. Antonio's is quite popular for take out but they do have a nice dine in area as well.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
We are frequent visitors at this casual byob Italian restaurant. The food has always been consistently very good with fresh ingredients. Nice handpainted murals on walls and the owner, Giovanni, adds a nice touch with his Italuan accent and interaction with customers. Good desserts.
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