Wyomissing is a borough in Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States, established on July 2, 1906. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,461, compared to 8,587 at the 2000 census. The population growth of the borough was largely due to its merger in January 2002 with neighboring Wyomissing Hills. Wyomissing is the most populous borough in Berks County. The borough is recognized as a Tree City USA and selected as a "Contender" for the best places to live in Pennsylvania by Money magazine.
Restaurants in Wyomissing
4.5 based on 136 reviews
We didn't realize when we planned our trip the blues festival was the same weekend. There was also an arts and crafts festival at the center. There were lots of different types of art from photography to glass sculptures to jewelry. The glass blowing and pottery demonstrations were great. You can tell they love what they do. We had a great time. I don't think it's a place for young kids but older kids may enjoy it.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Kick back in a luxurious recliner and watch the latest blockbuster movies on a massive screen while savoring a delicious meal and cocktail. It’s all possible at Fox Berkshire, located in beautiful Wyomissing, PA. Choose from a full menu of made-to-order American classics - appetizers, sandwiches, burgers, handmade pizza, chicken tenders and more. At Fox Kitchen & Bar, you can enjoy handcrafted meals and specialty cocktails from the comfort of our luxury loveseat recliners, now with convenient tray tables. Escape into the action with FTX: a large format 60'x30' screen with immersive audio and 4K projection. Advanced reserved seating is available (and recommended)!
My first experience with leather recliners in the movie theater! A really great experience. Felt like I was in my living room!
5 based on 4 reviews
It's A Gift is a non profit gift shop run by the Woman's Exchange of Reading and staffed by volunteers. This attractive shop is loaded with quality and unique items. Some of the many include jewelry, home décor, clothing and a wonderful children's department full of clothes and toys. They have bridal and baby registry's and much more. Worth a stop.
4.5 based on 449 reviews
Great local experience in 50 year old AA minor league field. Many activies, food, pool and fire works at the end of Friday night games. An inexpensive family treat.
If you are looking for a fun night with the entire family, look no further! The evening starts with ostriches out front, band playing pregame and the fun never ends. Mascots, between inning fun and constant entertainment. Oh by the way, a baseball game is being played! The best part of the night, however, is the awesome and plentiful assortment of food. You MUST try the French fries! Actually there isn't a bad snack to have. If you are lucky, you'll hit a fireworks evening to finish the day. This is no doubt, the best minor league park in the country. Don't miss this on your visit!
4 based on 44 reviews
Whether you are looking for it or not. Plus, if nothing else, it is a nice place to walk around when the weather outside is not inviting. I always like to browse the quaint little shops spread throughout the mall.
4 based on 34 reviews
Your premier source for new comics and related collectibles. Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Image and dozens of hard to find small-press comics.
I enjoy going into this comic shop, friendly staff I am always greeted by the shop dog!( a plus for visiting). the Staff is helpful in every way. I enjoy the selection of games that are offered at the store. a big selling point for me as I am a female new to the comic book world, there is no "looking down on you" if you ask about comics or geeky stuff. I would recommend this store to anyone. Stop In and say Hello to the staff!
3.5 based on 183 reviews
We were told by several employees when asked that phase 1 of the new Knitting Mills development will be completed in March when VF officially moves across the parking lot to the Designers showcase building. In town for the Fire & Ice Festival we stopped in and found both the red and blue buildings still open with heavy discounts, some up to 80%. Due to post Christmas and in anticipation of the move in the coming weeks, inventory was a little low, but bargains were everywhere. With the move, headquarter renovations in the blue building and the other phases of the complex will kick in so in a couple of years the new shops and restaurants should make it a shopping destination once again.
4.5 based on 209 reviews
Art, history, science, and culture all under one roof in Reading, Pa.
Visited the RPM this afternoon to see the Pop Art: Selections from the Weisman Collection exhibition. It was a fantastic display of contemporary works in a wide variety of art media. Definitely something for everyone. The staff were friendly, helpful and accommodating. Beautiful museum grounds....MoreSo glad you were able to see the exhibition! It is a great selection of works and RPM is proud to be able to host! Hope you will make it back again soon!
4 based on 30 reviews
Went with the wife to see Rick Estrin at this bar/lounge/ restaurant last Saturday and could not have been more pleased. The food was great and the venue was just right for the show. Let me give a shout out to the bartender, I think his name was Andy, for the name of that Vermouth; it is the real deal. If the joint was 60 miles closer there would be a booth with my name on it. If you are around wonderful,wonderful Wyomissing stop by and see for yourself.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Farm fresh produce. Bakery fresh treats! Straight from the butcher meats! Coffee snacks, wine and more all under one roof! It is a must do every time we are in Berks County. Looks the same since i was a kid 40 years ago!
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