Weaver Eye Care Associates is a new optometry practice established by Dr. Brendon J. Weaver in Bernville, PA. Dr. Weaver offers complete eye care services for children and adults, including medical, vision and emergency eye exams, including the fitting of spherical, astigmatism and bifocal contact lenses.
Originally founded in 1860, some of Broad Street Market's first customers were the 300,000 Union soldiers who passed through nearby Camp Curtain during the Civil War. Today, the long-established market—recognized on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974—caters to a more local crowd with 25 different vendors whose wares take up three city blocks. Visitors can pick up organic and locally grown produce, bring home freshly prepared meals, or acquire new covered-wagon carburetors. Historically, different nationalities and ethnicities flocked to the market, and this diversity among guests and merchants continues today, as noted by a 2011 feature in the Huffington Post. Boasting Indian, African, Japanese, Haitian, and French cultural influences, the market's vendors may be indoors or outside, depending on the weather.
Weaver's Orchard Farm Market is a 4th generation family farm nestled in the scenic hills just 15 minutes south of Reading, PA.
The orchard farm market is open year-round featuring fresh produce (grown right on our farm in season), baked goods, deli items, all-natural meat & dairy products & a variety of of other items.
September Farm Cheese stimulates dairy palates with myriad sweet, savory, and spicy cheeses, which received recognition from the American Cheese Society. The homemade cheese—family forged on a picturesque vista—hits shelves sans hormones and preservatives after being observed by the farm's team from cow nourishment inception to vat finale.
At Northbrook MarketPlace, guests can enter a restored 1850s fieldstone barn with bright-red wood siding and picturesque white wooden frames to browse the market and grab dishes made from fresh, sustainable ingredients. Chefs fire up tender brisket in the smokehouse, make sandwiches to order, and pluck signature apple-cider donuts from trees. Diners can also nosh on daily hot-meal specials, including chicken pot pies and fish 'n' chips, then slide forks into the flaky crust of the daily pie while sitting inside the marketplace, outside in the courtyard, or at home. For those who want a more leisurely meal, the Chef's Table, which was named Philadelphia magazine's Best Private Dining Table in 2009, proffers an hours-long culinary experience in which patrons devour local, gourmet fare from a tasting menu designed by head chef Rob Boone. The week's BYOB feasts include the Chef's Table banquet; Family Nights, which feed visiting households and peckish minivans with an Italian buffet; and brunch, which mollifies maws with homemade granola and barbecue sliders.