Coffee & Treats in Pottstown

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  • Jukebox Cafe
    Don't settle for an inferior brew! The java at Jukebox Cafe will perk you right up. Come prepared to feast at Jukebox Cafe — with no low-fat options, any diets will need to be put aside for the moment. Bring your whole brood to Jukebox Cafe, where families can dig in to tasty and kid-friendly fare together. Casual dining at its best, Jukebox Cafe customers are free to enjoy themselves in jeans and a T-shirt. The coffee shop has catering services as well. For those in a hurry, the coffee shop lets you take your grub to go. The parking lot near Jukebox Cafe will have you in and out in a jiffy. Going out for dinner doesn't mean overspending. Enjoy a delicious meal at Jukebox Cafe for a fair price. Jukebox Cafe is cash-only so make sure you bring enough cash to cover your expenses. Jukebox Cafe serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
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    535 S Reading Ave
    Boyertown, PA US
  • The Gilbertsville Tea Room
    From its Victorian-era brick façade to its tiniest teacup, The Gilbertsville Tea Room is unapologetically pink. It’s a suitable hue for the oft-feminized tradition of teatime. In addition to the color scheme, the tearoom’s three parlors treat dining companions to dainty flourishes such as flowered wallpaper, tiny teacups hanging from hooks and chandeliers, and draping ivy. Teatime is a similarly dainty affair: chefs assemble finger sandwiches garnished with colored cream-cheese flowers and serve flaky scones with Devonshire cream. Thirty loose-leaf teas fill the china, giving upturned pinkies plenty of chances to look refined and signal to tablemates where you'll throw the cup when you're done.
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    1259 E. Philadelphia Ave.
    Gilbertsville, PA US
  • Bakery At Chester Springs
    Pastry chefstrodinaire Michael Graham, who studied at The Culinary Institute of America, fills the bakery’s burly display case with sweet-laden and fruit-strewn delights. Tear into the sugar-crusted labyrinths of pastries such as linzer tarts ($2.50), chocolate-mocha boats ($2.75), and hamantaschen ($1.95). If you need a pie ($13.95–$19.95) to throw in the face of a tardy cable repairman, choose from black cherry, southern pecan, coconut custard, strawberry rhubarb, and eight others. Savory popovers ($2.75), scones ($1.95), and croissants ($1.95–$3.95) complete the bakery’s motley cornucopia. Cakes are available in 8- or 10-inch raspberry buttercream ($26.95/$32.95), decadent mocha nutella ($29.95/$34.95), and triple-tiered vanilla or chocolate ($24.95/$29.95).
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    2922 Conestoga Rd
    Glenmoore, PA US
  • Reppert's Candy
    Reppert's Candy doles out a bevy of fresh and delectable chocolate confections that begin their life as high-quality chocolate made from fresh milk and cream at the locally renowned Wilbur Chocolate Company of Lititz. Once the precious nectar arrives in the hands of the Schell family, owners and operators of Reppert's Candy since 1978, confectioners melt, whip, and mold it into fresh, creamy candies each day. Roam the aisles for dozens of varieties of decadent morsels, such as a 1-pound box of assorted chocolates ($12) or a 1-pound box of pecan turtles ($12.50), shuffling languidly toward waiting taste buds. Vanilla caramels ($12/lb.) twist sugary strands around tongues, and the no-sugar-added milk-chocolate almond bark ($13/lb.) beckons health-conscious customers to indulge and health-conscious bears to scratch their backs.
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    2708 W Philadelphia Ave
    Oley, PA US

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