Welcome To The West Reading Tavern And Restaurant
Our New Hours Will Be As Follows:
Thursday 4:30pm – 10:00pm
Friday 4:30pm – 11:00pm
Saturday 12:00pm – 11:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm – 7:30pm
Our menu can be found on our website: www.westreadingtavern.com/menu/
All orders must be by phone, and credit cards will be taken at the time of ordering. (Cash transactions will not be accepted to limit any person to person contact.)
All orders may be picked up in the rear of our building (Cherry Street). Customers should enter the open breezeway for our patio and pick up their orders there. We are easy to spot: look for the Dun Wurkyn mural on the side of our building, and also for our jazz mural in the alleyway (breezeway is just to the left of this).
Please remember to support all of your local small businesses while this pandemic continues; We truly appreciate it.
Established In 1978
The West Reading Tavern has been locally owned and operated by the same family for over 35 continuous years! In April of 2011, the original owner partnered with his sons, both having a background in hospitality, to form a union that has infused the business with fresh thinking and new ideas. This new partnership has contributed to a fantastic, ever-changing menu and an array of new fun-filled events that are sure to please for many years to come.
The Heart Of West Reading
Conveniently located three blocks from the new Knitting Mills (Vanity Fair) in the heart of West Reading. The West Reading Tavern has all the charm of an authentic English pub. The stained glass windows and fireplace convey an at-home sense of warmth and coziness found nowhere else in Berks County.
A Downtown Favorite
Whether you are looking for a break from downtown shopping, or celebrating a special occasion, our staff will ensure your visit one to remember. We trust our service and ambiance will bring you back time and time again to the down-home charm of the West Reading Tavern.
The “Big Red Door”
Look for the “Big Red Door” on your next trip to West Reading and visit a hometown favorite frequented by locals and visitors alike.