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becky315 Oct 22, 2009 09:06 AM

Looking for a place for Sunday Brunch or Lunch in Reading - needs to open at 11am or earlier, as we have tickets to a Cirque show @ 1pm. Doesn't need to be super-foodie type place (we'll have 3-yr-old with us), just looking for something better than McD's! :)
Thanks!

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    katiedid31 Oct 26, 2009 03:06 PM

    Hello! I live in the area and Sundays are tough! Many of my favorites are closed. However, I can recommend GNA on Penn Ave. in West Reading. It's an Italian restaurant but they also have a more casual side with pizza and subs. In Wyomissing, there's Viva, which I believe does a Sunday brunch. Both places have decent food and would be kid friendly. They are both less than 10 minutes from the Sovereign Center. Enjoy the show!

    http://www.vivagoodlife.com/
    http://www.gnaristorante.com/

    1. oliviasaru Oct 27, 2009 06:53 AM

      My Dad and his family (including my two younger brothers) live in Reading and they LOVE Williams Family Restaurant at 1701 Kutztown Road. Google maps tells me it's about 5 minutes from the Sovereign Center. I've eaten at Williams with them and it is a friendly, reliable diner with very good breakfasts - great for families.

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        becky315 Oct 28, 2009 07:47 AM

        Thank you both, we actually went to the Reading Country Club - they have a full buffet + menu. It was really good! (Strawberries and cream-stuffed french toast was the big highlight!) Thanks again!

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