Bellevue Diner - 1950s - Reading PA

The Bellevue Diner

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The Bellevue Diner was located on route 222 and Bellevue Ave, in Muhlenberg, 3 miles north of Reading.


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George
George
6 years ago

Was that the Sherwood Diner as well? Thinking like late 70’s.

Mike Anderson
Mike Anderson
6 years ago
Reply to  George

No, the Sherwood Diner was further north on Rte. 222, across the street from the Cherokee Ranch homes. It’s still there with a new facade and a new name.

George R Smith Jr
George R Smith Jr
6 years ago
Reply to  Mike Anderson

Thank you for the clarification Mike!

Kenneth Lkenti
Kenneth Lkenti
6 years ago

No,the Belleview was where Sheets is today.

Kevin
Kevin
2 years ago
Reply to  Kenneth Lkenti

100% Correct

Gloria Hill
Gloria Hill
6 years ago

Wow, forgot about the Belleview. Remember is now.

Chris K.
Chris K.
6 years ago

It was on Rt 61 and Bellevue. It is now the Rt 61 Diner. The one on 222 was Dempsey’s across from Carole’s aka Burger King. Dempsey’s is now Sheetz.

Robert A Pawling
Robert A Pawling
1 year ago
Reply to  Chris K.

I remember Carole’s well. I think that was just about the first fast food, hamburger, chain restaurant in the area. As a kid I always got two cheap hamburgers in mini serving bags and a shake. I think the burgers cost only 15 cents. My mom liked Kreska’s, which is now Temple Family Restaurant at Business 222 and Tuckerton.

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[…] looked like just north of the city. A few of the notable  structures are the Reading Fairgrounds, Bellevue Diner, and Gethsemane Cemetery. The Warren Street Bypass was also noticeably not extended past 5th street […]

Anna
Anna
6 months ago

Ah, the Bellevue Diner. I remember it well. Some great memories from that place.


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