This diner is pretty busy and the food is always decent. For about a year I would carry my young daughter to Silk City and eat a western omelet (extra onion, no cheese). Food is typical for a greek-owned place. One of the little dramas that seems to frequently play out is an older woman (the owner?) griping at the lady who busses the tables. She seems to always be too slow, drop something, not mark the mopped floor or be in the wrong location and the other lady will *** at her. This diner is a few miles from the "famous" Zinn's Diner (recently sold and renamed) Zinn's has been really crappy in the last several yrs and Silk City wins hands down. Stop by, buy a paper and eat some breakfast!
Favorite Dish: As I said above, the western omelet with extra onions and no cheese! Decent size with a good pile of homefries.
Reamstown Off The Beaten Path
Sitting in the local cemetery is a giant rock that was used by the Lenape Indians as a mortar and pestle to grind corn. The mortar part is now chained so that it isnt stolen. It was used on the Ephrata Mountain until Pierce Lesher fulfilled a lifelong dream and moved it to Reamstown. Access is via the alley just behind the Wachovia Bank on S Church Street. This is also 1/2 of Geocache GC432D. Also visit Geocache GC1Z5D4 in the nearby woodline.Related to: