Sunday, June 29, 2008


You are invited to join us
Board Dinner Meeting
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
6:30 PM
Maple Springs Deli
Rt. 724 Birdsboro,+PA&fb=1&cid=0,0,5825755420753446009&ll=40.269719,-75.817702&spn=0.223189,0.31929&z=11

All members and friends are invited to join us!

Nancy Kauffman/Vice President/Event CoordinatorWalkBikeBerks


For my money, Maple Springs Cafe is the Gem of the Thun Trail. Its midpoint location on the trail, coupled with something for everyone (including cyclists) on their menu, makes this a convenient and enjoyable rest stop. They have an assortment of quality deli selections, but if you would just as soon have a burger or a dog, they have several different varieties of those as well. They offer wait service at dinner time, which adds a friendly and personal touch. I for one don't mind riding my bike there from Montgomery County 2 or 3 times a year. The only thing trail users need to beware of is the restaurant is located on Route 724, not the Old Schuylkill Road, in the western end of Birdsboro.
April 27, 2008 by Tom H. in Royersford, PA

Hidden treasure
Hidden in a small strip mall outside of Birdsboro, Maple Springs Cafe is one of the county's best kept secrets. The lunch menu includes the standard Italian Sandwiches (on Conshohocken Bakery rolls) plus unbelievable items sucha s hot roast beef sandwiches and gourmet soups du jour. But the dinner menu really soars! I love the lobster ravioli. The dinner portions are huge. The decor is still mostly cafe rather than destination restaurant and the waitstaff is inexperienced. The prices are very affordable and the food is great!
April 03, 2007 by Becky in Birdsboro, PA

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