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NEW VENTURES: Resort adds restaurants; prosthetics firm expands into Berks

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Graffiti Pizza is now open at Camelback Resort in Tannersville.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Graffiti Pizza is now open at Camelback Resort in Tannersville.

Camelback Resort in Tannersville has opened a new restaurant and said it plans to open two more on the property in the coming months.

The first of the three restaurants, Graffiti Pizza, is now open. It serves what the resort describes as pizza shop classics such as calzones, hoagies, hot subs, strombolis, salads and New York-style pizza.

Inspired by the resort’s fictional explorer, Kartrite Van Der Berris, Kartrite Summit House is a mountaintop restaurant that will be open for lunch and dinner serving tapas, or small plates, as well as a selection of beer, wine and cocktails.

The restaurant also will be a wedding venue.

Lastly, Berrelli’s Italian Kitchen, named after Camelback Resort owners Arthur Berry III and Ken Ellis, is a family style restaurant that will offer Italian fare.

Signature dishes will include sausage and stuffed fontina, grass-fed beef ragu and jumbo lump crab pappardelle.  

For more information, visit www.camelbackresort.com.

Prosthetics office

expands into Berks

Valley Prosthetics & Orthotics Inc. expanded its services to adult and pediatric patients by opening a third location, in Wyomissing. Headquartered in Salisbury Township, the office also has a location in Montgomeryville.

The practice is adding a mobile service van where staff uses 3D printing to help fit and create customized prosthetics.

“We take our mobile prosthetic workstation van to hospitals, outpatient center and patients’ homes for the convenience of patients with mobility issues, such as those with amputations, neuromuscular conditions, spinal conditions, fractures and other orthopedic conditions,” said Steven Chu, owner of Valley P&O.

The new office is at 320 Abington Drive, Suite 4, Wyomissing. Patients are seen there Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

For more information, call 610-770-1515.

Liquor store opens in Kenhorst

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board held a grand opening of a new Fine Wine & Good Spirits at 100 Kenhorst Plaza in Kenhorst.

The store has more than 5,800 square feet of space and features more than 2,150 wines and spirits.

The store has a section to highlight wines and spirits produced in Pennsylvania.

The store also sells Pennsylvania Lottery tickets.

Kenhorst Fine Wine & Good Spirits is open 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday through Tuesday and 9 a.m.-to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

For more information, call 610-775-2394.

Women’s gym opens

in Tannersville

A grand opening is planned for June 9 at MadTime Fitness in Tannersville.

The gym is run by Madeleine Southern with a mission of judgment-free support for women through strengthening the mind and body. She is an American Council on Exercise-certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor.

MadTimeFitness is in the DePue Plaza at 2989 Route 611 in Tannersville.

For more information, visit www.madtimefitness.com.

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