185 South 3rd Street
Easton, PA 18042
Phone: (610) 253-9131
Fax: (610) 252-5145
185 South 3rd Street, Easton, PA, US, 18042
- Phone: (610) 253-9131
- Fax: (610) 252-5145
Bars & Cafes
Family friendly sports bar and restaurant by day. Famous for 20 different wing sauces from Scorcher to PB&J. Incredible TV display for the avid sports fan. Great happy hour, Monday through Friday. By night, Rivals transforms into a nightclub featuring great performances by bands and DJs.
Elegant shades of beige and brown dominate the room, stone walls add a rustic charm to the space and sparkling lights give the place a modern feel. The interiors of Valenca form a bubbling contrast. But it is in this serene premise, the restaurant serves Mediterranean fare full of complex flavors and fragrant aromas. The Paella is not to be missed. Dining is not just another activity when you seat yourself on one of the plush, cushioned chairs with a glowing fireplace nearby. Service is polite and courteous and help make your dining experience a memorable one.
Light meals plus exotic coffees are available at this used bookstore.
State Cafe & Grill is a popular spot for State Theater goers who tend to grab a bite after a show. The restaurant serves New American cuisine which includes a menu of salads, soups and meaty dishes. The decor is modern, and styled in accordance with contemporary standards. A reasonably extensive wine list and an enthusiastic selection of draft beer also features along the food menu
Blue Grill house serves plump sumptuous steaks, chops and seafood that are chronicled as some of the best you'll taste in town. The meals are prepared on the Montague grill at 1800 degrees Farenheit, which induces the food to retain all its natural flavors. From Filet Mignon to New York Strip and Porterhouse, all the big players are on the menu including Ahi Tuna, Salmon Filet and Diver Scallops. The wine list is extensive and you can choose from Chardonnays to Italian Reds and Blush, serving 1.5 and 5 litre bottles.
Located along the rustic streets of Bethlehem, Edge restaurant welcomes you into its cosmopolitan interior which has an urban-chic vibe. The Calamari appetizer, Grilled Mahi Mahi drizzled with balsamic Vinegar, Lamb Chops, Salmon and the Cous Cous are the highlights of the culinary team at work here. Although on the pricier side, the restaurant doubles up as a wonderful venue for special celebrations. Service is cordial and always around to help.
A 250-seat brewpub, Bethlehem Brew Works' signature beers include Steelworkers' Oatmeal Stout, Valley Golden ale, and the award-winning Fegley's ESB. Along with the six beers brewed here, a full bar specializing in single malt scotches, small batch bourbons and specialty martinis is also on site. Bethlehem Brew Works is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.
1741 on the Terrace has a serene vibe, aided by the large windows overlooking the Main Street. This restaurant located in the premises of Hotel Bethlehem, also features a tasting menu at a affordable price. In winters, a piano player playing beautiful tunes is a visible sight, elevating the whole experience a notch higher. Service is efficient and friendly. A stellar wine collection is another feather in the restaurant's cap.
The Tap Room is a bar brimming with vintage wines and an enthusiastic beer collection. A flat screen TV on the wall adds to the casual vibe of the place. The bar also offers hearty American fare along with a great drinking experience. Having a drink in this Victorian part of the town is always a pleasant activity.
A fun and exciting sports bar and pub offering standard pub fare, including wings, burgers, steaks and seafood. Weekday specials, non-stop weekend entertainment, and takeout services are available.
Prepare to be swarmed with Italian love as you enter Roma Ristorante. Serving American style Italian food, the aromatic plates of food are generously portioned. Hot, soft and freshly-made breads and authentic, flavorful Italian dishes of beef, seafood and poultry feature on the menu. The restaurant shares a festive vibe which is infectious in nature. Service is friendly and treats you like family.
Located on Durham Road, Owowcow does really wow its customers with its delicious ice-creams. Giving vanilla an exciting twist, this parlor offers three sub-flavors, namely, Madagascar, Tahitian, and Indonesian. There are plenty more creative flavors to expect, including Going Bananas, Garden Berry, Chocolate Raspberry, Lemongrass Ginger and Blood Orange Raspberry. Owowcow also has a signature Hot Fudge which simply cannot be missed. With an endless array of delightful flavors at your disposal, you might just become an Owowcow addict.