330 Commerce Park
New Columbia, PA 17856
Phone: (570) 568-8000
Fax: (570) 568-0660
Bars & Cafes
Located a short distance from downtown, Julie's Coffee is a local lunch favorite. Head here for specialty coffee and tea paired with specials like BBQ Ham and Cheese Sandwich, Garden Tuna Wrap and Pulled Pork on a Fresh Kaiser Roll.
Ever wondered what the speakeasy bars during the 1920s prohibition era looked like? Then head straight to The Joint cafe and bar on the East Third Street to find out. Numerous memorabilia of that era are found on the walls, which makes its setup quite unlike the redundant watering holes found in the rest of the city. The dimly-lit interiors and the retro tunes from the jukebox set the tone to indulge in sinful libations in the form of wines, beers and cocktails. Complementing the drinks is an array of appetizers like burgers, salads and sandwiches, which satisfy your taste buds. And that's not where the fun ends as numerous bands and artists take center stage on select evenings of the week which coaxes the crowd to stand up on their feet and show off their moves on the dance floor.
Rumrunners Pub & Eatery is a great spot to unwind with a beer or cocktail. They offer a varied food menu of American staples like burgers, pizza and sandwiches.
An award-winning establishment, the Bullfrog Brewery is where you will find well-brewed beer, fresh and sumptuous food, and an entertaining live music scene. Located in the town of Williamsport, this pub-cum-restaurant is a favorite among locals for the quality and variety of beer served. The beers are so good, that they have even won a Gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival as well as at the World Beer Cup. To complement the great beer, the resto-pub serves food made with fresh and, as much as possible, local ingredients. Of course, there is also live music and other events to complete the picture. See the website to know more about Bullfrog Brewery.
You will be hard pressed to find a coffee shop better than Alabaster Coffee Roaster & Tea Company. Located on Pine Street, this charming cafe offers a variety of delectable coffees, teas and quick bites since its inception in 2010.
Kimball’s Pub is the perfect spot to enjoy a beer with friends. This casual pub has an impressive beer selection with over 150 bottled beers plus over 20 on tap! The specialty here is craft beer, so if you get overwhelmed with the selection just ask your server for their favorite brand. You can also try their American cuisine, with dishes like the Cheeseburger Wrap or the Grilled Albacore Tuna Salad. No matter what you order don't miss out on the chicken wings. These wings are so good, the only problem you'll have is deciding what sauce you'll want on them. Spicy Ranch? A Ghost Dust! rub? Or just stick with the classic house sauce? Kimball’s Pub also has live entertainment.
For craft brews and convivial conversation, head down to Riepstine's Pub. This cozy watering hole is owned by local couple, Bart and Tess Rieppel who ensure each guest is as comfortable as possible. Pair a signature brew like the Reindeer fuel paired with pulled pork sandwiches for a satisfyingly down home experience.
If you're looking for an alternative to the myriad chain restaurants peppering the town, the Crippled Bear is a good place to check out. Largely populated by a local crowd, stop by for a relaxed ambiance, down home cooking and nice selection of draft beers. Don't let the shabby exterior dissuade you into trying out this unpretentious hangout.
A trendy lounge room set on the East Main Street in Bloomsburg, the Moonlit Oasis offers an excellent array of indulgent and imaginative hookahs you will come across in the city. The towering and decorative hookahs come in a delightful range of ethnic flavors that leave you gasping for more. The experience is rounded off with a selection of beverages like coffee and tea to sip on. And that's not all, as the lounge also arranges for your entertainment by screening movies, hosting open mic nights and live music sessions by national artists/ bands, throughout the week.
Ladies, get your grand garb on; Gentlemen, get your tailored suits on and head to an evening of refinement and pure sophistication at The Inn at Turkey Hill Restaurant. A greenhouse-style space has been converted into a patio where the warm sunlight falls through, as you gorge on delectable Continental cuisine. From Escargot cooked in garlic to Veal delicacies and Shark and Scallops boiled in sauces, this high dining restaurant features an unconventional outlook on food. An excellent wine collection is housed in its premises to ensure the perfect finish to your meal.