With so many fantastic locally-owned restaurants here in Lehigh Valley, it’s sometimes hard to decide where to go or what to eat. Throughout the seasons, restaurant groups of Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and beyond come together to highlight Restaurant Week.
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From the original distillation of liquors like applejack to modern-day takes on bourbon and whiskeys, distilleries throughout Lehigh Valley are churning out impressive products. Sample the varieties straight or opt for a cocktail prepared with local spirits.
Boasting more than 20 craft breweries, Lehigh Valley is booming with options for beer nerds. From flavorful stouts and porters to unique takes on IPAs and pale ales, and even options for those who want to veer away from typical varieties, you’re sure to find a brew to fit your tastes.
Vegans rejoice! November is World Vegan Month and if veganism is your thing, you won’t have to look very far for a great meal in Lehigh Valley. The cities of Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton offer fantastic choices for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and of course, dessert.
In Lehigh Valley, our caffeinated choices are way more robust than just the usual two, “Dunkin’ or Starbucks?” Much like the breweries, wineries, and distilleries, coffee shops are growing and specializing in their own unique coffee blends and vibes.
Foodies across the Lehigh Valley have a new option when it comes to dining - well, make that nine to be exact. Make plans to visit the new Downtown Allentown Market the next time a craving strikes.
Seafood fans will flock to downtown Easton for the annual Clam Jam, sponsored by 3rd & Ferry Fish Market. This year's event will be held on Sunday, August 25 from noon to 7 p.m.
Here in Lehigh Valley, there are plenty of ways to cool off when the mercury rises. Whether you're taking advantage of some AC at the Allentown Art Museum, splashing around at Dutch Springs, or heading below ground at Lost River Caverns or Crystal Cave, there are tons of ways to beat the heat.
Summer is full of bright colors - the trees are awash in green and blues sweep across the skies for miles. Along with those colors come the freshest fruits & vegetables, all in season and ripe for picking.
With the big game ahead, we've got wings on the brain. And, we aren't the only ones. According to the National Chicken Council, Americans are expected to consume 1.3 billion chicken wings during this year's Super Bowl.