The next stop on the Easton Restaurant Walking Tour was the one I had been looking forward to most: Colonial Pizza & Spaghetti House, home of the upside down pizza. They had a spread of:

- traditional pizza (the sauce on top of the cheese),
- white pizza
- an amazing flatbread with meat and cheese
- chicken with couscous
- pesto pasta
- linguine and vegetables
- rigatoni and sauce
- chicken with vegetables

They had labels for every food on the spread (pictured), which I appreciated. I think they may have been testing a couple of new entrees for their catering menu, because we were asked what items we liked and didn't like. On our way out, we received a take away menu with a coupon good for a return visit. These folks did it right!

After that, we headed to Sanctuary Spa by Michael Perry for some of Sagra's famous cheese torte. As always, the torte was outstanding - the pepper jelly on top provides just the right sweet-yet-tart mix that really makes the dish.

We then walked over to the Weller Center where Vintage Restaurant was serving. As we were savoring a very tender, tasty and moist pork tenderloin wrapped in bacon with pearl onions, the folks from Vintage informed everyone that they are opening a seafood restaurant in downtown Easton later this year. I'll have to check it out.

Next stop, Purple Cow Creamery. There is no better way to top off all that food than with ice cream, or as Sybil calls it "cold calcium." I had a small dish of bisque ice cream, while Sybil had a mix of coffee-flavored, birthday cake flavored and Cherry Seinfeld ice cream

Having had more than enough to eat for the day, we headed back to Valenca to contemplate our day over a glass of wine and an iced tea. In all, it was a great way to get familiar with a large number of restaurants in a short period of time.

What's your favorite Easton restaurant?