Easton Public Market
Please note: Due to COVID-19, The Easton Public Market has announced the following updates to normal business hours:
- As usual, the market will be closed on Monday and Tuesday when a deep cleaning will take place.
- On Wednesday, March 18, 2020, the market will re-open for our regular hours offering curbside order pick-up only. No public foot traffic within the market will be allowed until further notice.
Shop, Cook, Dine, Imbibe at the Easton Public Market in Lehigh Valley. It’s the market where butchery, bakery, artisan cheese, café, chocolatier, local & sustainably grown produce, specialty foods, noodle bar, craft beer, wine, wood-fired pizza, crepes and BBQ come together. Plus, there’s a demo kitchen, culinary events and classes.
Exotic offerings abound, from the delicate pancakes at Full of Crepe to the brimming bowls of ramen at Mr. Lee's Noodles. The Easton Public Market is a vibrant gathering space for shopping and dining with even more things to enjoy, like events in the Community Room that offer unique presentations and workshops, and the Markets’ Kitchen’s tasty events and classes for every level of culinary expertise. Click here for a full list of upcoming events and classes.
Top 6 Locally Sourced, Must-Experience Vendors
- Mister Lee's Noodles: Perhaps the most highly anticipated vendor at the market, an Asian-inspired ramen noodle bar. Try Mister Lee's Dirty Noodles, featuring noodles Chizmar makes himself. This dish features mushroom-dashi, chashu (a type of barbecued pork in Cantonese cuisine), 60-minute egg, soy, mushrooms and local greens.
- Dundore & Heister (butcher): It's pretty much impossible not to drool at everything offered as they are front and center in the market and with good reason. Stop by and watch the plaid-shirt wearing butchers break down cuts of meat in minutes. They focus exclusively on four meats: lamb, beef, poultry and pork, that come from local farms that don't use antibiotics or hormones, and pasture-raise their animals. It's a whole-animal butcher, meaning as little as possible of the animals is thrown away. The meats are cut fresh and the trained butchers are there on site to guide you on what's the best cut.
- Scratch (beer and pizza): If artisan pizza and craft beer sound good, you'll want to stop at this stand. Scratch is a collaboration between Apple Ridge Farm and ShawneeCraft Brewing of the Pocono Mountains. Watch your pizza being made and baked in an 800-degree wood oven. Try a specialty pie such as the "Garlic Three Ways" (white pizza with fresh ricotta, mozzarella, garlic confit, shaved raw garlic and black garlic sauce) and pair it with a Belgian-style wheat beer brewed with bitter orange and Mediterranean coriander.
- Chocodiem: If you love chocolate that's as beautiful as it is delicious, you'll want to check out Chocodiem of Clinton, N.J. These are Belgian chocolates hand-made on the premises. Try the pearl truffles, filled with dark chocolate ganache or any flavor of your choice, then dipped in white chocolate and finished with an iridescent sugar. Chocodiem also has a beautiful rainbow of macaroons.
- Tolino Vineyards: While you're eating local, you can drink local, too, at Tolino Vineyards' stand. Tolino, which is near Bangor, has been a regular at the Easton Farmers’ Market so it makes sense they would be part of the public market. You can grab a meal at one of the vendors and get a glass of Tolino's wine or take a bottle or two home. Could be a good time to try a bottle of Chambourcin, made from the Lehigh Valley's grape.
- Highmark Farmstand: With gorgeous greens, fresh fruits and more, the farmstand is almost like its own farmers-market-within-the-market. You also can buy fresh pasta, dried pasta, sauces, spreads and dairy, as well as local honey and syrup.
The Market is open year-round, Wednesday’s through Saturday’s 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Sunday’s 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Some vendors will have additional hours.
Easton Public Market is a project of the Greater Easton Development Partnership (GEDP). Anchoring a downtown market district, the EPM serves as an economic center that features regional and artisanal products, enhances a vibrant local culture and serves as a model for urban innovation.
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- Beer / Wine Only:
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- Distance to Airport: 12
- Cuisine: American
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- Dinner Price: Up to $20
- Private Event Space:
- Private Event Space Capacity: 50
- Reception Capacity 50
- Number of Rooms 3
- Classroom Capacity 25