When headed into Easton, PA, there are some amazing things to do including the Crayola Experience, Sigal Museum, and the beautiful sight of the Canal Museum. But after you are done with your outing, what’s next?
Your next stop might be to grab a bite to eat!But where to choose?Here’s just a small selection of restaurants we love in Easton, Pennsylvania.
Located at the intersection of Northampton and Seventh Streets, Porters’ has a cozy and quaint atmosphere with delicious food, an outstanding beer selection, and some of the nicest staff you’ll meet. They also have a few hundred pewter mugs hanging from the ceiling, all earned by patrons from their mug club, and have live music from local musicians nearly every night.
Mesa Modern Mexican
If you want amazing Mexican and Mexican-inspired food, some of the freshest guacamole ever, and a delicious adult beverage or two, then Mesa will check off all those boxes. Its spacious outdoor seating during the warmer months also makes it a great stop to enjoy the sunshine and sip a cocktail with your bestie. (They also have some outstanding mac and queso for the kiddies that you might end up stealing for yourself!)
The Bayou Easton
Love southern food? This is the place for you! Since their original location in Bethlehem did so well (and for good reason, because it’s amazing) the Bayou’s Easton location has only continued with delicious success. From the jalapeño grits to their fried chicken sandwich with house made pickles, everything at the Bayou is amazing. The only minor issue, you might eat so well that you’ll need to take a nap after you visit.
3rd and Ferry Fish Market
There’s nothing quite like fresh seafood and 3rd and Ferry gives the people just what they want in that department. From lobster, seasonal catches, and even a surf and turf, your tastebuds will be delighted in this clean and laid back atmosphere.
Easton Public Market
Okay, so this isn’t just one restaurant, but that’s what makes it so great. You can walk in out of the cold and tantalize your taste buds with a huge variety of choices. From Japanese noodles, macarons, wine tasting, and even artisan beer and pizza, there’s something for everyone. There’s even a large selection of fresh produce. The building is clean and spacious, and is a great way to get some of your steps in too!