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Zest

Zest

WE LOVE Owner John Trapani and Chef/Owner John “JP” Pukanecz have teamed up to open this exciting new restaurant in South Side Bethlehem. ZEST brings a new twist on some of the award-winning flavors of its Lehigh Valley sister restaurant, Grille 3501, such as the crispy lobster risotto appetizer, sea scallops, and filet, along with a few carryovers like the crab and mango ... »

Stravino’s Italian Market

Stravino’s Italian Market

We Love When it comes to Italian food, it’s often impossible to narrow down just a few favorites. Stravino’s makes it easy for guests to find exactly what they need to bring the flavors of Italy to their own kitchens or special events. The market offers fresh sausage and fresh pasta salad that are both made daily, along with fresh ravioli selections, fresh ricotta, prepare... »

Terry’s Italian Restaurant

Terry’s Italian Restaurant

If you’re dreaming of a dining experience as comfortable as Cheers—with a fine Italian twist—look no further than Terry’s. We Love Every dish at Terry’s Italian Restaurant is made to order. That means, while your food may take slightly longer to cook, it’s always as fresh as can be and made exactly to your specifications. One dish that always dazzles is the filet mignon, f... »

Glasbern Inn

Glasbern Inn

Welcome to the Lehigh Valley’s version of “almost heaven.” Country roads that wind through pastoral scenery lead to some of greenest grazing—and most distinctive and serene accommodations—anywhere. WE LOVE On the recently revamped menu, one new entrée is essentially a love letter to beef aficionados. The 14-ounce cut of prime rib from Hershey Family Farm in Lancaster Count... »

Pearly Baker’s Alehouse

Pearly Baker’s Alehouse

This long-time favorite destination of Easton’s Centre Square attests to the staying power of good food, good drink, and good company. WE LOVE Warning: Non-meat eaters may need to avert their eyes form the passionate description of incredibly crave-worthy Pale Ale Braised Short Ribs (left). This cut of beef, richly marbled and deeply flavored, benefits from long, slow cook... »

Folino Estate

Folino Estate

This bucolic vineyard, winery, and restaurant pours on the rustic charm with European-style wines that partner beautifully with Italian food. We Love Amid the many premise-made pastas, wood-fired personal pizzas, and traditional Italian entrées vying for attention, Mama Lidia’s Lasagna sings the most seductive aria. Luscious baked layers of ricotta and mozzarella, homemade... »

The Cask Taphouse & Grill

The Cask Taphouse & Grill

A warm atmosphere sets the tone for casually refined dining and stellar sipping with a local focus. WE LOVE Cashew Crusted Chicken — one of the stars on the seasonally revamped menu for spring and summer—represents the quintessence of warm weather fare. The toasty, nutty coating provides this mild, tender meat with an appealingly crunchy texture, and a house-made mango sal... »

Foundation Tavern

Foundation Tavern

This revamped retreat on the lower level of Shepherd Hills Golf Club scores with both sports fans and families. WE LOVE A table filled with assorted apps makes group grazing fun, but you might not feel inclined to share the luscious Poke Tuna. Claim a plate of these freshly crisped wonton chips piled with tender Ahi tuna chunks and a crunchy spiced slaw—then drizzled in a ... »

A Ca Mia Italian Restaurant

A Ca Mia Italian Restaurant

Put this authentic Italian restaurant on your must-try list–and get ready for leftovers.  We Love It’s never too early—or too late—for pumpkin, especially when it’s wrapped up in a dish like this Pumpkin Ravioli. Filled with pumpkin and mascarpone cheese, these heavenly pasta pillows are sauteed with potatoes, green beans, sausage, and golden delicious apples for a rich ce... »

1774 Grille & Tap

1774 Grille & Tap

Seated along Hellertown’s main drag is 1774 Grille & Tap, a lively haven for foodies that offers fresh, local sourcing and casual fine dining. Purchased in 1747 by Frederick Scholl, the historic spot was owned by the Heller family from 1774 until 1821, later becoming the Pennsylvania Hotel in 1872. Today, the landmark has a new focus—foodies—and it certainly doesn’t di... »

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