Good Taste

deLorenzo's Italian Restaurant

By Cathy Kiley My husband and I have many friends who winter in Florida. Recently, we gathered a few together before their departure for a night of food and fun at deLorenzo’s Italian Restaurant in Forks Township. The deLorenzos have been bringing their multi-generational family recipes to the area for the last three years and Marlene “Mama” deLorenzo uses the same TLC in ... »

Hunan Springs

By Cathy Kiley From the moment you walk into Hunan Springs, you realize you are in for a treat. This is not your mother’s take-out Chinese! Prepare yourself to indulge in some of the best Asian food to be found in the Lehigh Valley. The old stone structure at 4939 Hamilton Boulevard (Rt. 222) in Wescosville once housed The Widow Brown’s Inn. Jay Ho explained that his paren... »

DiMaio’s Family Ristorante & Pizzeria

By Cathy Kiley Pizzerias come and go but every town has at least one. Some don’t last very long or change ownership over and over again, most times without changing names. You never know who will be taking your order over the phone or making your pizza while you wait. This, however, is not the case with DiMaio’s Family Ristorante and Pizzeria. Located in the Shoppes at Hel... »

Assante Ristorante Italiano

By Cathy Kiley At the intersection of Rt. 329 and Main Street in Northampton sits an unpretentious white brick building that houses Assante Ristorante Italiano. From the moment you park your car and walk to the entrance, the delicious aromas emanating from inside let you know you are in for a treat. We were greeted at the door by family matriarch Louisa Assante, who immedi... »

The Brick Tavern Inn

By Kathryn Finegan Clark Spring was just one day old when my husband and I stopped at The Brick Tavern Inn after spending the entire afternoon roaming the back roads of Lehigh County. Crossing into Bucks County, both of us were hungry when we pulled into the parking lot at the intersection of Old Bethlehem Pike and Brick Tavern Road—but not for long. The happy mix of aroma... »

Pearly Baker's Ale House

By Cathy Kiley Pearly Baker’s Ale House has been around for what seems like forever and is considered by most to be a cornerstone of Easton’s impressive restaurant community. Built in 1863, this historic Centre Square structure originally housed the YMCA; and later in 1935, became home to Easton’s Manhattan Club that occupied the location for over 50 years. Now, it is a fa... »


By Cathy Kiley~ We always find dining at Bolete a memorable experience for many reasons. First, the inn housing the restaurant dates back to the 1800s and is meticulously restored and maintained. Second, when you step through the door, you are immediately greeted by owner Erin Shea and made to feel like a welcomed guest in her home because that is exactly what it is. She a... »

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