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Best things to do in Easton

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Steakhouse
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“The best steak house and bar in the northmpton country. I highly recommend their fillet mignon. ”
2 locals recommend
Book Store
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“This coffee house is perfect for breakfast or lunch. After your treat, walk through all the rooms of used books for sale.”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
History Museum
“Beautiful and spacious museum that highlights Easton and surrounding areas with local history. A treasure of a find in the museum is the history behind the Leni Lenape Indians and the treaty that is displayed bearing the fingerprints in wax of thirteen Indian Elders from various tribes to the treaty. Also curio cabinets, Victorian and Civil War artifacts and other various items, along with interactive tools in the museum. Highly suggested and affordable!”
2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Open 24 hours and the local supermarket! Wine and beer store located in this plaza as well!”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“We love the steak frites, oyster bar, and handcrafted cocktails at this fun, hip, and stylish French bistro-style restaurant! Try the chocolate stout float for dessert!”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The menu is pretty much the same as the original Blue Sky in Bethlehem - and just as good. Plus, it's slightly closer and often a bit less crowded. Nonetheless, better to play it safe and get there early - it's a popular breakfast spot!”
3 locals recommend
Bar
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“ Modern restaurant with a seafood based menu, but has other options. Great drinks ”
2 locals recommend
Department Store
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“you can get it all at this walmart and Sams club is in same plaza as well as the only Starbucks! ”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
1 local recommends
Bakery
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Advanced Reservations Required. The 1753 Bachmann Publick House is Easton's only surviving 18th century tavern and oldest standing building. This restored original 3 story stone building was constructed in 1753 by Jacob and Katrinna Bachmann. The building was once the home to Northampton's Court and today it is the only colonial Courtroom remaining today in Northampton County. Famous persons such as Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, General John Sullivan, William Ellery and William Whipple (signers of the Declaration) were guests and attendants at the Bachmann. Eighty percent of the building is original with exceptional care taken to match the reconstruction perfectly.”
1 local recommends
Park
“A historic canal and boat ride which helps folks understand the convergence of regional commerce around Easton when the canals were functioning. ”
2 locals recommend