Restaurants in Easton, PA

We’re not going to rhapsodize about the culinary character of Easton, Pennsylvania, other than to mention that it hosts a garlic festival in October. But we do have a couple of favorite spots for those passing through. And we do mean passing through, because neither has any seats. First is Jimmy’s Hot Dogs, a hole in the wall that offers them steamed and dressed with mustard, chopped raw onions, and a dill pickle spear. They’re small; a quartet of them, presented in a paper bag maybe with some chips (the only other thing on the menu) makes a nice lunch. For something sweet, check out the Carmelcorn Shop, a store on the square that sells it utterly fresh. It’s light stuff, more corn than candy. Also on the menu are peanuts and a house specialty, dark-roasted peanuts with serious crunch.

Easton’s Most Famous Dishes

Sweet corn with pepper spice


Long roll holds shredded beef, molten cheese, and grilled onions

Cheese Steak

Fresh pastas, ready to boil


Easton’s Best Restaurants

Carmelcorn Shop


Giacomo’s Italian Market and Grille


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