From tasty brunches to traditional egg hunts, visits with the Bunny himself, and even an event packed with PEEPS – there are plenty of ways to celebrate Easter in Lehigh Valley, PA.Continue Reading
Whether you prefer on the rocks or frozen – nothing beats a classic margarita. Check out a few of our favorite places to grab a beverage in honor of National Margarita Day.
And while you’re out celebrating, be sure to share your fun! Tag your photos on Instagram using #LiftYourSpiritsDLV. Cheers!Continue Reading
Nothing cures a chilly day like a warm cup of coffee. From handcrafted lattes to a good old cup of black coffee, there are plenty of places throughout Lehigh Valley to get your next caffeine fix. Grab a book and stay a while, as the ambiance of these locations can’t be beat!Continue Reading
Everyone has their guilty pleasure when it comes to eating badly. When the time comes to treat myself, I choose nachos, lots of nachos. There are plenty of them on local menus, but below are the top five that I crave on the daily.
Torre For a classic plate of nachos, my choice goes to Torre. Piled high in a beautiful arrangement with crispy tortilla chips, Chihuahua and cheddar cheese, chili, black beans, your choice of pulled pork or shredded beef brisket and topped with crema and guacamole. It is a feast for my eyes and stomach. Go during happy hour for half-price!Continue Reading
If you’ve ever been to Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia or Quincy Market in Boston, you know how tempting the sights and smells of the food vendors are. On your next trip to Lehigh Valley, a visit to the region’s newest stop for foodies is an absolute must!
Meet the Easton Public Market. Now, this isn’t to be confused with the historic Easton Farmers’ Market- that hasn’t gone anywhere (find them in Centre Square on Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., May – December)! The Easton Public Market is located just down the street at an indoor location, which means you can enjoy tasty meals all year round. Here, you’ll find artisanal food stands, fresh produce and fish, a demonstration kitchen, and so much more.Continue Reading
One day isn’t enough when it comes to celebrating the love for our mothers. That’s why it’s important to take advantage of Mother’s Day and spoil them a little extra. There are tons of ways to show your appreciation, and this year I have a few ideas up my sleeve. Check out some of our favorite ways to treat mom in Lehigh Valley.
Most moms could use a day of relaxation and we know it can be hard to find the time to get pampered. This is the perfect opportunity to treat them to a massage from Balanced Body Therapeutic Massage, The Spa at Bear Creek, or Stone House Inn & Spa. Or treat her to a mani/pedi at Style Beauty Lounge & Boutique where she can browse their collection of clothing and jewelry before and after the appointment.Continue Reading
March 22nd, 2016 posted by Kaitie Burger
Easter may be just around the corner, but it’s not too late to make your plans for the holiday weekend. Ring in spring with some of these great events happening throughout Lehigh Valley including decadent brunch buffets, egg hunts for the kids, and so much more.
Be sure to click through for details on all events. Keep in mind, reservations are strongly recommended for brunches, lunches, etc.Continue Reading
With the big game ahead, we’ve got wings on the brain. And, we aren’t the only ones. According to the National Chicken Council, Americans are expected to consume 1.3 billion chicken wings during this year’s Super Bowl. Yes, you read that right. 1.3 billion.Continue Reading
It’s February. Some people look at this month as the dead of a cold winter, yet some see it as one of the hottest months of the year when it comes to their love life. In my mind it’s both, but what keeps me from cabin fever is the opportunity for a little extra romance by doing something special with the one I love.Continue Reading
Middle Eastern dishes are some of my favorite meals. If you’re like me, you enjoy sharing a few (or lots of) appetizers so that you can try a little bit of everything. I’ve grown to love a few restaurants here in Lehigh Valley that serve top Middle Eastern dishes. Local family-owned joints usually top my list. Read on for my current favorites.Continue Reading
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