Easton’s latest breakfast and lunch spots combine familiar favorites such as omelets, scrapples and turkey clubs with fresh creative dishes such as breakfast flights, “Peace Candle Pancakes” and burgers with waffle buns.
Big Papa’s Restaurant & Catering, a full-service restaurant serving breakfast and lunch daily, opened on Friday at 1236 Northampton St., opposite Paxinosa Elementary School.
Husband and wife co-owners Les and Sabrina Smith, who previously worked at other local restaurants, decided to bring years of experience to their facility.
“He came from cooking, and I was a waitress, and we really wanted to open our own restaurant,” Sabrina said. “So this is the first venture we run together.”
The 63-seat restaurant with tables and counter seats offers breakfast staples of all styles of eggs, shrimp and grit, corned beef hashes, as well as fruity pebble French toast and breakfast flights (French toast, waffles, pancakes). It offers more unique options. “Peace candle pancakes” (2 eggs, 3 bacon, sausage patties, American cheese on a pile of pancakes).
Other breakfast highlights include breakfast brito and sandwiches (available for bagels, croissants and toasts), breakfast casseroles, proprietary omelets, caramel banana toast, avocado toast, edgran keros and pancake tower (three). There is a stuffed pancake). It features a strawberry cream cheese filling, whipped topping and strawberry drizzle).
The “Big Daddy” breakst feast is $ 9.99 and includes 2 French toasts or 2 pancakes, 3 eggs, 2 meats, home fries, toast and bottomless coffee.
Lunch items available from 11:30 am include classic dishes such as cheesesteak and turkey club sandwiches, as well as more unique dishes such as burgers with waffle buns and chorizo shrimp po’boys.
The restaurant sources a lot of local produce, including meat and eggs from Dale Koehler & Sons Farm in Bethlehem Township.
Other lunch menu highlights include appetizers such as risotto, chicken wings, Mexican street corn, fried cauliflower and lemon aioli. Hot sandwiches and cold sandwiches such as pulled pork, chicken parmesan and pesto grilled cheese. Hamburgers such as macaroni and cheese and peanut butter spread out. Entries such as fish tacos, burrito bowls and spring pasta (penne pasta in a pale red sauce with butternut and zucchini squash).
You can also enjoy specialty dishes such as chicken gnocchi bowls and chicken waffle corn. Feast of “Big Daddy” lunch ($ 17.99). It features 2 fried chicken, fish fillet, 4 shrimp, macaroni and cheese tigger tail, and french fries. Desserts such as cheesecake and caramel apple fries.
The Easton couple overhauled the former Mike’s restaurant space with new flooring, wall paint, and barn wood trim. The Grand Opening and Ribbon Cut celebrations are scheduled for May 19th at 5:30 pm.
Big Papa’s is open daily from 6am to 2:30 pm and is named after Monica, given to Les by a friend.
“We also run a construction company. It was a joke between him and his colleagues that he didn’t do as well as Big Daddy,” Sabrina said. “So when I was thinking about the name of the restaurant, I said,’Let’s name the big daddy.'”
For more information on Big Papa, call 610-252-7272 or Restaurant Facebook page..
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