Brass railThe Allentown institution for decades, will be closed on June 4th. Ownership of the bars and restaurants on Lehi High Street wanted to move to another nearby location, but according to the sign posted on the rails, “It’s very sad to announce our closure. That’s it. “And be careful on the last day.
“This was a very difficult decision,” said the Solentino family sign, thanking them for their patronage for 91 years.
Founder Philip Solentino was an immigrant from Italy who opened a hamburger and hot dog stand in 1931. According to the Brasler website, Solentino opened in 1137 Hamilt Street in Allentown in 1933, and in 1937 he introduced cheesesteak to Allentown. The Hamilton Street site was closed in 2001, and the Lee High Street restaurant, which opened in 1961, will be open for just over two months.
A Royal Farm convenience store will be built on the grounds of Lehi High Street Restaurant.
Light pizza Opening at 835 N. New St. in Bethlehem, it is open Monday to Saturday from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm and is closed on Sundays. Wright’s offers a lineup of regular cheese pizzas and specialty pies such as meat lovers, chicken bacon lunch, fried in Hawaiian, chili cheese dogs, German food, buffets (chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, french fries, onion rings). ..
There are also dessert pizzas such as Nutella, Oreo, chocolate chips and cannoli. Other options include stromboli, appetizers, salads, hot sandwiches and cold sandwiches.
Benny Deans Bakery Hellertown opened to make and sell nut-free baked goods such as cookies and cupcakes, but owner Jessica Dean said she would bake for everyone. She “doesn’t have to be allergic to enjoy my baked goods,” said Dean, who was motivated to start a bakery because of her own allergies. She said she had a hard time finding baked goods in areas that were not contaminated with nuts. This can make it difficult for people with allergies to attend parties and rallies.
“I use regular ingredients. I use ingredients that don’t contain nuts or aren’t manufactured on the device,” said Dean, who sells products on social media. “All ingredients, including flour and butter, are nut-safe.”
Nut allergies affect about 1.1% of the population, or 3 million people in the United States.
Farmer Pocono Added a second location. It is located at 15 S. Crystal St. in East Stroudsburg. The restaurant is open Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 8 pm and Sunday from 8 am to 6 pm. The original Cafe & Bakery on Route 611, Burtonsville, is open Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm and Sunday from 8 am to 4 pm. Menus include Belgian waffles, avocado toast, quiche, lobster salad croissants, and daily menus.
Locally roasted organic coffee and freshly baked goods are available at locations in Bartonsville and East Stroudsburg. Check out social media for menu and potential time changes.
Clover Leaf Saddle ClubThe non-profit equestrian organization in Upper Mount Bethel Township will grow as it relocates to the new 26 acres of land near the current Potomac Street site. Cloverleaf will build a new clubhouse with an indoor toilet and kitchen. The move follows a deal with RiverPointe Logistics, an industrial project led by Bethlehem-based developer Lou Pektor.
According to a press release, Coverleaf was founded in 1964, and Justin Hoffman, president of the board of directors, said the expansion could increase the membership of the organization. The current location will continue to operate until the new facility is completed.
Branch to PageOne Resource Center The Grand Opening will take place on Wednesday at the 529 Memorial Parkway in Phillipsburg. The focus of Branching Out is to provide programs for children and young adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. Activities include support groups, life skills classes, tutoring, evening outings for children, and reading groups.
The center is a registered non-profit organization. The Greater Lee High Valley Chamber of Commerce will host ribbon cuts and celebrations Wednesday from 5 pm to 6:30 pm.
first time Crumble A cookie store has opened in this area. The first is at the Broadcasting Square Shopping Center in Spring Township (Berks County), where there was a line on the opening day last week. The other will open in the Easton area within a few months, after which Allentown will get crumble.
Founded in 2017 in Utah, the chain has a classic cookie, milk chocolate chip confectionery. Crumbl also rotates with new flavors every week. There are hot cookies such as peanut butter with snickers and cold cookies such as key lime pie. The chain is known for its versatility and pink cookie box.
Wawa The opening date for the new store in Lee High Valley is not imminent, and some are still in the process of permitting with the local government. Not far from Backcounty, the convenience store chain at 225 A Levitown Parkway in Levitown is scheduled to open in the spring and Langhorne’s East Lincoln Highway this summer.
Locally, South Allentown Wawa opened in March, with proposed stores in Bethlehem near the Route 78 interchange. Hanover Township (Northampton County) away from Route 512. Once again in Bethlehem, a former razor rental shop in Nazareth Spike, to the point where it becomes Route 191 of the Lower Nazareth Township.
Macangji Institute Community Center The Grand Reopening is being held at 510 E. Main St. in Macangji from noon to 4 pm on Saturday. The community center will host a “free family day” with photo booths, children’s crafts, games and food. The institute is located in a former elementary school that was closed in 1989 and was acquired by Macangji in 2000.
Backdoor Bake Shop I returned to the wholesale business at 92 E. Broad St. in Bethlehem. According to the bakery website, baked goods will be sold at Scholl Orchards and local events. This means that the wholesale on April 3rd will stop selling at that location. Shop fans should follow it on social media to find the next step in Back Door.
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