Reviews on American food in Hellertown, Pennsylvania, United States. Hellertown is a borough in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, United States. Hellertown is located in the Lehigh Valley region of the state, and geographically in the Lehigh Valley's Saucon Valley. The population of Hellertown was 5,898 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Hellertown
4 based on 414 reviews
Tempt your palate with distinctive culinary creations at Emeril's premier restaurant on the East Coast.
We haven't been to Emeril's in a couple years after having a couple mediocre meals. Wow, they are back to what they were years ago. We had a fantastic dinner for 2. The scallops, bone in rib eye, wedge salads and chocolate chip brownie sundaes were all delicious. The steak was cooked perfectly and the scallops melted in your mouth. Our server was great and I apologize for not remembering his name.
4 based on 380 reviews
Casual yet elegant, the Tap Room offers the most sought after views of Historic Main Street and its Victorian charm. Enjoy Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner, or lounge by the vintage mahogany bar. We also invite you to check out Jazz Night every Thursday, featur
We were driving around the Allentown area looking for a few businesses and I remembered researching a hotel in Bethlehem months ago that seemed to have a good restaurant. So we stopped in for lunch and were pleasantly surprised. We each had a cup of the ham and lentil soup which was delicious, if not a little too salty for our tastes (but nothing like the obligatory over-salting of many PA restaurants.) We also had a Nicoise salad with grilled salmon and a crab cake sandwich. The dressing on the salad was perfect, just right - not over-powering so you could actually taste the salad rather than just crunchy salad dressing - as is also common in PA. The sandwich was also tasty. At the end we decided to try the Penn State creamery ice cream . It was just as we like it - with less butterfat than "premium" ice cream like B&Js. The flavors chocolate chip cookie dough, mint chocolate chip and putter pecan were excellent. Finally, I had a Provence Rose that was outstanding. There is a parking garage two blocks away, and the atmosphere of the old hotel was somewhat formal, yet casual too.
4 based on 233 reviews
It is the desire of 1741 on the Terrace to engage you and invite you. Try something new or revisit something familiar; but above all, enjoy. Relax in the ambiance of the room, with its beautiful Moravian tile floor and soaring Palladian windows. Admire th
We went for mid-week nice dinner out and I have to say I was not amazed. I think it was mostly the service. I expected more from this restaurant. The service was slow and cold. The food was good, but not amazing. I'd say average. For the price and reputation I expect more.
4 based on 578 reviews
Decor was perfectService was perfectFood appearance was perfectFood taste was ?Cornbread was great. Pear salad was amazing. Crabcakes were not that great. They were all flakey and had no flavor.Scalloped potatoes were overly saltyRibeye (im told) had an overpowering sauce which tasted like molasses (not a good compliment)We will try it again
4 based on 421 reviews
Bolete is truly something special. I recommend this place to everyone I know who appreciates exceptional, unique and seasonal food and drinks. We came here for my boyfriend's birthday and the put a candle on our dessert. Very classy-no singing or anything tacky. The service was wonderful and were helpful in making decisions. The menu here changes daily, that's how fresh the ingredients are. They even assisted us with getting our coats on as we were leaving!! My drink was the blood orange boulevardier which was phenomenal (and strong). We shared a salad with the mushroom vinaigrette-so good. For the main course I ordered the halibut with roasted cauliflower and brussel sprouts with a truffle puree. I HIGHLY recommend ordering dessert. Save room people!! You will not regret it. We shared the earl grey ice cream sundae and macaroon with lavender syrup and lemon cake chunks. I think I'll go back here for all of my birthdays! Lastly, the decor was very minimalistic yet fabulous and complimented the old exterior of the house beautifully.
4 based on 891 reviews
Made a reservation for five couples couples reunion for the evening of September 11. The service was impeccable from start to finish. Jen and Janson went above and beyond to make our entire experience unforgettable. Everyone's food was amazing. We all agreed that we would come back on her next visit.
4 based on 83 reviews
Wonderful Service and a great menu with very good specials. I had the Small Prime Rib with a Salad , Chicken Soup and Roasted Potatoes . The Prime Rib was done perfect and the and the Roasted Potatoes had Rosemary spice......they were delicious! My husband had French Dip with Fries. Very good Food ! Great establishment. Handicap Ramp.
4 based on 200 reviews
This small neighborhood place is worth visiting with a friend or two. Seating and kitchen are squeezed into a living room size space. Love the patterned metal ceiling! The breakfast menu is also small and interesting. I had a mac and cheese skillet (with bacon, sausage, potato bottom and egg on top). Next time I'll try the shrimp and grits crepe, my second choice. My companions had more standard breakfast fare. The pork and red pepper omelet was delicious. All choices under $10. Fast, friendly service. Our trips to Lehigh will definitely include return visits to the People's Kitchen!
4 based on 150 reviews
ARE WE A RESTAURANT? A BAR? A DISTILLERY? YES! WE ARE ALL THOSE THINGS. WE ARE A DESTINATION LIKE NO OTHER. We built our facility inside a prohibition era bank building. A building that is an institution to the great south side. We are now starting its ne
We had asked for recommendations from their neighbor on good places to eat in town. This was the first one mentioned and it was right across the road from where we were.I have to laugh, because this place appears to be for the younger crowd and these seniors walk in and we sort of get a look, but that's OK. We can be sociable with anyone. We started out with their specialty drinks; a Jalapeno Heist for my wife, yup! and I had the Banana Boy. Great drinks. We followed that with some duck wings for starters and my wife went just for a salad and I ordered the pastrami Salmon Cured BLT. I swear it was the best sandwich I have ever had. I still talk about it. We capped our visit with Barista Creme Brulee and Strawberry Shortcake. What a great experience we had. This place was previously a bank and the owner has really done a nice job in making it work for their purpose. It is a younger crowd but my gosh! don't let that stop you. Had a nice waitress as well with her recommendations. For those who might be visiting the Steel Stakes or the Museum, it's right across the street. Leave your car and walk across the street. As for any handicap, I would say you might want to get there early because seating is somewhat limited and it would be difficult getting upstairs. Thanks to the Social Still for a great experience and keep that sandwich on the menu.
4 based on 115 reviews
This was my first trip to Crossroads since the new owners took over. I was not a fan of Crossroads in the past but the new owners have made some subtle changes. The menu is rather limited but they have greatly expanded the beer selection and added a few daily specials to the menu. You now get regular plates and utensils instead of paper plates. The old wait staff is still there along with some new employees. The place was clean and bright and they accept credit cards.
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