Bath is a borough in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is named for Bath, Somerset, England. It is located in the Lehigh Valley region of the state with a population of 2,699 according to the 2011 census.
Things to do in Bath
4.5 based on 121 reviews
This is our favorite place to go for dinner. When you pull in to the parking area, the smell will make your mouth water. The menu offers many choices, but we keep going for the Burnt Ends on Thursday nights. I would recommend making reservations, the place is always packed and can be a bit noisy. The food is worth it!
4.5 based on 33 reviews
My kids really like their menu options. Items are named after Southern California areas but the food is like you would find at typical diner, but more sophisticated and better quality. Seasonal special is their pumpkin pancakes. BLT has good quality bacon, cooked thick and crispy. They offer many types of breads for their sandwiches and you can choose. The pumpkin curry coconut soup was velvety and not sweet with a nice bite but not too spicy. Their fries are thick and well seasoned. The flavored coffees are good - I tried mint cappuccino and caramel mocha machiatto and both were super sweet so you might want to ask for less syrup. We didn't wait long for seating or to order and food was served quickly and accurately. All the servers were very quick, professional, and pleasant. A warm and friendly place. We noticed they have a drive-through window I guess for pickups, and nice views of the rolling hills of Moore township. Open every day of the week but they close early at 2pm. We have eaten at almost all restaurants and cafes in the Lehigh Valley and for this type of food, we think this is the best breakfast-lunch you can get in the area.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Producing the finest hand made pastries since 1985. Including our world famous Kiffle Pastry. Everything we bake is hand made from scratch directly in our facility. Family Owned & Operated since 1985. Come taste what you have been missing. :-)
unbelievable little bakery. a little pricey but so worth it . all flavor kiffles, nut tossies , cookies and gooey cinnamon buns. they ship any where and have a store also in the Allentown farmers market.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
The Daily Grind is the caterer of choice for events at the Governor Wolf Historical Society. They are the reason that customers return to our annual Antiques Show and Country Garden Faire. The Daily Grind catering service never disappoints!Thank you for your kind words! We love antiques almost as much as cooking in our kitchen!
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Stopped for ice cream, instead had dinner. Nice place for either. This place is called Blue Moo now. Serve both soft serve and hand dipped ice cream.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Here's the local corner store to go to whenever you run-out of.......or for a great "hand-made" hoagie, pastie, or deli sandwich. This place has it all, & all home-made (including great baked goods & pies)! The very friendly & helpful staff make your experience here most enjoyable.
We use this place for our Christmas and/or New Years' family get-togethers, as they make wonderful party trays, "made to order". And don't forget their Friday call-in, or stop-in complete "to go" dinners, always 2 choices, & always home made, & delicious.
Keep-up the good work gang, & thanks for supporting your local businesses & fund-raisers. We intend to keep supporting your business.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Small place at the top of the hill. You will miss it unless you see the ice cream cone. But don't be mistaken to think it is just pizza and ice cream. They have deserts that will make you return. The portions are large. The quality wow! I used to frequent here for lunch when I worked near by. In 15 years the service, food and quality is still great!
4 based on 29 reviews
A good breakfast, lunch, or dinner doesn't have to empty your wallet. There are many specials offered for all 3 meals 7 days a week. The staff is friendly and take good care of your needs while dining there. A lot of people come every day so it's like a big family dining no matter what time you go. Pretty soon you become part of the family too. Most time the owner is there too greeting patrons so you get the felling that you are important and not a bother. Pumpkin pancakes in the fall are outstanding. The SOS and creamed sausage and biscuits are great too! I'm not a burger person but did try one and it also was very good. Monte Crisco for a friend this AM looked delicious so I'll try that next trip.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Did a quick pickup for dinner tonight. The Triple Delight was really good. Lots of Chinese al dente vegetables with chicken, beef, and shrimp over rice. We have had lo mein and chow mein in the past, but I think we will reorder the delight meal again next visit. The meal fed two adults and one of us will have some leftovers for tomorrow lunch. We do enjoy their meals. The little restaurant does have tables inside.
3.5 based on 30 reviews
I tried this place a few times again after discovering new owners took over the place. I wanted to give the new people a chance. They did clean the place up a bit. On each visit my breakfast was served barely warm. The water for my tea was barely warm too. I kept going back hoping it was just "growing pains" and things would improve. It hasn't. There seems to be a constant turnover of servers. Not a good thing.
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