Trexlertown (also Trexlerstown) is a census-designated place in Upper Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United States. It lies in the Lehigh Valley between Breinigsville and Wescosville. As of the 2010 census the population was 1,988 residents.
5 based on 13 reviews
Two locations, Trexlertown and Kuhnsville (off Tilghman near Blue Barn Rd).
Solid cup of joe with many variations - I like their pumpkin spice latte better than Starbucks! AMAZING pastries from Emmaus Bakery but get there before mid-morning or they are already sold.
If I'm out and about in these two areas and clamor for some coffee, I always stop here over Starbucks. Super friendly baristas ready to serve with a smile and small talk.
4.5 based on 105 reviews
The Chocolate Shoppe has festively decorated rooms overflowing with handmade chocolates, hard candies and gift collectibles. The Creamery Shoppe offers over 40 homemade ice cream flavors and the Bakery Shoppe is filled with freshly made pies, dessert delicacies, and cakes.
Stopped here for ice cream with a group tour. Walked through the candy shop(S!!!) and then to the ice cream. Had never seen so many flavors. . . as in "Salted Caramel with Milk Chocolate Pieces." Oh my -- absolutely delicious! There's a very cute shaded patio with tables where you can enjoy your ice cream outside. Didn't have time to see all the chocolates . . . but let me tell you . . . they filled several rooms. Great stop!!!!!
4 based on 113 reviews
This is my go-to place for breakfast, because the omelette ingredients are fresh and the toast is actually toasted and good ( not soggy like some places). But recently I’ve tried it for lunch and dinner, and both times was surprised how good it was. The Greek salad with chicken is wonderful...the chicken is marinated and oh so tender. I had crab cakes, which were better, nicely than many “fine” restaurants. My husband was very happy with his fish tacos.
4 based on 92 reviews
Legendary Food, Legendary Service
I'm giving the full five stars because the overall experience the last time we visited was very good, but Texas Roadhouse, with the exception of Applebee's, has to be the most aggressive at up-selling during meal service.
I see now that they advertise their "loaded" options on the table cards, but they still sneak one in...
When you order a salad, the waitress says, "Is tomato, cheese, croutons, and bacon okay?" She lists them as if, "Is there anything that you don't want?" (My daughter holds the tomato.)
It turns out that the bacon is an up-charge. It is only 50 cents, and I'm sure most people don't complain, but this practice is very underhanded.
Kudos to Texas Roadhouse for developing a clever and unethical way to pad a dinner bill.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
What a great little resturant hidden in a strip mall. Delicious food and friendly service. I tried the tabboulieh and was it great! A parsley and tomato salad dressed with a delightfully zesty dressing. I will be back for more.
3.5 based on 24 reviews
We decided to stop and get some Ice Cream before the night set in on our long trip home and hit the Allentown Friendly's in Pennsylvania. The place looked really nice and though I didn't eat any food, I have eaten in many other Friendly's and they are always terrific.
We decided on the Hunka Chunka Peanut Butter Fudge ice cream. WOW!!! Seriously one of the best tasting ice creams I think I've ever had. I looked for it in the store the other day but couldn't find the same flavor though.
I think we should have gotten a little larger scoops since we ordered the double scoop and spent $15 on 4 cones in total. Not sure if it would be something you would want to do all the time due to price but for a pass through it wasn't bad.
4 based on 152 reviews
A hopping place in Fogelsville! We stopped in for dinner on Wednesday night about 5PM and there was quite a large crowd in the bar area. The dining rooms are very nice and clean. The waitstaff attentive. The food was presented nicely, large portions, and cooked to perfection. Wish we lived closer!
4.5 based on 46 reviews
The only place around here to get good bagels. Good sandwiches and the muffins are my kids favorites. A bit pricey for some of the items, but worth it if you want a great bagel
4.5 based on 362 reviews
At Cali Burrito we aim to provide the healthiest, best tasting food possible in a minimum amount of time. Founders Shawn and Nick wanted to bring the Cali vibe to the Lehigh Valley after living in California for 10 years. The idea for the restaurant was born out of numerous surf trips up and down the California coast. So sit back, enjoy a burrito and feel that mellow Cali vibe. Our food is fresh, our flavor bold. Just let us know if you want some heat! We use locally made organic tofu from Fresh Tofu, Inc., environmentally friendly sugar cane plates and 'plasticware', 0 gm. transfat vegetable frying oil, local organic produce in season and organic coffee. We don't use lard or MSG. Feel Free to B.Y.O.B
Not sure how it got ranked so high on TripAdvisor?? Saw the high rating, so thought about seeing what the hype was about this place. It is like a Chipole or other fast food Mexican place. You wait in line to order, then you either sit down at a table or wait at a bench for your order to go. They call your number and bring you the food. They have a new location and it is nice, but nothing great. Have to walk in the mud to get to the sidewalk from the parking lot in back. My wife did not like their tortilla chips - some were thick and greasy and others were normal. They have 4 different salsas and other sauces to give a kick to the food. There are vegan choices as well. I would visit again IF I was in the area, but not go out of my way to visit the place.
4 based on 175 reviews
That is the word I see most often in reviews of Cracker Barrels. And it's true, all across the country. The food is consistently good. I have always enjoyed having a big breakfast any time of the day or night, and Cracker Barrel always delivers, and with items that I can't get as many places out west (especially grits).
This time I was on my way back to Newark airport from visiting in PA, and craved a hearty dinner. The meat loaf dinner satisfied my appetite in a big way. For my sides I chose hashbrown casserole, turnip greens, and fried apples. I also got a biscuit and jelly. Portions were generous, of course, which is normal for Cracker Barrel; I ate as much as I could, since I couldn't take leftovers with me.
My server Cotey (yes, an unconventional spelling), deserves mention. He is a polite, friendly young man who professionally and responsibly checked on me several times to make sure everything was okay. (Here's hoping that his supervisor sees this.) Thanks to Cotey for making my stop a pleasant one.
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