Spring into Easton: Here’s something a little different to try!

For today’s blog post I thought I would do something a little bit different. As many of you know, I am a huge fan of our local downtown district and to that end I wanted to share with you an upcoming event scheduled for this Saturday, April 13th. The Greater Easton Development Partnership (GEDP) in conjunction with the Easton Main Street Initiative (EMSI) is sponsoring their annual Spring into Easton event which takes place downtown from 12 to 4pm. This is a free event and a wonderful opportunity to check out your favorite shops (or discover some new ones) and try a sample from one of Easton’s many wonderful restaurants. It’s basically like a pub crawl but for food!!

The weather is supposed to be beautiful and you can literally pick and choose which establishments you want to pop in to and try a free sample of food. Many of my favorites will be participating: Sette Luna, Bayou, Pie+Tart, 3rd & Ferry, River Grille, State Café, Quadrant, Two Rivers, Mesa Modern, Sweet Girlz, Tierra de Fuego, Porters Pub & Maxim’s…just to name a few, LOL. I’m also looking forward to sampling a few newcomers. Here’s a link to the schedule for this Saturday’s event and as an added bonus, if you pick up a game card in the Center Square and get it stamped with at least 15 locations you can be entered into a drawing to win some nice prizes, including downtown Easton gift cards!


I have attended this event in the past and it is a wonderful way to spend a nice Saturday afternoon. If you’re lucky you might even run into me while I’m out & about during the event.


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