The Easton Public Market – the Valley’s only public market — is a go-to destination for foodies including a butchery, seafood monger, artisan bakery, imported cheese purveyor, café, chocolatier, farm stand, noodle bar, craft brews, artisan wine, wood-fired pizza, crepes and BBQ.
Meet our Easton Public Market family – a passionate group of entrepreneurs, farmers and chefs who are committed to their craft:
3rd & Ferry Fresh Fish
Since its opening in April 2016 at the Easton Public Market, 3rd & Ferry Fresh Fish has been offering the freshest selection of seafood in the area, along with freshly prepared specialties like crab cakes and stuffed shrimp that are ready to take home for easy cooking. Other offerings that make it easy for you to serve a delicious seafood dinner to your family and friends, are housemade items like cooked shrimp, lobster bisque and cole slaw.
Barred & Broody Bakery
Dedicated to using quality ingredients that are locally sourced and organic whenever possible, the heartfelt goal of Barred and Broody is to provide customers of the Easton Public Market with shamelessly delicious sweets and baked goods made fresh daily. Their bakery items are rebelliously rich, natural and decadent. So sit back and savor the sweet creaminess of their frosting or the flakiness of their pies, knowing each delicious bite is helping support local farmers. Farm fresh ingredients / shamelessly delicious: cookies, muffins, pies, pot pies, cakes and pastries.
From Belgium… to Clinton… to the cover of Edible Jersey, and the pages of the The New York Times … to the Easton Public Market! Master Chocolatier Jean-Paul Hepp and his staff at Chocodiem offer exquisite chocolates handcrafted in the Belgian tradition, along with hot chocolate, macarons, mousse and more.
Dundore & Heister
Dundore & Heister – Local, Pastured and Organic Meats — is a whole animal butcher who practices the nearly lost art of true craft butchery. All of D&H’s butchers are trained by the famous Fleisher’s Butchery School in Brooklyn. D&H sells beef, pork, chicken and lamb as well as charcuterie, sausages and prepared foods including rotisserie chicken, soups, stews, and bone broth. Their offerings also include delicious freshly made sandwiches and salads.
A market within a market, the Farmstand carries a full array of fresh produce: cooking greens, salad greens, roots, mushrooms, fruit, herbs, and microgreens; and for home cooking: fresh pastas, dried pastas, sauces, spreads, salts, pickled vegetables, kim chi, fruit butters, dried beans, flours, oats, groats, cornmeal, popcorn, ancient grains, dairy milk, raw milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, cream cheese, eggs, fresh mozzarella, frozen produce, frozen pizzas, soups, honey, maple syrup, potted plants, starter plants, bouquets, and cut flowers!
Fieldstone Coffee Roasters and Tea Leaf
The Lehigh Valley’s first coffee roaster is a mainstay at the Easton Public Market (and the Easton Farmers’ Market too)! With their roots firmly planted in freshly roasted Fair Trade Organic coffees, owners Kristina and Kevin and their baristas serve up iced coffee on tap, fresh roasted hand poured coffees, espresso drinks, after-dinner coffees, and a selection of specialty foods that complement your beverage selection! Fieldstone Tea Leaf has over 30 types of loose leaf teas, the largest selection of the highest grade teas in the Valley! When visiting Fieldstone, check out their bagged coffee beans and coffee growlers so you can enjoy Fieldstone’s delicious variety of roasts at home.
Full of Crepe
Ashley Caldwell, owner of Full of Crepe, says, “Fresh ingredients made-to-order speaks to everyone,” and the creperie’s market menu does just that by featuring fresh, local and seasonal ingredients sourced from local farms and vendors. A variety of sweet, savory, gluten-free and vegan crepes, made-to-order, individually wrapped and served in a crepe holder – a delicious way to enjoy local and fresh!!
Mister Lee’s Noodles
A farm-to-table noodle bar from Lee and Erin Chizmar of Bolete Restaurant. The noodle bar offers seasonally sourced ingredients for noodle soups like you have never tasted before. Although inspired by the traditions of ramen, Mister Lee’s is anything but traditional. Think fun, whimsical, delicious.
More Than Q Barbecue
More Than Q Barbeque Company is one of the East Coast’s top barbecue destinations, serving up delicious, smoked meats along with seasonal, fresh, Texas-style southern sides. From brisket to smoked sausage, ribs, burnt end baked beans, collard greens, cheesy grits and more, More Than Q uses only fresh, seasonal ingredients and select cuts of meat, making their delicious Texas-style BBQ the perfect barbecue experience.
Olive with a Twist
Olive With A Twist! Proprietors Brian Terry and Chris Robinson offer shoppers a carefully curated selection of the finest organic olive oils (sourced from Northern California), balsamic vinegars, imported cheeses, pate and a large variety of sweet and savory gourmet delights including olives, pasta sauce , dried pasta and crackers along with beautiful wooden serving pieces and fine-crafted cookery.
Beer, Bread and Pizza from the Ground Up.
Featuring ShawneeCraft beer, on tap or by the bottle, and wood-fired artisan pizza topped with farm fresh tomatoes and herbs, mushrooms, specialty meats and hand-pulled mozzarella. Look for sourdough bread and handmade Bavarian pretzels, too.
The TAZA Stop
Taza means fresh in Arabic and Tim and Hala Bonner are all about offering healthy, authentic, freshly prepared Egyptian inspired cuisine. Following in the success of The Taza Truck, The Taza Stop offers fresh Egyptian cuisine with beef and chicken options that are all certified Halal, as well as several tasty vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free main dishes, salads, sides, and desserts! Menu items include Falafel, Shawarma, Goulash, Kushari and more. All TAZA STOP offerings are available for eat in or take out, along with their catering items for at home entertaining.
Tolino Vineyards is a family owned and operated nine acre vineyard and winery located on a beautiful farmland hillside near Bangor PA. The Tolino family is committed to growing the finest grapes and preserving the pristine rural landscape while hand crafting artisanal wines. Their passion for wine making grew out of their agrarian roots, their strong Italian heritage and their love of spending time and sharing a glass of wine with family and friends.