Acoustic Kitchen presented by IBEW Local 102. Pick up dinner and head to the back of the Market for our Acoustic Kitchen music series! Growing up in rural New Jersey, Lauren Marsh spent many nights driving out to the Jersey Shore to take the stage at beachfront coffee shops, lighting up the crowd with her captivating vocals and heart-on-sleeve songcraft. On her new EP Revival, the 26-year-old singer/songwriter expands on the sound she first honed as a teenager—a piano-driven brand of folk-pop recently revealed in her surprise hit single “Dear Love” and in opening up for legendary “American Pie” singer, Don McLean in New York City.
Please Note: The area behind the Easton Public Market (at Fourth & Church Streets) is currently under construction as the City of Easton makes way for a brand new parking garage! We’re looking forward to expanded parking options and a welcoming new pedestrian plaza right outside our doors. In the meantime, please excuse our appearance. We appreciate your patience and highly recommend that you use the Pine Street parking garage which is a short one block walk down the quaint Bank Street Alley (did we mention that you’l pass Bank Street Creamery along the way?). More parking info
Full of Crepe owners, Mike and Rebecca Pichetto, will serve up nostalgia with a new shop featuring hot dogs, burgers, and shakes! Rod’s Hot Dogs will debut summer 2021, replacing Full of Crepe with Northern Jersey-style fried hot dogs called “rippers”. They will also offer bratwurst, chicken dogs, and even vegan hot dogs. Rounding out the menu will be hand-pressed burgers with ground beef from fellow EPM vendor Saylors & Co, waffle fries, onion rings, and milkshakes made with ice cream from Bank Street Creamery just down the block!