Patch Picks: 5 Places to Have a Good Cup of Coffee

How do you like your java? There's lots of fine places to choose from in the city.

Quadrant Coffeehouse and Bookmart - The classic Easton spot for coffee. Great homemade food, and of course, books. If you haven't been here, you haven't done Easton. 20 North Third St., Easton. 610-252-1188 or on the web.

Third Street Cafe - The new kid on the block. A classy, beautiful place to have a quick bite and good java. 117 North 3rd St., Easton. 610-515-1818 or www.thirdstreetcafeeaston.com

Cosmic Cup - College Hill's own serves a plethora a wonderful beverages, hot and cold, and yummy snacks too. 320 March St., Easton. 610-438-3211 or www.cosmiccupcoffee.com

Terra Cafe - Coffee, coffee drinks and light fare, including wonderful homemade soups. Also the "office" of Easton Patch editor Tom Coombe, in case you're ever looking for him. 321 Northampton St., Easton. 610-330-6900 or www.terracafes.com

Dunkin' Donuts - It's a chain and it's not fancy, but it's got a loyal following of coffee lovers who swear it's the best. Donuts may also be part of the draw...54 Centre Square, Easton. 610-252-0180. Also, 1300 Northampton St., Easton. 610-253-6304. www.dunkindonuts.com

J. Drew Stefancin April 20, 2011 at 05:34 PM
The absolutel best coffee in the Lehigh Valley (or in this case - just outside) is at "Mueller's, Too", a small country general store with a diner inside. It can be found on Route 611 South outside of Williams Township but just before you get to Rigelsville. I don't know what kind of coffee it is, and more importantly - I don't want to know. I just know I've never had anything like it.
J. Drew Stefancin April 23, 2011 at 09:08 PM
Also - no mention of DeJa Brew in South Side Bethlehem? Quick Chek in Alpha? Stemie's Place in Easton? The Mayflower on Broad Street Bethlehem? I'd also like to take this time to remember Main Street Cafe in Hellertown which is no longer with us. Let's hope the rumors are true and they're going to reopen again later this year.
Tom Coombe April 23, 2011 at 10:32 PM
The idea here is to be hyper-local, so we wouldn't have written about Bethlehem places. I haven't been the Mueller's Diner; I've gotten the coffee from the store itself. which was (sorry to say) pretty bad. I'll have to stop for breakfast at the diner.
J. Drew Stefancin April 24, 2011 at 04:39 AM
I'm sorry, you're right. I'm new to Patch and a couple of other organizations I've come across have been centered around the Lehigh Valley as a whole. I couldn't tell you about the store/deli side's coffee but I think I'll stick to the diner's.
Jonathan Gerard April 24, 2011 at 02:14 PM
When you go to the Hunterdon Museum of Art in nearby Clinton, be sure to stop in at CitiSpot across the street. Coffee there is terrific. And Marco makes his own pastries.


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