- Wild-caught seafood from the Fulton Fish Market at Hunt’s Point in the Bronx for 30 years. Fresh delicious fish, friendly owner.
- 18-hole nautical theme featuring a lighthouse, water feature, tall reed grasses, and roped piers. Ice cream/snack bar.
- Willie-Wonka inspired candy store offering a huge selection of candy, soda, and gifts on Main Street in downtown Stroudsburg. Packed from floor to ceiling with bulk candy.
- Antiques and collectibles in historic 1903 structure. 22,000 SF of floor space, over 125 dealers in furniture, art, books, ephemera, glassware, lighting, vintage clothing, primitives, more.
- Roadside drive-in serving ice cream and burgers since 1949. Soft/ hard ice cream, burgers, baskets. March-Halloween.
- Mountain View Vineyard, Winery, Brewery & Distillery is all of these. Charcuterie board, flatbreads, sandwiches.
- Cute country restaurant with an emphasis on pizza. Casual dining in a friendly atmosphere. Just 3 minutes from downtown Stroudsburg.
- American fare, full bar. Burgers, cheesesteaks, hangar steak, salmon, diver scallops, and pasta. Lunch entrees include a shaved ribeye panini.
- Tex-Mex joint on Main Street. Menu is typical for small-town American joint. Outdoor seating. Not particularly recommended.
- Breakfast all day. Pancakes, french toast, omelets, eggs, home fries. Lunch menu includes sandwiches and salads.
- Forested, intimate, magical mountaintop celebration venue for elopements and micro-weddings. DIY, inexpensive.
- Tiny shop, breakfast sandwiches, bagels, french toast, omelets. Hot/ cold sandwiches, cheesesteaks, Reubens. Smoothie bar.
- Seasonal fruits, vegetables, and flowers. You can also buy homemade bread, baked goods, and honey. Open Saturdays May – October.
- Tour the winery to learn about how the wines are produced. Settle into the wine bar and sip on artisanal wines while indulging in a seasonal cheese plate.
- 9 bedrooms, 12 beds, and 6 full bathrooms for up to 16 guests. Indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, game room. Bring Fido!
- Sweet country inn with seasonal menu featuring local produce in season. Offerings include prime rib, short ribs. Killer view from the deck.
- 3.2 miles through upland oak/pine forests and open fields along the Kittatinny Ridge, good for hiking, fishing, and cross-country skiing.
- Leads to the original railroad crossings in Big Pocono State Park. Fantastic view. Bikes, horses, skis, and snowshoes are permitted. Bring your dog!
- This small town is the big town of the Pocono Mountains. Well, it’s as big as it gets here in “the heart of the Poconos”, population 6,000.
- Main Street in the heart of downtown. Approx $100/night in season (in 2020). Kids stay free. Hotel has its own parking garage.
- Retro-rustic creekside beauty. 1 bedroom, 1 bath. This peaceful, fully equipped house features design that takes you back to a simpler time. Bring Fido!
- Owners were convicted in 2020 of sex and drug trafficking. Place in generally bad shape. Property must be forfeited, so who knows? We’ll keep you updated.
- 1920s theater is concert venue that accommodates seated and standing-room-only shows. Full bar, state-of-the-art sound and lighting.
- All-American hometown diner. Prices are unbelievably low, all of the classics are homemade, including pies and cakes. Breakfast all day. Kids’ menu, booth seating, lots of room.
- Cozy wine bar in Courthouse Square. Estate grown wines, cocktails, and local beers on tap. Wine to go, tastings, flights, and by the glass. Outdoor seating, live music.
- Breakfast, lunch, and dinner items along with bakery goods for dining in the café, and packaged to go.
- In tIhe heart of Delaware Water Gap Nat’l Rec Area. Private suites, king-size beds, jacuzzis, hot tubs, fireplaces. Breakfast included. Good for special occasions like bridal showers. $$$
- Originally from Brooklyn, they make dough from scratch and in a wood-fired pizza oven. Truly great, and they’ll come to you!
- Upscale Irish pub in an old bank building in the heart of downtown. 30 beers on tap, Irish specialties on lunch and dinner menus, Irish breakfast served all day.
- Old-fashioned roadside stand. Ice cream, quick eats. Burgers, pierogies, waffles and ice cream. Covered patio, picnic tables, playground.
- Country inn serves classic American favorites and Italian entrees. Open to public, weekend buffets, weekend reservations suggested.
- Centrally located in eastern Poconos. Rooms have 1 king or 2 double beds. Free breakfast, WiFi, indoor swimming pool, fitness center, coin-operated laundry.
- Both upscale and cozy, this steakhouse serves tapas, shareable plates & drinks. Hand-cut prime steaks and seafood. Outdoor seating area. $$$$
- Wine tours, brew tours, historic trolley rides, and day trips. Ride the historical trolley for an entertaining ride through the area.
- Beekeepers make bath bombs, soaps, moisturizers, scrubs, lotion bars, sprays, and their own bug repellant. They also sell candles and honey.
- Family campground close to Stroudsburg. Cabin, tent, pop-up trailer rentals, seasonal rentals. Full/partial hook-up sites.
- Casual, pretty golf course with a range that has 8 covered stalls and 8 uncovered stalls with several grass tees and putting and chipping green.
- 61.5-acres of a section of the Pocono Creek with Class A wild trout waters. Thickets of old-growth rhododendron, colonies of spring wildflowers, and wetland habitats.
- Burgers, Guinness beef stew, fish ‘n chips, lots of live music and a friendly staff in an authentic Irish bar on Stroudsburg’s Main Street.
- Busy Portuguese BBQ with Latin twist. Cuban, steak, pulled pork sandwiches. Tacos, salmon, steaks, fish.
- Unassuming and simple Mexican joint with good food. Jarritos soda, horchatas, tacos, burritos, quesadillas.
- Old-school Mom ‘n Pop Greek diner serving homemade classics that are fresh and cooked to order for over 50 years.
- 100 scenic acres of forests and open space to explore. Fish in McMichaels Creek. Tube and kayak. Dogs are welcome.
- Main Street old-school pizza joint. Lots of pies, stromboli, calzone, chicken Parm and Piccata, hot and cold subs.
- Go Pocono gives you what you want to know when you “get to here” (thanks, Tina Fey!) – one of the most beautiful natural spots in America.
- In downtown’s Courthouse Square, Sat 8:00 am ’til noon, May through Nov, rain or shine. Get your morning coffee and a bite to eat.
- Robert White designed course built in 1924. 18-hole, par 72, 6700-yard scenic course. Links situated on rolling hills with streams.
- Owners are straight outta Sicily. Neopolitan and Sicilian pies, tons of entrees, kids menu. Homemade cannoli and tiramisu.
- Very good Thai food & cocktails. Large, comfortable dining room, outdoor deck with view for miles.
- Basic ShopRite supermarket the size of approximately 400 football fields. Deli, prepared foods, surprisingly good supermarket sushi. Beer and wine to go.