Delaware Water Gap 18327
- 21 handmade flavors of ice cream, sherbets, and sorbets, 25 different toppings. Peach cobbler, banana pudding, sundaes, and malts.DWGNRA adventure outfitter. Delaware River trips, guided hikes, bike rentals, outdoor gear shop in the town of Delaware Water Gap at the base of the national park.Small, friendly shop with a well-curated inventory of quality outdoor gear. Expert advice from the folks who run Edge of the Woods Outfitters river trips.5-mile round trip hike along the Appalachian Trail starts in the town of Delaware Water Gap and brings you to the top of Mount Minsi for a view of the Delaware River.Nice little family-owned and operated pizza place on Main Street in Delaware Water Gap. Good pizza. Beer & wine.Casual restaurant. Seafood, steaks, and pasta, wings, burgers, and cheesesteaks. Martini list and specialty drinks. Live music.Longest continually running jazz club in U.S. Live music 4/ 5 nights a week. Burgers, quesadillas, Thai ginger salad, sesame Ahi tuna, roast chicken.Art gallery/museum. Regional artists and the history of Delaware Water Gap. Open Sat/Sun afternoon, Memorial Day to Columbus Day.Sushi, ramen, udon, and authentic Japanese street food in a casual, hip atmosphere. Pennsylvania’s first and only sake brewery.Basic budget hotel in Delaware Water Gap, a town that doesn’t have many options. New owners in 2020 say they’re fixing it up. Close to E. Stroudsburg U and at the base of the DWGNRA.Ah, the mighty Delaware and its river towns! Choose a B&B, a cottage resort, a vintage LBGT resort, or a campground in the wild and wonderful river region.Tons of antique, vintage, upcycled, and salvaged items. Hardware, decor, jewelry, and furniture. You can easily spend an afternoon browsing.This historic 1869 4-story hotel is a simple, old-fashioned, romantic kind of place. Jazz club on ground floor is longest continually running jazz club in the U.S.“Family Owned, Quick Serve Authentic Smokehouse BBQ.” Made from scratch with the freshest ingredients and all Prime meat. Casual and fun.Victorian architecture with large windows, grand entranceways, high ceilings in a sweet small river town. Catering available, overall a great place for the do-it-yourselfer.Charming, authentic ice cream parlor, circa 1906. Lunch daily. Sundaes, banana splits, ice cream floats, milkshakes or malteds, waffles with fruit and ice cream.The tiny town of Delaware Water Gap is a frenzy of hikers, paddlers, fishermen, tubers, and cyclists that flock to its trailhead to the Appalachian Trail.