- A weekend-long event that features hockey, curling demonstrations, ax throwing, spectator games, and live music. It takes place in late January or early February, weather permitting.Magnificent 3,000 acres on the Pocono Plateau that are 1,800 feet above sea level, surrounded by 12,000 acres of the Delaware State Forest.Small-town restaurant. Sandwiches, chili, soups, salads. Dinner menu adds steaks, prime rib, fried chicken, and seafood.This family-owned farm provides fresh vegetables and fruit as well as other locally sourced agricultural products.As country as country gets. Be seated at a picnic table, wooden booth, table, or counter for breakfast, lunch, or dinner or get a cone to go from the dairy bar.Every Saturday from 10 am ’til 2 pm. Vendors will be offering homemade products and locally grown food. The concession stand serves breakfast and lunch.Small late-summer 100-year-old week-long fair in Newfoundland. Food, contests, midway, live music, beer tent. Demolition derby, tractor pull, farm animals.Mountaintop stone mansion built in the 1930s. Luxury accommodations, fine dining, and an upscale spa on the premises.Penny candy and a dizzying array of general store stuff. Tons of baskets, signs, figurines, and tons of randomly selected…stuff.Breakfast/lunch spot in old hotel on a country road. Walls adorned with license plates, huge comfy wooden booths. Service is friendly.A terrific food truck parked on Main Street in Newfoundland. Pizza, cheesesteaks, burgers, daily specials. Highly recommended.Pieces of the Past Antiques is an absolute lollapalooza of STUFF. There’s a shop and 8 outbuildings full of antiques and collectibles.2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.