- Centrally located in eastern Poconos. Rooms have 1 king or 2 double beds. Free breakfast, WiFi, indoor swimming pool, fitness center, coin-operated laundry.Turn-of-the-century 300-acre estate. Old fashioned inn with suites, cottages, cabins. Indoor pool, spa, restaurant, lounge.Sweet country inn with seasonal menu featuring local produce in season. Offerings include prime rib, short ribs. Killer view from the deck.Well-appointed, comfortable Hibachi steakhouse and sushi bar. Full bar and the fun of hibachi, with reasonable prices. Good for kids, too.Go Pocono gives you what you to know when you “get to here” (thanks, Tina Fey!) – one of the most beautiful natural spots in America.First-run movies in the local mall. Six films, comfortable seats. Clean theater, reasonable prices.1930s country inn. Tables and booths, fireplaces, river stone bar. Steaks, chops, seafood. Happy hour daily 4-6 pm, half-price appetizers. Outdoor deck.Authentic Colombian food in Main Street storefront. Tacos, empanadas, lunch items, dinner entrees, rotisserie chicken. Take-out, BYOB.Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs w/ premium channels, mini fridges, microwaves, coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add pull-out sofas or whirlpool tubs. Room service.Breakfast, lunch, Stumptown coffee. Salads, pastries, sandwiches. Homemade baked goods. Charming backyard patio.Downtown coffee shop with espresso, cappuccino, latte, and pour-over coffee. Tea, cocoa, smoothies, Italian cream sodas, and a bakery.Wedding celebrations from 35 to 275 people with such a naturally beautiful scenic background, Trout Lake specializes in outdoor ceremonies.Hot dog shop with GMO, gluten, antibiotic, hormone, and nitrate free dogs. Great take on fries. Good for take-out or eat in. Picnic tables in the parking lot.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.Tiny taproom of innovative hard cider maker. Barrel-aged cider, 2 fermenters in the back used to brew specialties. Friday Happy Hour.Unassuming and simple Mexican joint with good food. Jarritos soda, horchatas, tacos, burritos, quesadillas.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. $$$Streetside drive-in serving ice cream and burgers since 1949. Soft and hard ice cream, burgers, baskets. Open from March to Halloween.Cute little shop serving homemade ice cream, sandwiches, soups, salads, baked goods, and coffee on Stroudsburg’s main drag.Forested and intimate mountaintop celebration venue for elopements and micro-weddings. Award-winning celebrant Alisa Tongg. DIY, inexpensive.Friendly service, clean and comfortable rooms. WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges, microwaves. Suites add living areas with pull-out sofas.Charcuterie platters, fondue mac & cheese, soups, sandwiches, desserts. Daily specials. Small town charm, big city sophistication.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.Big barn-like space outfitted as a diner, serving big plates of down-home diner food. Breakfast, burgers, hoagies, entrees, and desserts.Family campground close to the town of Stroudsburg. Cabin, tent, pop-up trailer rentals, seasonal rentals. Full and partial hook-up sites. Group rates.From Algerian to Italian to Thai, ice cream for the kids at Jane’s Eatery, beer for you at the Beer House Cafe. Don’t miss Italian Momento and The Charcuterie.Main Street, downtown Stroudsburg. Philly steaks, burgers, hoagies, stromboli, and beer. Full bar. Take-out or eat in. Beer to go.Old-fashioned roadside stand. Ice cream and quick eats. Burgers, pierogies, waffles and ice cream. Covered patio, picnic tables, playground for kids.1920s theater houses a concert venue that accommodate seated and standing-room-only shows. Full bar, state-of-the-art sound and lighting.Beer store with craft, domestics, and imported brands. Open daily until 9:00 pm, 8:00 pm on Sunday. Cases and kegs of beer, the only drive-thru beer store in the area.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.Jewish co-ed overnight camp featuring sports, arts, and inclusive Jewish programming known for its community of campers, families, staff, and alumni from around the world.Casual fine dining owned and operated by star Chef Nicola Mersini. Pizza, pasta, and an entree list of fine Italian cuisine. Very good wine list. Fantastic food.Indoor go-kart track since 1996. Arcade games, pool table, and snack bar. Must be 54″ tall to ride.Sushi, appetizers, rice bowl, noodles, bento boxes, and entrees that include Teriyaki and Tempura.25 years straight rockin’ the heart of the Poconos with good vibes and love for music and culture. New, used, vintage vinyl & CDs, and more.Dry white and red, semi-sweet, sweet wine, and sangria. They’ve also got beer on draft. Bring your own food. Friendly and welcoming.Robert White designed course built in 1924. 18-hole, par 72, 6700-yard scenic course. Links situated on rolling hills with streams running through them. Restaurant, clubhouse, carts, and club rental.Traditional country inn dining room. Classic American favorites and Italian entrees. Open to the public, weekend buffets, weekend reservations suggested.Basic ShopRite supermarket the size of approximately 400 football fields. Deli, prepared foods, surprisingly good supermarket sushi. Beer and wine to go.Kettle Creek Environmental Center provides classes & events on this gorgeous preserve of old field, deciduous forest, and ponds with 2 1/2 miles of trails.Old-school Mom ‘n Pop Greek diner serving homemade classics that are fresh and cooked to order for over 50 years.Main Street in the heart of downtown. Approx $100/night in season (in 2020). Kids stay free. Hotel has its own parking garage.Satay, dumplings, Pad Thai, Evil Jungle curry, Massaman curry, coconut shrimp, crispy duck, and more. Great for take-out.1/8 mile clay kart racing oval in its 27th season (in 2019) in Stroudsburg, PA. Smooth, fast race track. Races every Friday night from March through October.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.Cute country restaurant with an emphasis on pizza. Casual dining in a friendly atmosphere. Just 3 minutes from downtown Stroudsburg.Grill, sushi bar, live music venue, sports bar. Popular local spot with deck, live entertainment, sports TV at the bar. Kids’ menu.