Potbelly Sandwich Shop

What do antiques and sandwiches have in common? They bring people together. It stood solid. The cast-iron stove a pillar of warmth and comfort. It was the hub, the water cooler if you will, of the late 1800s and early 1900s. It brought people together to share in a source of warmth, meals, and conversation. Today this antique stands as the symbol of Potbelly Sandwich Shop to … Continue reading Potbelly Sandwich Shop

Three Unique Easter Treats in Bethlehem

Whipped cream swirling into the warm cappuccino, a sugar wafer being nestled into a bed of chocolate over marshmallow, and the molded chocolate cameo delicately leaning on the dollop of icing. This Sunday is Easter, whether you celebrate the holiday or not, I’ve found (and tasted) three unique sweet treats in Bethlehem to indulge in as spring blooms! “Peeps”uccino at Billy’s Downtown Diner Price: $4.99 This is … Continue reading Three Unique Easter Treats in Bethlehem

The Goosemen, Inc. – “The Goose”

Most days you have to wait in line.  It starts at the deli case, travels against the wall of coolers, and out the side door – but a line usually implies the food is worth the wait… You overhear weird code names – “The Wambulance”, “Shots”, “Bandsaw”.  Glancing at the menu, you don’t see these names.  Befuddled, you keep looking at the plates being served up wondering … Continue reading The Goosemen, Inc. – “The Goose”