Dining June 22, 2017
This Restaurant In Pennsylvania Doesn’t Look Like Much – But The Food Is Amazing
Tucked in the charming town of Bethlehem, this unassuming restaurant in Pennsylvania promises an old-fashioned dining experience with good food, friendly service, and lively conversation. Once you dine at the People’s Kitchen, you may make it your regular spot for breakfast and lunch.
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Stop by the People's Kitchen, an unassuming restaurant nestled on a cozy corner, for a delectable breakfast or lunch.
Grab a seat by one of the windows, at the counter, where you can watch the chefs work their magic, or near the hanging TV, a particularly popular spot during sporting events.
Sip a hot cup of coffee or tea as you peruse the generous breakfast and lunch menus.
Try the popular mac and cheese breakfast, a popular twist on an old favorite, that features mac and cheese, bacon, and maple sausage with a potato bottom.
Or, opt for a more traditional breakfast dish, such as pancakes topped with maple syrup, French toast, Aunt Barbara's quiche, or the vegan, the latter of which features scrambled tofu with onions, mushrooms, and green peppers.
Bite down into a scrumptious spicy burger, house burger, or pulled pork sandwich for lunch. Or, if you prefer something a little lighter, choose the People's Salad, a garden salad, or a cucumber salad.
The People's Kitchen also boasts several specialty entrees, including chicken tempura strips, the hummus and bread plate, and flatbread with pulled pork, roasted peppers, cheddar cheese, spinach, and chipotle BBQ sauce.
Order ahead, if you're in a hurry, and take your breakfast or lunch with you.
Experience the quaint charm of this unassuming restaurant Monday through Friday from 6 am. to 3 p.m., Saturday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The People’s Kitchen
639 Linden Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
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