Coopersburg is a borough in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is a suburb of Allentown in the Lehigh Valley region of the state. Lehigh County is included in the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the New York City-Newark, New Jersey, NY-NJ-CT-PA Combined Statistical Area.
Things to do in Coopersburg
4.5 based on 252 reviews
The crab cakes and Mushroom soup were simply amazing. I will go back here, but only for special occasions as the prices are high, but well worth their cost. Servers are very pleasant and food is great.
4.5 based on 153 reviews
We have been going to this diner for over 20 years. The menu is huge, something for everyone. We go there for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Never have a problem finding something delicious to eat!
4.5 based on 131 reviews
I love the coffee it is always the best and the choc chip muffins are so good. It is a little hard to get in the drive thru in the morning it is very busy. The donuts are always soft and delicious. The donut holes are also good. The prices are really not that high.
4.5 based on 345 reviews
I have been wanting to visit Bolete for a few years. My wife is not a fan of French food, so never top of the list on date night. Finally convinced to her to come along. We arrived just a few minutes early, and decided to wait on a better table. The place is very quaint, and full of character. Not very big, but tables are spaced such they don’t feel cramped. Started with drinks in the bar. They were good, although could have been colder. The wait staff is exceptionally friendly and attentive, and were more than accommodating for my wife’s selective taste. I started with Foie Gras, which was not listed, but Chef still had a piece available. My wife started with chips from the bar. Both were very good. The Foie gras was gilled, and served with a bed of greens and polenta, the combination was excellent. My wife chips were also very good. For main course, my wife ordered ribeye steak and I ordered wild bass. The bass was exceptional, and served over a bed of squash, mushrooms and bacon. The flavor of the sauce was amazing. My wife’s steak was cooked perfectly, and server with mashed potatoes. The steak was good, not great. For a ribeye, did not have as much taste, and was a little tough. The potatoes were very good. The biggest disappointment was the wine. The wine list is very limited, and the nicer bottle we ordered was just average. I did find out later can bring your own, although with a $25 corking fee. That seems a little high. For dessert, had the chocolate mousse tart and two coffees. The dessert was very good, although the coffee was a little weak. I also ask myself, would I recommend and would I go back. The answer is yes to both. The rating of 4 vs 5, is that it was not the perfect meal for the reasons I list above, but that doesn’t take away from the fine food being served.
4.5 based on 168 reviews
I must say I didn't know what to expect of Braveheart. I thoroughly enjoyed our visit though. Jess was our server and she was absolutely fabulous. She answered all of our questions and give us suggestions also. It's very refreshing to see someone enjoy her job. We started off with cocktails and the key lime martini was great. We also had the Creamsicle martini which was very good too. This was the last day of restaurant week so there were three course specials for only $15 which was a great deal. Shepherds pie the fish and chips the Bridie Meals were all excellent.
There is also an extensive beer list which made my husband very happy too. Very wonderful night, very good experience definitely check out Braveheart.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
So me and my friends had a huge exam and so afterwards we rewarded ourself a with some ice cream. I want to start off by saying that I'm not from PA, I am from CT and if anyone know anything about Pralines, I am telling you it is better than that. Honest to god, they have more flavors and it's absolutely to die for.
4 based on 171 reviews
A glass enclosed keg room with 16 different draft beers, a three-story glowing tequila tower surrounded by 80 varieties of tequila, and a wall of hand painted sugar skulls from Mexico are just the beginning of your experience at Torre! The margaritas are the freshest you will find - made with fresh squeezed lime juice - and the five different types of guacamole come made-to-order for your whole table to enjoy. Our menu is perfect for sharing: why choose from house-smoked pulled pork nachos, Prime skirt steak and citrus tequila shrimp fajitas when you can try it all? A variety of gluten free items, vegetarian dishes and a Kids Menu with a twist make Torre a place everyone can enjoy. Top off your meal with one of our delicious desserts - like churros, tres leches cake with avocado ice cream and Mexican hot chocolate - or grab a seat at the bar to taste a flight of premium tequilas. It's a Mexican fiesta with a modern twist that's fun, bold, and upbeat: a must-visit in the Lehigh Valley.
The blue corn calamari was awesome I could make a meal of that. The salad was underdressed but fresh. I probably should have asked for more dressing. Service was great very pleasant wait staff. My vegetarian friend didn't have much to choose from they gave her a vegetarian menu that had meat on everything and was told they could substitute beans. If you are going to have a separate vegetarian menu take the meat off of it, don't cut and paste and then have a disclaimer.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
We found this place by wandering around an open-air mall. My daughter-in-law eats gluten-free and the food looked great so we gave it a try.
The savory crepes we had for dinner were delicious; the fillings just in the perfect proportion.
The dessert crepes were extraordinary and cooked peerfectly, using the same technique on the streets of Paris.
My mouth is watering, just writing this review!
4 based on 141 reviews
Great happy hour at the bar or high tops. Margaritas and fried avocado can't be beat! Out favorite place to go on a Friday night without the kids although it's great for families too.
4 based on 152 reviews
There on a Tuesday night; not crowded. Choices include hibachi style dining or traditional. Traditional included variety of sushi or entrees, primarily seafood. Service was very good; personable and attentive. Food was presented well and tasteful. Had Bento box for dessert which included a variety of small desserts.
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