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Named after owner George Meireles’ hometown in Portugal, Valenca adds authentic Portuguese cuisine to Easton’s roster of restaurants. Keep eyebrows in safe proximity while dining on the chourico assado appetizer ($8.95), a Portuguese sausage flambéed tableside with brandy, or order the less flammable caldo verde soup ($5.95), featuring collard greens and potato with sausage. For main dinner courses, the massa de mariscos em molho branco ($23.95) unfurls a seafood linguini topped with clams, mussels, scallops, and shrimp in a cream reduction sauce, while the bife do lombo grelhado ($29.95) is an 8 oz. grilled filet mignon that provides elegance to empty stomach space like an antique Victorian loveseat in a college dorm room. Valenca also vends lunch victuals, with the 8 oz. angus beef burger ($11.95) bedecked in garlic, spinach, caramelized onions, and a Kalamata olive spread, and served on a brioche roll.
Newly opened Trattoria de Simonetta borrows its name from cofounder Phillip Simonetta, previously known for making some of the best sandwiches in Philadelphia. Simonetta has brought his hoagie prowess home with a menu ripe with substantial subs built atop a foundation of fresh bread delivered daily from New York. Representative beasts include the cuban–a toasted alliance of ham, swiss, pickle, sliced pork, and mayo that holds a one party rule over your mouth ($5.25 for 6", $7.25 for 12"). Pizzas allow diners to stockpile toppings like pepperoni, sausage, and bacon ($9.99 for 16", toppings $1.50 each), and the homemade minicannoli moonlights as a refreshingly conspicuous spyglass ($1.50). Hoagies and other deli delights can be consumed in the trattoria's comfortable seating area or ordered for takeout or delivery.
Philly Pretzel Factory's dough-benders hand-twist pretzels and bake them throughout the day to ensure freshness. Party hosts can quell belly rumblings at their next football game or Party of Five cast reunion with a full-size rivet tray. The tray includes approximately 192 bite-sized pretzel nuggets and a choice of three 8-ounce dipping sauces, including melted cheese, honey mustard, and cinnamon dip. The eatery's signature cheesesteak pretzel ($3.25) packs a soft pretzel shell full of real Philly cheesesteak, and the 25-pretzel box comes with a bottle of classic yellow, spicy brown, or hot mustard ($10) so that snackers don't have to listen for the ringing melody of the mustard man's truck. Huddle around spicy pretzel sausages ($2.25) as a source of warmth, or relish a different kind of spice with a cinnamon pretzel ($1.50).
Mothers Bar & Grille kidnaps familiar pub cuisine and takes it on a creative joyride. Fuse the best of breakfast and barbecue with the Mothers burger ($9.99), which lands a fried egg squarely on top of a bacon cheeseburger helipad. Mothers famous wings ($7.99 for 12) arrive sweetly slathered in one of six dipping sauces, including Mothers' notorious suicide sauce. Vegetarians can take refuge in the fresh-mozzarella-and-tomato salad ($6.99), or the garlic fries ($4.99), which splash amid thick puddles of Mothers' homemade garlic sauce. Though brick walls and a lacquered wood bar sweat out classic pub ambience, Mothers is also family friendly, with a kids’ menu of five special dishes free of Lego stacked sandwiches. Under the direction of brothers Phil, Joe, Tony, and Michael Simonetta, patrons working on their synchronized chewing routines are regularly greeted by live local bands weekly, poker tournaments, and even salsa-dancing classes.
Phoenicia dishes out an extensive menu of traditional eastern Mediterranean cuisine that ranges from baba gannouj to baklava during three-course meals. Duets and quartets of diners can synchronize pita swabs of fire-roasted eggplant baba gannouj, or sample other savory appetizers such as spiced armenian sausage sautéed with onions and tomatoes. Marinated, char-broiled kebabs or lamb or jumbo shrimp are served with rice, vegetables, and treatises on primordial man's cooking tactics, and entrees of beef shawarma strut to tables accompanied by pureed garlic sauce, pickles, onions, and pita bread. A lineup of vegetarian entrees includes hand-rolled grape leaves stuffed with rice, vegetables, lemon, and traditional spices, served with a cucumber-yogurt sauce. Disbelievers in the Tooth Fairy's sweet nature can browse the desserts to cull from an edible ensemble of baklava, double chocolate layer cake, tiramisu, and cheesecake.