Food in Pennsylvania


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  • Capital Teas
    To say Capital Teas? founders, Manelle and Peter Martino, know tea might be a bit of an understatement. Fifth-generation tea merchant Manelle?s great-great-grandfather, Francis Van Reyk, was a Dutch tea planter who immigrated in the 1870s to present-day Sri Lanka, where he planted and managed the Diyagama Tea Estate, from which the Martinos now source their Great Grandfather?s tea. Manelle?s family has been in the tea trade ever since, a tradition she has carried to her own specialty tea business, which has boutique locations throughout the Washington D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland area. Additionally, Peter has become a popular speaker at World Tea Expos, where he frequently educates and inspires the tea world. In addition to tea from Sri Lanka, Capital Teas carries more than 200 loose teas and herbal infusions from 18 countries including India, China, Japan, Malawi, and Kenya. A sniffing wall dispenses wafts of black, oolong, and green teas, and knowledgeable employees drift around the store?s tasting stations to explain each flavor?s nuances. Capital Teas also pairs customers with accompaniments such as teapots, infusers, treats, and artisanal honey. In-store patrons may sample free tea samples?which are brewed fresh daily?while online purchasers receive a free sample with every order, in addition to earning rewards points by using the Capital Teas mobile app.
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    1804 Chestnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Pittsburgh Popcorn
    Pittsburgh Water Limo?s fleet of Coast Guard?certified water taxis have ushered patrons down each of Pittsburgh?s three rivers since 1999. At the helm, captains combining more than 150 years of experience oversee safe transport as guests imbibe beer, wine, or bottled water while the skyline steadily rolls past. The taxis charter regular trips to Pirates and Steelers games or ferry passengers looking to sightsee the city.
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    822 Liberty Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Cottage Spice Co
    Jan N. Widerman, MaxAesthetics' medical director and a 28-year board-certified physician, leads a team of licensed aestheticians and laser technicians as they give youth a curtain call with a full spectrum of medical-based skin and beauty treatments. Dr. Widerman utilizes his certification in injectables such as Botox and Juvéderm to tackle evidence of aging, and laser technicians wield Soprano XL and Pixel laser technology to retexturize skin. Nourishing facials, microdermabrasions, and body peels feature Rhonda Allison's plant-based palette of enzymes, toners, and exfoliants. Rounding out the center's complete devotion to beauty cultivation, a board-certified permanent-makeup technician stands by to refurnish clients' most visible traits. Massage services, like a box of ice cream on top of a bowl of cherries, enhance the experience by giving the spirit a chance to glow as brightly as the skin.
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    1736 W Allen St
    Allentown, PA US
  • Big Bear Of Langhorne
    Big Bear Natural Foods has been a family owned grocery store since 1971. Dedicated to bringing our communities both healthy and natural alternatives to the foods we eat everyday!
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    1246 E Lincoln Hwy
    Langhorne, PA US
  • Red Brick Bakery and Tea Room
    Locals head to Red Brick Bakery and Tea Room for an innovative take on bakery favorites. Both low-fat and gluten-free options are available here. Not a popular place for dress-up dining, most Red Brick Bakery and Tea Room patrons come in casual attire. For the tastes of Red Brick Bakery and Tea Room from the comfort of your next party, the bakery also offers catering services. Drivers will embrace the number of street and lot parking choices close to Red Brick Bakery and Tea Room. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Red Brick Bakery and Tea Room.
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    55 N Main St
    Red Lion, PA US
  • Through The Looking Glass
    Through the Looking Glass’s culinary wizards deftly silence hunger pangs with meticulously prepared lunch and dinner menus of upscale fare, welcoming diners to bring along their favorite libations within an eatery emanating romantic vibes. Pairs of midday munchers can bridge the gap between breakfast and second lunch with a leisurely lunch that kicks off with sizzling spoonfuls of soup, such as a zing-infused crab soup with cayenne pepper. Then, mouth dive into a petite filet-mignon sandwich that snuggles grilled tenderloin, sautéed mushrooms, and grilled peppers into the embrace of homemade bread, or sate herbivorous cravings sans chlorophyll injections with a portobello-mushroom salad dappled with sun-dried tomatoes.
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    111 Broadway
    Jim Thorpe, PA US
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