Barry the Baker, the Bakery Nook’s proprietor, cultivated his professional skills at a university. He ran the bakery department at Lehigh University for 13 years—a mere fraction of his experience, which stretches as far back as the line at a particularly efficient DMV: more than 33 years. These days, he offers a traditional, local bakery experience complete with a variety of baked goods made fresh-to-order. He and his team prepare gourmet cupcakes in flavors such as lemon meringue, orange dreamsicle, and German chocolate. Barry and co. add a cavalcade of fresh pastries including turnovers, croissants, and scones. In addition to custom cake designs, they also gladly prepare cannoli, cheesecakes, and a large variety of pie flavors.
Award Winning Victorian Tea Room by day, Country casual elegance by night. Enjoy over 50 flavors of tea as you enjoy a delicious 5 course meal. Bring a few friends, relax and enjoy the afternoon. American Cuisine is the theme in the evening highlighting regional local products. Enjoy a drink at the historic bar to start.
Creamery on Main's troop of gregarious servers dishes out treats for all times of the day, including bagels, sandwiches, and ice cream. Morning munchers can replace their flasks of ground corn flakes with a cereal bar ($2), while lunchtime and dinnertime eaters can wrap mitts around a pulled-turkey, pulled-pork, or hamburger sandwich ($5). Fill upside-down wizard hats with up to four scoops of ice cream ($4.25) before strewing them with various toppings, such as M&M's, peanuts, and Oreo crumbles ($0.50 each for all toppings). Mountain-climbing cherries scale the whipped-cream peaks of ice-cream sundaes ($3.75–$4.50), and patrons can slurp up milk shakes that are blended as liquid likenesses of their favorite ice-cream flavor ($3.50–$4.50). Inside Creamery on Main, inviting pink tones swaddle diners, and full-grown and pintsize tables provide seating for all ages of dairy devotees. Black-and-white snapshots hung up on walls capture moments, including kids happily soothing their throats after getting a tonsillectomy or swallowing a pinecone.