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1117 Jackson St, Easton, PA 18042
BelRidge is a commercial property management firm in downtown Easton. It works to find rental and leasing opportunitiesMore for businesses looking to expand or move into the Easton area. Call for details or an on-site appointment.
Cahill Properties
1 S 3rd St, Easton, PA 18042
Cahill Properties was established in 2006. It is a commercial property management company in downtown Easton. CahillMore Properties manages and leases several commercial properties in the Easton and Wilson areas.
Easton Bus Terminal
35 S 3rd St, Easton, PA 18042
The Easton Bus Terminal in historic downtown Easton at the corner of South 3rd Street and Ferry Street. It is locatedMore next to the Easton Police Department. The terminal serves Trans-Bridge and Greyhound bus lines, among others, and charter services.
Easton Electrical NAPA
915 Northampton St, Easton, PA 18042
NAPA, the National Automotive Parts Association, is a franchise with more than 6,000 stores nationwide, in all fiftyMore states. This location, in downtown Easton, is owned and operated by Easton residents. It carries all products and parts imaginable to repair, maintain or upgrade your vehicle. Parts not in stock can be ordered and delivered to your home.
Multiservicios S & G
741 Northampton St, Easton, PA 18042
Multiservicios S & G is a downtown Easton courier service. The business is located on Northampton Street, nextMore to the Easton Area Schools Administration Building. This company works personally and commercially, carrying to the Easton area and its surrounding boroughs. Spanish is spoken here. 
Phantom of The Attic
56 Centre Sq, Easton, PA 18042
Phantom of The Attic is a small comic book store located right on the center circle in downtown Easton. It's locationMore makes it a convenient walking distance from downtown Easton's  main attractions like the Crayola Store. This store carries all the classic favorites of DC and Marvel Comics.
American Dollar
323 Northampton St, Easton, PA 18042
American Dollar is a grocery and home goods store, located in downtown Easton. It carries an array of products atMore discount prices, including fresh produce and frozen foods.
Paradise Club
508 W Canal St, Easton, PA 18042
Paradise Club is a private, members-only social club minutes from downtown Easton. 
Valenca Restaurant
64 Centre Sq, Easton, PA 18042
Located in downtown Easton, this restaurant serves a range of delightful entrees ranging from American, to Italian andMore Portuguese. Come sit on the outside and enjoy the city atmosphere.
Easton Cafe
125 Northampton St, Easton, PA 18042
The Easton Cafe is conveniently located on Northampton Street, just steps from the Northampton StreetMore Bridge coming from Phillipsburg. Despite the name, Easton Cafe is actually a bar with an inviting atmosphere. It might be a little easy to miss because the building doesn't stand out, but one of the perks to Easton Cafe is that in the busy atmosphere of downtown, it still has plenty of free off-street parking.
Downtown Dawg
77 N 4th St, Easton, PA 18042

Opened in the spring of 2013, Downtown Dawg is a take-out/delivery hot dog joint along North Fourth Street inMore downtown Easton.

Owned by Nate Haschak, the small eatery prides itself on its delivery service, and its late (3 a.m.) weekend hours.

Easton Corner Food Market
357 Northampton St, Easton, PA 18042
Easton Corner Food Market is a convenience store offering visitors a selection of snack foods, phone cards and lotteryMore tickets. It's conveniently located on the corner of 4th Street and Northampton, just one short block from the city circle. The store is within easy walking distance of the downtown attractions and shops.
The Grand Eastonian
140 Northampton St, Easton, PA 18042
The Grand Eastonian Suites Hotel is located in historic downtown Easton. The building was formerly the Grand EastonMore hotel, then a luxury condominium building, then in 2008 became an extended-stay hotel. Daily, weekly and monthly rates are available.
Trinity Baptist Church
635 Centre St, Easton, PA 18042
This congregation was known as Second Baptist Church, which met on South Sixth Street in downtown Easton, until a fireMore destroyed the building in 2003. One year later, the parishoners moved to a vacant church on Easton's South Side, the former home of St. Peter's United Church of Christ. Trinity is led by the Rev. Clarence Clark.
Green Harvest Food Emporium
140 Northampton St, Easton, PA 18042
The Green Harvest Food Emporium is located inside the Grand Eastonian Suites Hotel in historic downtown Easton. ItMore prides itself on using local produce and breads in its gourmet deli, and recycled fixtures and items throughout the store. It is owned by Easton resident Doreen Repsher, who believes in a green lifestyle and uses her deli to spread awareness.