Where to Eat, Shop, Play and Stay in Scranton!
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A little Nosh & a few Sips…nom nom nom
326 N. Washington St. | 570-342-4517 | Homemade and delicious kosher items for breakfast and lunch. Known for their reuben sandwiches, huge pancakes and morning bagels.
515 Center St. | 570-955-0130 | If you are looking for a place to have a great cup of espresso, a lite bite and delicious macaroons, this is the place. A coffee shop vibe on a hidden Scranton street.
126 Franklin Ave. | 570-955-0176 | Ale Mary’s has a great selection of unique bar food and seasonal drinks. The atmosphere is casual and open, the prices are reasonable, they have live music on certain nights, and it is a great place to get together with friends.
523 Linden St. | 570-955-0192 | Backyard offers over 450 micro, craft and imported beers. They also have 28 rotating drafts, classic pub style food, and take away beer! It also has the largest area for seating outside, perfect in the summer, heated in the winter!
131 N Washington Ave. | 570-871-4179 | Bar Pazzo uses only the freshest ingredients with a large portion of their menu coming directly from their two Mugnaini wood fired ovens. You can enjoy a glass of wine, pizza, and freshly made pasta dishes. It’s a casual dining atmosphere perfect for lunch, a dinner date, or a special family occasion.
323 N Washington Ave. | 570-851-2017 | Authentic Turkish experience that includes freshly made pastries, crepes, baklava, simits, boreks, soups, lunch specials, Turkish coffee & tea!
301 N. Washington Ave. | 570-955-5290 | Carl Von Luger’s has an elegant atmosphere, an excellent menu for both lunch & dinner. If you want a steak, this is the place to go!
505 Linden St. |570-344-0360 | Delicious Pizza , Calzones, Stromboli, hot and cold hoagies, wings, pasta, fresh salads and daily soup specials.
300 Spruce St. | 570-871-4137 | Downtown Deli has a great selection of sandwiches and salads, as well as other lunch style foods. It has a great downtown location, an open floor plan, and is perfect for a quick lunch or a casual sit down.
344 Adams Ave. | 570-969-1606 | Eden is a very cute restaurant that is completely vegetarian and vegan. It is a great place to try new twists on old favorites, like pulled “pork”.
119 Jefferson Ave. | 570-344-4030 | Kildare's has a great atmosphere, an extensive selection of domestic, international and craft beers, traditional Irish & American pub food, good night life & weekly events.
501 Linden Street| Linden Street Bistro features creative and delicious daily specials! Open for both breakfast and lunch with delivery available downtown. Try one of their delicious specialty sandwiches, burgers, salads or rice bowls. They also feature many vegan menu items.
536 Spruce St. | 570-342-3200 | Northern Light has a hip atmosphere, creative beverages, and is a relaxing place to hang out with friends, go to study, or chill with a cup of coffee.
244 Adams Ave. | 570-341-9600 | Osaka is a traditional Japanese restaurant with lunch and dinner menus including Hibachi, sushi, and other specials. You could order ahead of time, or enjoy a meal at their location.
303 North Washington Ave. | 570-346-2290 | Pizza by Pappas is the place to go if you are looking for pizza, sandwiches, grinders, soups and more. They were voted best original pizza in Northeast PA, best place to dine with kids in Lackawanna County and more!
317 Linden St. | 570-348-1133 | A family business that has built a reputation for a great lunch in Scranton. Salads, sandwiches and soups-all homemade-all delicious.
404 North Washington Ave | 570-397-0709 | POSH offers classic American cuisine and an elegant, fine dining experience in a historical setting. Enjoy favorite cocktails, farm-to-table selections, and daily lunch and dinner specials!
222 Wyoming Ave. | 570-871-4190 | From house-infused vodkas to unique & fresh menu items that are sure to please, Terra Preta has a great selection of farm-to-table dishes and is two shops down the street from NOTE!
349 Adams Ave. | 570-344-2240 | Friendly wait staff with authentic thai cuisine at your fingertips. Noodle bowls, curry dishes and some of the best pad thai around. BYOB and family friendly.
309 North Washington Ave. | 570-963-7745 | Thai Thai offers great service and a great menu! The price range is very affordable and the staff is extremely friendly.
341 Adams Ave. | 570-341-6761 | The Bog is a local watering hole where you can relax and hangout to good tunes. Known for great bands on the weekends and a wide selection of craft brews.
244 Penn Ave. | 570-344-3388 | A great selection of wines and spirits can be found at The Keys. Lite fare and live music with friendly staff and service.
431 Lackawanna Ave | 570-207-2639 |A fast, casual restaurant offering breakfast, lunch, and sweets. They pride themselves in a delicious homemade menu. Stop in and enjoy a relaxing lunch or grab something quick from our espresso and smoothie bar.
Get your Shop on!
401 Spruce St. [Corner of Wyoming + Spruce] | 570-343-2100 | Discover your scent story at the boutique perfumery of NOTE Fragrances. Become the perfumer in the Custom Perfume Studio and sniff your way through the signature collection of fine fragrances, candles and scented luxuries for the bath, body and home.
410 Spruce St. | 570-871-4643 | Amendolaro specialize in jewelry, watches, eyewear, footwear and home décor which carries an extensive list of high end brands. They also have a large selection of Pandora and Alex and Ani jewelry.
527 Bogart Court | 917-597-1489 | AOS Metals is a hand made artist store that features beautifully made designs and accessories.
516 Lackawanna Ave. | 570-343-8777 | Bella Faccias offers chocolates, personalized chocolates, monogrammed jewelry, and other fine gifts.
503 Spruce St. | 570-342-1654 | Burlap and Bourbon is a contemporary men’s boutique. It offers a large selection of men’s clothing and fashionable accessories including Vineyard Vines.
307 N Washington Ave. | 570-342-5960 | A full-service comic shop whose main focus is, and always will be…comic books.
218 Linden St. | 570-941-0411 | A quaint shop filled with handcrafted jewelry, handbags and scarves. Known for great Irish, prom and wedding bling and owner Maureen is one of the sweetest ladies in Scranton.
352 Adams Ave. | 570-341-9350 | Embassy Vinyl will take you back down memory lane with every record you played over the years. Spend hours browsing the shelves to find hidden gems and your favorite classics.
532 Spruce St. | 570-969-1010 | Freedlove showcases an array of colorful and trendy clothes. The products they carry are definitely unique and incredibly fun!
600 Linden St. | 570-558-2273 | LAVISH has a collection of luxury bath, body and home items as well as beautiful home decor and furnishings. They also have a salon & mini spa.
127 N. Washington Ave. | 570-344-5155 | Trendy and classic clothing and accessories for women from the top fashion brands in the US and beyond including Lily Pulitzer. A delightful shop to check out!
518 Lackawanna Ave. | 570-507-9294 | A marketplace filled with repurposed, vintage and handmade finds. From things you didn't know you needed to things you just can't live with out.
123 N. Washington Ave. | 570-507-9463 | A well curated boutique that feels like you are in New York City. Beautiful items for home, baby, dining and dog including Simon Pierce.
128 N. Washington Ave. | 570-343-3334 | If shoes are your thing, this is the place to be! Tory Burch, Stuart Weitzman, DVF and Kate Spade to name a few! Great handbags too!
348 Adams Ave. | 570-677-9606 | Tammy's Stained Glass Treasures is shop that carries beautiful handmade stained and fused glass items for gifts, home improvement, and business. Stained Glass, Fused Glass, & Mosaic classes available. Repair services are also available for those precious stained glass heirlooms.
328 Penn Ave. | 570-780-6991 | The Daisy Collective offers an awesome curated collection of brands like Free People and Blank, clothes, gifts and housewares.
424 Spruce St. | 570-346-1771 | From fun and funky jewelry and accessories to handbags that match a great pair of glasses, you can find it here!
523 Bogart Court | Located in Scranton's Unique Arts District, you can explore watercolor and oil paintings, framed prints and hand-made gifts.
511 Bogart Court | 570-354-2194 | Trinity is a working art studio and gallery of three distinct artists—a painter, a sculptor and a photographer.
534 Lackawanna Ave. | 570-354-2171 |Downtown Scranton's newest Dance Store which has shoes, leotard, tights & accessories. Featuring brands such as Body Wrappers, Danskin, Gaynor, Minden, Grishko, Leo's, PrimaSoft and Wear Moi.
All that Bling!
201 Jefferson Ave. | 570-344-9021 | Known as “the ultimate watch store” Boccardo’s has an amazing selection of timepieces, bridal and diamonds for him and her in their beautiful showroom.
250 Mifflin Ave. | 570-344-6230 | Since 1968, a family owned and operated business of full service jewelers and gemologists. A large selection to please many palettes.
211 N. Washington Ave. | 570-346-0123 | A family-owned jewelry store with over 50 years of experience. Excellent customer service and they specialize in custom made pieces.
Have Some Fun in the City!
431 Lackawanna Ave. | 570-341-5250 | Whether you are looking for cutting edge styling, mani/pedi, massages or facials, Alexander’s is the premier spa in the area. 2 levels of beauty and pampering awaits.
507 Linden St. | 570-862-8858 | Electric City Escape is a real-life adventure game in which you have to break codes, unlock locks, and escape in one hour! They feature four escape rooms which all tie back to the history of Scranton. Perfect for fun with friends and family as well as team building!
620 Spruce St. | 570-343-5549 | With 7 tattoo artists and 1 full-time piercer on staff, this team of artists offers a large selection of tattoo designs and hundreds of different types of body jewelry to suit your needs.
136 Wyoming Ave. | 570-955-0250 | Whether you are looking to relax with a hookah, enjoy the sights and sounds of live music and belly dancers or nibble on some authentic Middle Eastern treats, Exhale is the place to have fun and enjoy the night. Open for lunch and dinner. BYOB.
626 Spruce St. | 570-507-9129 | Old-school classic meets modern style at Guy’s Barber Shop. From a straight razor shave to hip apparel and merchandise, sit back and relax as this team of professionals work their magic.
301 Lackawanna Ave | 570-344-7328 | Watch the newest blockbuster in this luxury movie theater featuring a full bar and bistro, electric reclining seats, reserved seating, and PTX Auditorium with full at your seat service.
342 Adams Ave. | 570-880-7844 | Loyalty is a traditional men’s barber shop, which specializes in straight razor face and head shaves. Beardsmen and the clean shaven man delight at Loyalty.
544 Spruce St. | 570-961-8875 | A new concept in hair and nail studios, Salon a Go Go is an upscale experience in service and style featuring expert hair, nail and waxing services delivered when you want them. Walk, click or call NOW to see what makes it (and you) so special.
407 Spruce St. | 570-344-1188 | Steamtown Cigar Club is a great place for the gents to relax and enjoy a cigar. They have a great selection, knowledgeable staff and a friendly atmosphere! Next to NOTE, often a place for the gents to go while the ladies make their perfumes!
121 North Washington Ave. | 570-941-9977 | SHY offers therapeutic yoga classes that are designed to restore and strengthen, optimize health, balance and harmony of your body, mind and spirit.
334 Adams Ave. | Crow Designs Studio offers different workshops including letterpress and printmaking. A great place to stop buy if you are in town for the weekend!
For the Love of ART!
514 Lackawanna Ave. | 570-969-1040 | AFA Gallery (aka Artists for Art) is your gateway to art in Northeastern Pennsylvania. 2 floors to browse with weekly classes from meditation to drawing socials. Check out their website for the calendar of events.
1901 Mulberry St. | 570-346-7186 | The Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is a non-profit museum located in Scranton, Pennsylvania’s historic Nay Aug Park. The Everhart is the largest public museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania founded in 1908 by Dr. Isaiah Fawkes Everhart. Dedicated to the education of its visitors in the disciplines of science, history, culture, and art
307 Linden St. | 570-963-7995 | From oil paint and watercolor, to sculpture and mixed media, Laura Craig Galleries is where to find unique and provoking exhibitions. Current exhibition and represented artists can be found on their website.
Explore neighborhood pockets outside of downtown!
Petersburg Corners in the Historic Hill Section
1431 Ash St. | 570-507-9729 | Crotti's on Ash offers a fully stocked bar & features a menu of small plates. Come & enjoy your favorite cocktail, a refreshing bottled beer or a glass of your favorite wine. Nightly specials and outdoor seating.
969 Prescott Ave. | 570-341-6673 | Serving breakfast and lunch, Mansour’s is known for its delicious and fresh foods that are prepared daily. Enjoy a coffee with a “granana” or Sunday brunch in this beautifully restored historic building.
Green Ridge Section
2015 Boulevard Ave, Unit 1 | 570-347-4977 | Specializing in old fashioned fresh delicious Italian food in a neighborhood atmosphere. They use only the finest ingredients and quality spices in their homemade selections.
1823 Sanderson Ave | 570-909-9087 | Changes Luxury Consignment specializes in reselling higher end women's clothing, shoes, purses, & accessories.
701 E Market St. | 570-871-4352 | Quaint bakery specializing in cupcakes, sandwiches and soups. Stop in for their delicious daily lunch and cupcake specials.
2019 Boulevard Ave. | 570-209-7481 | Enchanted Elephant Boutique is a family-owned and operated children's clothing boutique that offers unique and high-end items with pleasant service.
1759 Sanderson Ave. | 570-344-1955 | Specializing in homemade chocolates and confections, Nibbles & Bits has a wonderful array of coffees, treats and gourmet goodies, take some on the go or have a basket made and shipped around the world.
1440 Capouse Ave. | 570-207-1717 | Celebrating 24 years of style and elegance, Nada’s is the place to find beautifully curated apparel, accessories and décor for the sophisticated home. A family owned and operated establishment that has a heart for keeping Scranton stylish.
706 E Market St. | 570-963-9707| Pop it! Clothing is a team of "Positive Outgoing People" who strive to find unique pieces that will keep you on the cutting edge of fashion.
1805 Sanderson Ave. | 570-961-0362| An all service salon and spa that specializes in up-to-date design as well as trendy salon styles.
640 E Market St. | 570-969-6111| The Curiosity Shop is a small gift store who is proud to provide an eclectic assortment of giftable items. They have accessories from purses and scarves to jewelry. The shop also provides customized invitations and stationery with a fast turnaround.
918 Marion St. | 570-344-2715 | Providing a warm café ambiance in the Green Ridge section Scranton, Zummo’s serves Electric City Roasting Company’s finest coffees at their Single Serve Brew Bar, along with exquisite cafe fare, delicious breakfast scones and daily lunch salads and sandwiches. A local hangout for many.
Time to rest!
100 Adams Ave. | 570-343-3000 | This modern conference hotel is located in the heart of downtown Scranton with all rooms offering upscale decor and custom-designed beds, plus minifridges, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. Suites add separate living areas with pull-out sofas, plus whirlpool tubs. Dining options include an on-site restaurant serving American dishes, a bistro, a pub and a coffee shop. Other amenities include a 24/7 fitness center and an indoor pool and whirlpool. There's also a business center and over 26,000 sq ft of meeting space, plus a free airport shuttle.
700 Lackawanna Ave. | 570-342-8300 | Escape to the Radisson Lackawanna Station, a historic hotel in Scranton offering timeless elegance and modern services like free Wi-Fi, a fitness center with massage services, a 24-hour business center and award-winning on-site restaurants. This six-story, neoclassical landmark, once a passenger train station, is listed with the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.