Kiss summer goodbye with food, games and more at Florence Italian Grille & Sports Bar’s end-of-summer party, 5 p.m.-midnight Sept. 29.The Breinigsville restaurant’s outdoor bash will feature drink specials ($3 house shots and Landshark bottles, $6 margaritas and mojitos and more) and food specials ($8 barbecue pulled pork sandwiches, build-your-own burgers, build-your-own macaroni, Italian sausage and more). Side dishes range from pasta and potato salads to fruit and Asian slaw.
Celebrate autumn’s arrival with seasonal dishes at Social Still in south Bethlehem. The distillery and restaurant recently debuted its fall menu, which includes bacon aioli hand-cut fries; a smoked turkey “sammich” with brie, arugula, applewood bacon and cranberry mayo; and Denver steak with horseradish cheddar-whipped potatoes, charred carrots, roasted brussel sprouts, black garlic and thyme compound butter.
There’s a full plate of foodies news in south Bethlehem as one restaurant closes, another one opens and two more are on the way. Bidding farewell is Full of Crepe at 333 S. New St.Ashley Caldwell opened the creperie in 2012 and still operates a location at the one-year-old Easton Public Market. She also continues to offer her sweet and savory crepes via the Green Machine food truck, which debuted in 2014.
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Selecting a term
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