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Cheers! Here’s to the Best Pub in Easton, PA

By Amy Wood in Legacy at Morgan Hill, in Williams Township, in Adult Communities, in Things to Do, in Easton

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May
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There are a lot of great places to eat in and around Easton. But when it comes to a a pub where you can hang out with friends, there’s one place that tops the list for us: Porter’s Pub, just 2 minutes drive from Center Square or a quick 5-minute walk from The Easton State Theatre. Porter’s is open 7 days a week from 11am to 2am and has been Easton’s “Publick House” for 25 years. 

Walk into this cozy intimate Old World–style pub that was built in 1833, and feast your eyes on original stone and brick walls and a mahogany bar. What you won’t find is a single oversize flat-screen TV. It’s a people place with a well-stocked bar that features the area's largest variety of single malt scotches, bourbons and whiskies. Or you can choose from 150 different craft beers. 

If you’re worried that you won’t be able to keep track of all those brews, the Mug Club has you covered. Porter’s will keep track for you, and once you’ve quaffed 60 different beers, they’ll issue you your own pewter mug—personally engraved for you. The mugs hang from the ceiling, and whenever you come back in it’s there for you to use. 

Of course, man does not live on beer alone. You can choose from the hearty pub fare, or one of the 20 vegetarian and gluten-free items on the menu—many of which are locally sourced. 

When the weather permits, the locals like to take things outside and enjoy eating and drinking at the outdoor tables. If you’re planning a special event, they can also accommodate parties of up to 50 people. 

It’s a fun, people-oriented pub where locals enjoy each other’s company in a setting you won’t find anywhere else. It’s one of our favorite places in Easton—and we think you’ll enjoy it as well!

 

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Amy Wood

Vice President of Operations at Country Classics

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