The Daily Bread Bakeshop
Daily Bread has been giving locals another reason to look forward to the weekend since 2002. They're only open Friday - Sunday so make sure to stock up while there. Traci and Kevin’s bakery has a great selection of treats ranging from homemade pies and cookies to gorgeous golden croissants. Our…
Fresh Baked goods each morning. Local Bakery. When I'm hosting guests I go by early Saturday/ Sunday morning and get a bunch of croissants or bagels fresh out of the oven. They have great breakfast breads as well.
“If you visiting the Pocono area this is on 611 - they are comparable in taste to the big city Pho places.”
“What better way to spend your time in the Poconos than hiking a few miles of the 2,200 mile Appalachian Trail! Be sure to bring your hiking shoes as the trail is somewhat rocky. This section of the AT offers beautiful verdant views and glimpses of the Delaware River. We recommend fueling your walk with a bite to eat from the nearby Deer Head Inn.”
“In 1985 the Callie family expanded the business into the wide world of pretzels. Located just 3 miles south of the candy store, Callie’s Pretzel Factory takes the art of pretzel-making to a new level. Soft pretzels come on sticks, wrapped around hotdogs, and are transformed into pizzas. The list goes on and on. If you can imagine it – we can make it. Visitor’s tip: The best time to see pretzels being made is first thing in the morning. 7 days a week | 10 AM – 5 PM”
“The McDade trail offers hikers, bikers and cross country skiers 32 miles of uninterrupted trail with beautiful views of the Delaware River. There are several trailheads so you can easily customize your route to accommodate any distance. Elevation gain is minimal which allows for a pleasant, less technical walk. After your excursion, we recommend going for a bite to eat at Saen Thai Cuisine conveniently located right down the road.”