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Recommendations for the Stroudsburg/Camel Back Ski resort area

samjam101 Dec 21, 2010 12:55 PM

Spending a few days at Camel Back but staying in Stroudsburg with hubby and 2 teenagers, one with severe food allergies to all nuts and all seafood categories. Any suggestions for lunch and dinner?

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    loisgilroy Apr 12, 2011 10:04 AM

    As of 2011, there are tons of new restaurants, Olive Garden, Red Robin, Red Lobster,Big Daddys built a brand new place, Sandsprings restaurant- fine dining,Stone Bar Fine Dining, Panera Bread,Five Guys,Long Horn, etc. the list goes on and on. The area has changed and become a booming metro area. Love it!

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      menton1 Aug 17, 2011 05:32 PM

      Wow, you mentioned practically every Chain resto in the East-- Yuk!

      Actually, downtown Stroudsburg is having a nice revival with some very good, chef-run restaurants. Everybody's Cafe, Willowtree Inn, Mollie's, Sarah Street Grill, Liquid, just to name a few. All about 100x BETTER than chains! Also, in Delaware Water Gap, don't forget awesome Antelao, although it's only open Fri Sat Sun.

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      Hugh DeMann Jan 6, 2011 09:14 AM

      As you can see from the number of replies, this is a culinary wasteland. The only two places I can think of are Tokyo Teahouse in Pocono Summit and the Edelweiss in Pocono Lake.

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