We Strive To Use The Freshest, Locally Sourced And Organic Produce Whenever Possible
The queen City
candied walnuts, mandarin oranges and
sun dried cranberries mixed with fresh baby
spinach. finished with balsamic vinaigrette and
topped with crumbled feta cheese
field greens topped with marinated portabella
mushroom, ripe tomato, crisp cucumber, red onion,
grilled chicken breast, homemade croutons & feta
cheese with your choice of dressing.
crispy iceberg & field greens topped with warm
grilled chicken, ripe tomato, crisp cucumber, red
onion & croutons. sprinkled with crumbled bacon
& bleu cheese, slices of hard boiled egg and
avocado. served with choice of dressing
romaine lettuce tossed with kalamata olives
and greek dressing. topped with red onion, plum
tomato, pepperoncinis and feta cheese.
surrounded by warm pita bread.
crispy iceberg and field greens with breaded
chicken tenders in mild buffalo sauce. topped
with diced tomato, red onion, chopped celery
and crumbled bleu cheese. served with
bleu cheese dressing
nana harwick's recipe... a blend of arborio rice cream, vanilla, sugar& cinnamon.
espresso & rum-soaked lady fingers layered a rich blend of mascapone cheese & chocolate chips.served in a portioned martini glass
golden delicious apple baked with rolled oats&brown sugar topped with a melt -in your mouth.buttery walnut crust.served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream
At one of the most difficult times in the history of the City of Bethlehem, the Fegley family entered the brewing and restaurant business. The Bethlehem Steel plant had been shutting down slowly for years – a dying industrial giant of a bygone day – and the region was suffering the loss hard. The downtown had also been bled by the malls and box stores that promised savings to the consumer in exchange for genuine local culture and community. Yet on April 15th, 1998, the same day the the historic Hotel Bethlehem declared bankruptcy and closed, the Bethlehem Brew Works optimistically opened its doors to the public at the corner of Main and Broad Streets. The one other restaurant in the neighborhood closed the following week.