Shopping & Dining
Another area of exploration near Mary's
Guesthouse is the charming historic shopping
district of downtown Jim Thorpe. Within minutes
of our front door you can be perusing antiques,
all kinds of keepsakes and mementos,
fashionable women's outfits, crafts and florals,
gifts of all kinds, ethnic treasures, and sporting goods.

And during your travels, stop into some of our
great restaurants for a bite to eat, then make
reservations for dinner. Some of our favorite
shops and restaurants are listed below:

Shopping
Naturally Yours: organic and sustainable clothing and products
Sellers' Books: classics, throwaways and everything in between
Soundcheck Records: a real music store in downtown!
The Driesbach House: an ever-changing ensemble of awesome vintage clothing
The Treasure Shop: Irish imports including clothing and personal items
Nature's Trail: a nice collection of gifts for the discerning customer
Blue Mountain Sports & Wear: outdoor gear, clothing, maps, souvenirs, (bikes too!)
Everything Nice: small collectibles and accessories
The Gem Shop: unique jewelry by selected designers
Rosemary Remembrances II: all kinds of eclectic, crafty mementos and housewares
Marianne Monteleone Design: unique styles of women's fashion
Natural Impressions: handmade floral art utilizing antique items
Country Cottage: all kinds of crafty home accessories
Chatelaine: classy gifts and jewelery, but still affordable
Dugan's General Store: need something quick - this is the place
Rainbow's End: gifts and knick-knacks along with candies and hand-dipped ice cream
Flights of Fancy: home accents and personals imported from Central & South America
Big Creek Vineyard: locally made wines, wine accessories, and artwork (on Race St)
HomeSpun: a cute little shop brimming with crafty housewares
The Quiltery: a unique antique co-op and quilting store, in Weissport off 209N - 4 miles


Dining (in no particular order, but you can walk to most of them)
Bear Appetit - casual atmosphere, good prices, family-friendly
Through the Looking Glass Café: fresh-made lite fare in quaint rooms or on the porch
Encore: civil war era dining with modern Italian flair; good breakfast
Moya: elegantly casual dining, great food, nice atmosphere
Rainbow's End: lite soup & sandwiches, plus hand-dipped ice cream
Broadway Grille: well-priced, good food in a pleasant environment
Wheel - small menu of fine foods in an intimate atmosphere
Macaluso's: worth the drive, fine innovative Italian dining (3miles)
Antonio's Pizzeria & Italian: the old standby, plus coffee and even cheap beer
Alice's Pantry: great coffees and finger foods, plus ice cream
Molly Maguire's Pub/Steakhouse: good spot for burger-and-a-beer, or a steak
China Garden: a Chinese restaurant with quick take-out
Turkey Hill mini-market: snacks, drinks, coffee, sandwiches and Ice Cream
Broadway Pub: an upscale old pub offering a casual feel for a draught with your meal
Jim Thorpe Market: features pre-made sandwiches, snacks, all food items
Bagel Bunch: bagel shop (of course) offering full breakfast and sandwich menu (1mile)
East Side Eatery: a local staple for breakfast (1mile)
Strange Brew: organic, free-trade coffee, tea and chai
Trattoria 903: good portions of good Italian at a good price (4miles)
Castle Grill: the closest thing to 'local' food - ethnic treats, good prices (4miles)