Historic Hotel Bethlehem
1741 on the Terrace
Enjoy enviable views of historic Bethlehem and the Moravian settlements from a cascade of natural light brought in through the arching palladium windows and the authentic Moravian tile floor. As far as cuisine goes, guests can put their trust in chef Michael Adams and try something that might be out of their comfort zone, or the option to stick to old favorites is available also. The restaurant also boasts and extensive wine list with a focus on American wines.
Sunday Musical Brunch
Open Table has named this one of the Top 100 Brunches in the country. 1741 on the Terrace features a hearty buffet complemented by live music. It's also been voted "Best in the Valley" by readers of the Morning Call newspaper and "Best Sunday Brunch" by Lehigh Valley Style magazine. The buffet includes made-to-order omelettes and waffles, salads, a carving station, raw bar, luncheon entrees, breads, and a variety of pastries to satisfy a Sunday morning sweet tooth.
Get a taste of the 1920s and the Jazz Age in the Tap Room at Historic Hotel Bethlehem in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The casually elegant dining establishment offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner overlooking the heart of Bethlehem's historic district and the over 50 structures built by a result of the industrious mission of the early Moravian settlers.
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