Stay Healthy in Downtown Stroudsburg

  We all love to relax, drink, attend barbecues and eat tons of great food during the Summer months. However, every time you eat out, you don’t have to eat poorly. Try out these healthy cafes/juice bars that are calling your name from downtown.     Cafe Duet Located in Courthouse Square on North 7th Street, this cafe […]

 

We all love to relax, drink, attend barbecues and eat tons of great food during the Summer months. However, every time you eat out, you don’t have to eat poorly. Try out these healthy cafes/juice bars that are calling your name from downtown.

 

 

Cafe Duet

Located in Courthouse Square on North 7th Street, this cafe has all your coffee, breakfast, sandwich and salad needs. Try their house-made granola and yogurt, their roasted egg plant sandwich or their strawberry and goat cheese salad.  View their menuhere

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Sweet Creams Cafe

At 429 Main Street, the Sweet Creams Cafe is a historic building with a charming vibe inside. They have 15 homemade ice cream flavors, but they also have gourmet sandwiches, with an option of gluten-free wraps. Try their fruited spinach and greens salad, their fig and goat cheese pizza or their specialty sandwiches. View their menu on their Facebook here

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Juic’d

Located on Main Street and on Route 209 in Broadheadsville, Juic’d is a healthy juice, sandwich and salad bar. They use fresh fruit and veggies to make the best smoothies around. Try their SoyBerry (blackberries, strawberries, blueberries, yogurt and soy milk), their Kale Congo (mango, kale and honey) or have sandwich with fresh meat on a toasted, whole wheat roll. View their menu on their Facebook here

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Quench Cafe & Juice Bar

Located on North 6th Street, Quench uses fresh ingredients and homemade recipes to serve delicious food. Try their mini, homemade black bean/turkey/kale burgers, their basil, pesto wrap or a Purple Rain smoothie (almond milk, blueberries, whey protein and flax). View their menu on their Facebook here

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Rootin’ Tootin’ Hot Dogs

Located next to the highway on W Main St., Rootin’ Tootin’ serves local, organic hot dogs. Made fresh from a farm in Saylorsburg, these hot dogs are nothing short of fantastic. They are served on a gluten free bun and have specials every day of the week. Choose a side of homemade chili or potato salad to go with your hot dog. Who said they can’t be healthy? View their menu here 

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