Thursday, October 7, 2010

A Day in Jim Thorpe Part Three-Dinner at Flow

Flow is a cozy restaurant located in a beautiful restored building which is part of the Carbon County Cultural Project. The name Flow comes from the creek that visibly flows underneath the floor-be sure to ask for one of the tables situated beside the glass cut-out so you can watch the Mauch Chunk Creek flowing while you eat. It was really fun to check out the owner's interesting art next door in the adjoined gallery while waiting for our meals to be ready. The menu changes frequently depending on what's available and seasonal. The presentation of the food was beautiful but he standout for me was the homemade cream soda-very frothy and creamy. The vintage oak bar was beautiful and lent a wonderful retro feel to the atmosphere. It's a fun place to stop for a quick lunch during a casual stroll through town, or make reservations to stop by for dinner.

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