Downtown Easton’s business scene continues to grow. Take some time to visit our newest merchants.

Tallarico’s Chocolates

A second location for this Bethlehem-based business, Tallarico’s Chocolates are carefully hand-created. Flavors and textures range from smooth to buttery to explosive — as in a Cayenne Meltaway!
14 N. Third St.


Loose Threads Boutique

Our newest shop downtown, but in existence since May 2009, Loose Threads was born with the style-savvy in mind and continues to cater to the effervescent and young-at-heart. Here you’ll find flirty dresses, wardrobe essentials, unique vintage pieces, and tops and bottoms to mix and match.
436 Northampton St.


Full of Crepe

The much anticipated Full of Crepe specializes in sweet and savory crepes, using only the freshest ingredients. Gluten-free options are available.
21 S. Second St.


Lille Syster

A floral shop like no other, Lille Syster features handmade paper flower arrangements which have adorned parties and weddings around the world. Her new studio space boasts flower-making workshops perfect for a girls’ night out or birthday party.
140 Northampton St.


No. 13 Home

Home to vintage furniture, antiques, art, gifts, and jewelry, this shop has much planned for the future. Watch for the upcoming furniture painting series and other DIY classes.
13 S. Second St.


The One in Easton

Check out this newly renovated space in Centre Square. Specializing in footwear and apparel, including Nike, Jordan, Adidas, Reebok, Converse, Puma, 7 diamonds, Supperdry, and many more name brands.
22 Centre Square


Christine’s Bridals

If wedding bells are in the future be sure to check out this boutique shop that takes a unique approach and offers off the rack gowns that can be purchased at a great discount. They also carry bridesmaids’ dresses, veils, headpieces, jewelry, and other accessories.
121-123 N. Third St.


A Downtown Easton Gift Card

What a great surprise for your student to receive a gift card in the mail saying “Happy Spring,” “Enjoy a Study Break,” or “Celebrate!”. Gift cards can be purchased online at and are accepted at 51 downtown businesses.


Amy Boccadoro
Assistant Main Street Manager