Daddy’s Place Brings Lebanese Cuisine to Easton’s West Ward – Easton Eccentric
By Christina Georgiou
Daddy’s Place opened quietly this past Friday, but the new West Ward Easton restaurant isn’t likely to stay a secret for very long.
Located on Northampton Street just a couple of blocks outside of the city’s Downtown district in the former Northampton Glass building, which has been completely renovated, the new eatery offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with more than 250 craft beers to pair with meals or to take out.
With a menu that ranges from Lebanese and Mediterranean specialties that will be familiar to anyone who has ever attended the city’s popular Lebanese Heritage Days festival to classic American fare like brick oven pizza, hamburgers, cheesesteaks, fries, and wings, all Daddy’s Place offerings are freshly made on the premises, promises owner Lena Koorie, who is running the new bistro with her husband Sharbel.