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THE NEST | GUIDEBOOK

Grocery, Pharmacy, etc.
Supermarket with a wide variety of items.
Weis Markets
589 Hamlin Hwy
Supermarket with a wide variety of items.
Just your typical Pharmacy. There is also a CVS across the street if you prefer that.
Rite Aid
639 Hamlin Hwy
Just your typical Pharmacy. There is also a CVS across the street if you prefer that.
A little bit of everything!
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Walmart Supercenter
723A Old Willow Avenue
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A little bit of everything!
Specialty/Farmers Markets
Farmers Market with two locations. Featuring local produce, cheeses, homemade baked goods, canned goods, cider and more! Try the cider donuts!
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Ritter's Farm Market
991 Hamlin Hwy
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Farmers Market with two locations. Featuring local produce, cheeses, homemade baked goods, canned goods, cider and more! Try the cider donuts!
Fantastic selection of meat & seafood. You’ll find duck to alligator and everything in between. We were quite impressed with the freshness of their lobsters + oysters! If you are looking for something in particular, best to call ahead before making the drive out there.
Roman's Famous Meats & Seafood
1002 Main St
Fantastic selection of meat & seafood. You’ll find duck to alligator and everything in between. We were quite impressed with the freshness of their lobsters + oysters! If you are looking for something in particular, best to call ahead before making the drive out there.
Seasonal Farmers Market and cider mill.
Ritter's Cider Mill
117 Wimmers Rd
Seasonal Farmers Market and cider mill.
Fresh meat raised on their farm (without the use of hormones or antibiotics) and other homemade products!
The Buffalo Shoppe, Inc.
679 Easton Turnpike
Fresh meat raised on their farm (without the use of hormones or antibiotics) and other homemade products!
Beer, Wine & Liquor
Beer ONLY, a huge selection of imported and domestic brews.
Hamlin Distributors Inc
590 Pennsylvania 590
Beer ONLY, a huge selection of imported and domestic brews.
Liquor & wine ONLY, a large selection.
Fine Wine & Good Spirits
Liquor & wine ONLY, a large selection.
Dining
Dinner is served Thursday-Sunday, beginning at 5pm The best dining in the area by far. Local ingredients, ever-changing menu, great lighting, and a super sweet staff. EAT. HERE.
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Dyberry Forks Restaurant
939 Main Street
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Dinner is served Thursday-Sunday, beginning at 5pm The best dining in the area by far. Local ingredients, ever-changing menu, great lighting, and a super sweet staff. EAT. HERE.
The best PA pizza we’ve had so far. Try the garlic knots!
Rolly's Pizza & Grill
614 Purdytown Turnpike
The best PA pizza we’ve had so far. Try the garlic knots!
Coffee + Tea
Every bean at this super cute spot is roasted on site. They just added a second location and both shops are ALWAYS busy. Enjoy your yummy beverage made with milk and cream produced by local farmers, and pastries that are baked locally. The Grandview location also has fresh pressed juices!
Black and Brass Coffee Roasting Company
520 Main St
Every bean at this super cute spot is roasted on site. They just added a second location and both shops are ALWAYS busy. Enjoy your yummy beverage made with milk and cream produced by local farmers, and pastries that are baked locally. The Grandview location also has fresh pressed juices!
Every bean at this super cute spot is roasted on site. They just added a second location and both shops are ALWAYS busy. Enjoy your yummy beverage made with milk and cream produced by local farmers, and pastries that are baked locally. The Grandview location also has fresh pressed juices!
Black and Brass Coffee Roasting Company
102 U.S. 6
Every bean at this super cute spot is roasted on site. They just added a second location and both shops are ALWAYS busy. Enjoy your yummy beverage made with milk and cream produced by local farmers, and pastries that are baked locally. The Grandview location also has fresh pressed juices!
Neighborhoods
Honesdale’s rich railroad history began in 1829 when the Stourbridge Lion was brought over from England, as a result of the town’s early-nineteenth-century involvement in transporting coal. It was the first steam locomotive to run on commercial tracks in the United States. A full-scale replica of the famous Stourbridge Lion—a must-see for the railroad buffs and children of all ages—sits in the Wayne County Historical Society’s Museum and Research Center, located at 810 Main Street. The greater Honesdale area is rich in architectural treasures, many dating back to the 1800s. It features many fine retail and gift shops; friendly, professional services; cozy restaurants and cafes; and architecturally resplendent homes. Honesdale’s picturesque Central Park overlooks Wayne County’s historic Court House, as well as several other prominent buildings, such as the boyhood home of Dick Smith, composer of “Winter Wonderland” and the Old Stone Jail, which dates back to 1859. The park is also home to the annual Honedale Roots & Rhythm Music & Arts Festival. Whether you’re in the mood to shop, dine, enjoy nature, learn, or simply explore, the greater Honesdale area has something just for you. Come and enjoy this wonderful piece of Americana. We’re waiting to meet you.
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Honesdale
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Honesdale’s rich railroad history began in 1829 when the Stourbridge Lion was brought over from England, as a result of the town’s early-nineteenth-century involvement in transporting coal. It was the first steam locomotive to run on commercial tracks in the United States. A full-scale replica of the famous Stourbridge Lion—a must-see for the railroad buffs and children of all ages—sits in the Wayne County Historical Society’s Museum and Research Center, located at 810 Main Street. The greater Honesdale area is rich in architectural treasures, many dating back to the 1800s. It features many fine retail and gift shops; friendly, professional services; cozy restaurants and cafes; and architecturally resplendent homes. Honesdale’s picturesque Central Park overlooks Wayne County’s historic Court House, as well as several other prominent buildings, such as the boyhood home of Dick Smith, composer of “Winter Wonderland” and the Old Stone Jail, which dates back to 1859. The park is also home to the annual Honedale Roots & Rhythm Music & Arts Festival. Whether you’re in the mood to shop, dine, enjoy nature, learn, or simply explore, the greater Honesdale area has something just for you. Come and enjoy this wonderful piece of Americana. We’re waiting to meet you.
There are many landmarks that visitors will appreciate when they visit Hawley. Of course, our biggest attraction for summer fun and winter ice fishing is Lake Wallenpaupack, the third largest freshwater lake in Pennsylvania. Measuring 52 miles of shoreline, it is 13 miles in length and boast depths up to 60 feet. Its overall surface exceeds 5,700 acres. When you drive into town, the first building that will catch your eye is the Hawley Silk Mill. It was the first large-scale silk factory in Northern Pennsylvania. In 2011, the building was refurbished and turned into a lifestyle center. It features art galleries, dining, entertainment, a fitness center and Lackawanna College. Read more on the rich history of the Silk Mill. When you drive through town on Main Street, you will discover unique places to eat, shop, and explore. Take a drive down Church Street to see our beautiful churches or down Keystone Street to see the Ritz Company Playhouse, celebrating its 45th year in bringing entertainment to the community in the form of live theater productions. After you cross the Lackawaxen River, you will be delighted by the Bandstand at Bingham Park. The 5.51 acres of land it sits on was donated to the Borough of Hawley in 1929 by Adelbert and Margaret Bingham. The park is always alive with baseball games, tennis, playground activities, summer picnics, and more. It is the site of our Farmer’s Market which is open on Fridays from May through October. On any weekend you are likely to discover a craft show, a special event, or a concert at the Bandstand. And before you make the turn toward Honesdale, be sure to check out The Settlers Inn. Native blue stone and chestnut wood are the foundation of the Inn’s massive structure. The Inn delights visitors and locals with beautiful accommodations, farm-to-table menus, and entertainment throughout the year. You will never be bored when you come to visit. If you are looking for a kick-start, try this List of Top 15 Things to Do in Hawley. We are proud of our town and invite you to visit and stay for awhile.
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Hawley
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There are many landmarks that visitors will appreciate when they visit Hawley. Of course, our biggest attraction for summer fun and winter ice fishing is Lake Wallenpaupack, the third largest freshwater lake in Pennsylvania. Measuring 52 miles of shoreline, it is 13 miles in length and boast depths up to 60 feet. Its overall surface exceeds 5,700 acres. When you drive into town, the first building that will catch your eye is the Hawley Silk Mill. It was the first large-scale silk factory in Northern Pennsylvania. In 2011, the building was refurbished and turned into a lifestyle center. It features art galleries, dining, entertainment, a fitness center and Lackawanna College. Read more on the rich history of the Silk Mill. When you drive through town on Main Street, you will discover unique places to eat, shop, and explore. Take a drive down Church Street to see our beautiful churches or down Keystone Street to see the Ritz Company Playhouse, celebrating its 45th year in bringing entertainment to the community in the form of live theater productions. After you cross the Lackawaxen River, you will be delighted by the Bandstand at Bingham Park. The 5.51 acres of land it sits on was donated to the Borough of Hawley in 1929 by Adelbert and Margaret Bingham. The park is always alive with baseball games, tennis, playground activities, summer picnics, and more. It is the site of our Farmer’s Market which is open on Fridays from May through October. On any weekend you are likely to discover a craft show, a special event, or a concert at the Bandstand. And before you make the turn toward Honesdale, be sure to check out The Settlers Inn. Native blue stone and chestnut wood are the foundation of the Inn’s massive structure. The Inn delights visitors and locals with beautiful accommodations, farm-to-table menus, and entertainment throughout the year. You will never be bored when you come to visit. If you are looking for a kick-start, try this List of Top 15 Things to Do in Hawley. We are proud of our town and invite you to visit and stay for awhile.
Shopping
Super sweet boutique! Cute cards, yummy smelling candles, and SO much more! Don’t forget to check out the back rooms for cute and cozy fashion along with a room just for the kiddos!
Gather
1019 Main St
Super sweet boutique! Cute cards, yummy smelling candles, and SO much more! Don’t forget to check out the back rooms for cute and cozy fashion along with a room just for the kiddos!
A simply charming gift shop! Treat yourself to their luxurious collection of self-care items, farm house décor, elegant baubles and bits, and all- natural gifts like beeswax candles or organic linen tea towels. There are even gifts for your furry friends!
1023 Main St
1023 Main Street
A simply charming gift shop! Treat yourself to their luxurious collection of self-care items, farm house décor, elegant baubles and bits, and all- natural gifts like beeswax candles or organic linen tea towels. There are even gifts for your furry friends!