Gregory Grookett thinks the food here is good and it’s also a clean place.
When I asked my husband where he’d like to eat breakfast this morning, he said “Find a place in Emmaus. We’ve never eaten there.” A glance through my list of reader recommendations sent us toward The Trivet Family Restaurant, a popular spot in Emmaus that we’d been told offers exceptional home style cooking, including traditional Pennsylvania Dutch food.
Although the weather was a chilly 27° when we left home in Nazareth, and a colder 21° in Emmaus, the morning was pleasant with a golden winter sun and the powder blue skies that often appear in the January cold.
When we arrived, the Trivet’s parking lot was nearly full but we found a few open spaces. Inside, we were escorted to a booth next to a side window. Our waitress delivered menus, along with our requested coffees and water. The menu had an extensive list of Omelets, Belgian Waffles, “Eggsceptional…
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