One new gourmet specialty shop, two new galleries and three new eateries equal six new reasons to check out Jim Thorpe’s historic district.
The Jim Thorpe Tourism Agency (JTTA) is excited to introduce some of its newest member businesses are now open on Broadway, continuing to bolster its thriving shopping district.
“It’s very exciting to see how many new businesses there are in town,” said JTTA president Jennifer Christman. “I believe it shows how progressive Jim Thorpe is and how we continue to support business growth.”
The Artsy Olive, 91 Broadway, is a gourmet food boutique offering ultra-premium, first pressed-cold extra virgin olive oil and naturally aged balsamic vinegars from small orchards and vineyards around the world.
Located at 268, upper West Broadway, Café Arielle is a unique spot for a delightful Jazz Sunday Brunch or weekend dining experience in an old wireworks factory with a beautiful outdoor patio.
While at Café Arielle, you’ll want to visit the adjacent Victor Stabin Museum, home to the acclaimed illustrator’s artwork. Often compared to Dr. Seuss, Dali and M.C. Escher, Stabin’s works graced Disney, The New York Times, Rollingstone, Time, RCA, nine stamps for the US Postal Service and an album cover for Kiss.
Notch Eight Craft House’s tin ceiling, hand-forged bar and steampunk décor at 107 Broadway provides the perfect setting for its craft cocktail bar using only locally distilled spirits, complimented by local beer, friendly barkeeps and ever changing small plates.
You’ll find Purple Green Juice Bar & Cafe, 105 Broadway, is Jim Thorpe’s hippest new plant-based, organic when possible café, offering a variety of delicious foods, baked goods, fresh juices, smoothies, coffee drinks and more.
Art historian and multimedia artist Yvonne Wright has opened her Studio YNW, 100 W. Broadway, offering a unique aesthetic experience in a variety of mediums reproduced on art prints, notebooks, greeting cards, throw pillows, tote bags, etc.
For more information on shopping, dining, attractions and accommodations, visit www.jimthorpe.org