Make the most of your overnight with this handy guide, curated by your fellow pilots. Restaurants, entertainment and other must-see attractions are shown on the map below to help you plan your stay. Save this map to your phone or other mobile device, and get walking or transit directions. Missing a must-see venue? Email email@example.com with suggestions.
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Restaurants & Cafés
Ale Mary’s at the Bittenbender
Airy brick-lined tavern in a historic building for elevated pub fare & a vast array of craft beer.
Relaxed, modern eatery featuring wood-fired pizza, house-made pasta & gelato & an espresso bar.
Kildare’s Irish Pub – Scranton
Traditional Irish pub featuring a diverse beer selection, authentic dishes & artifacts from Ireland.
Long-standing pizzeria serving NY-style pies & hoagies in a humble dining room or for delivery.
Bars, Pubs & Breweries
Backyard Ale House
Easygoing tavern with a patio for familiar grub, creative cocktails & a vast array of craft beer.
Happy Hour. Quick Bites
Trax Platform Lounge
Happy Hours, Great Cocktails
Breakfast & Coffee Shops
Coffee Shop. Live Music.
Northern Light Espresso Bar and Cafe
Independently owned coffeehouse with a relaxed vibe, offering baked goods & grab-&-go cafe fare.
Quiet Coffee Shop with Quick Bites
Trails & Fitness Centers
Lackawanna River Heritage Trail
The Lackawanna River Heritage Trail (LRHT) is part of a seventy mile multi-purpose trail system that follows the Lackawanna River.
Nay Aug Park
Family-friendly park features a treehouse, waterfalls & footbridge as well as a waterslide complex.
Museums & Tours
Steamtown National Historic Site
U.S. train history, documented via steam locomotives, exhibits & rides in a former railroad yard.
Scranton Iron Furnaces
Scranton Iron Furnaces Located near the Steamtown National Historic Site, the Scranton Iron Furnaces represent the early iron industry in the United States. The four massive stone blast furnaces are the remnants of a once extensive plant operated by the Lackawanna Iron & Steel Company.