I have purchased Vallos Bakery breads since 1968, and while recently visiting the Bethlehem Area, again visited their bakery at 1800 Broadway, Fountain Hill, PA. (I used to live nearby, while a student at Lehigh University.) I was pleased to purchase a 24 oz loaf of rye bread, and was thrilled that it was not spoiled by a predominant note of caraway. In fact, I do not notice ANY caraway flavor, which is often what unsophisticated people think is the real flavor of rye bread. It is excellent. I also purchased a large loaf of Vienna bread, which is equally good, chewy, yeasty and yummy. Wonderful when warmed slightly (or even purchased at the bakery late in the afternoon still slightly warm) with butter. It is so good you can make a whole meal of it, and never get tired of it. Sadly their location is inconvenient when traffic is heavy, and their outdoor sign could use some updating-improvement. But still, go there, or get their products in other local stores, and you will not be disappointed.
3846 Ridge PikeCollegeville, PA 19426
From Business: Our business was founded in 1994 by my in-laws, Giovanni and Caterina Della Polla, immigrants from Nusco, Italy, who came to the U.S. in search of the American dr…
127 S 3rd StCoopersburg, PA 18036
From Business: Feel just like family when you walk into our specialty market and deli. Enjoy our nostalgic seating for lunch, dessert, or any time. Come in to take-out your favo…
They made us wait even though the place as almost empty. The restaurant was not able to serve pizza or the smashed meatball sandwich. The server got lost.My food was dry. Should have left asap.Do not waste your time or money. It must be about the money because it certainly isn't about quality.
Staff was very knowledgeable and helpful and the waitress jail Jalynn Pena was awesome and the manager surprises with a anniversary dessert
Fantastic!! Been buying here for 30+ years.
We were met at the door by a rude hostess. She told us the wait period was an hour and we could take it or leave it. I understand that downtown Bethlehem was very crowded because of the Christmas season but what I don't understand is the attitude. The restaurant has very good food. Let's see what their attitude us in two weeks when everything slows down.
It really doesn't matter what your "granola" tastes like, if you treat people with contempt and disrespect. I had an interview with this company and I was very excited because I have been out of work for months. The owner treated me like a piece of trash, second class citizen. Kick me when I'm down...huh? That's the spirit!! I love my town, but I will tell everyone not to eat your product. Star Rating=0 Fail.