Since it was nice out today I decided to venture out for a visit to Michael’s in Easton for some badly needed crafty supplies.
Easton houses a great pet supply store called Moochie And Company, which enables you to bring your dog inside Easton Town Center’s main mall area. Exciting right?
So I packed up my chihuahua Amanda and headed for the mall.
Once the crafty madness was over I garnered my pint sized pup and made a beeline for the safety of Moochie and Company where she would be welcome.
We received a barrage of compliments on her cuteness quotient, and were relieved nobody seemed to mind her presence on the way in.
The staff were fabulous and our dog did not want to leave once we were finished with her purchase. After some coaxing we convinced her to come with us and she said goodbye to every single person in the place, and eventually allowed us to leave.
Then came the decision whether to bring her outside for a walk or leave her in the car, and we opted to indulge her since it was nice out thinking we could wait and grab food a little later.
Just south of Brio’s fountain, and east of Barnes and Noble we spotted Northstar Cafe’s patio, and I asked James to inquire if they would mind us eating on the patio with the dog.
They said yes! (or so to say they said they would not mind.)
So we ordered (James had the “Buddha Bowl”…a huge pile of brown rice with broccoli, tofu,red cabbage,and sweet peanut sauce, and I the “Crunchy Thai Salad”, shredded cabbage and raddichio,peanuts,carrots,cilantro and spearmint leaves in a sweet lime n sesame sauce) and camped on the patio with our drinks until our food was ready.
I’m pretty sure the manager brought us our food, which turned out to be delicious. They have gluten free and vegetarian offerings with LOTS of flavor.
Our server was prompt and took great care of us. When I asked her if I could order without the raddichio next time she actually gave me a coupon to get my next meal free, AND offered me a new salad. I declined the new salad, I just wanted to know for future reference as I am just mildly allergic, so I was very surprised when she went so far to make sure I was taken care of.
The beverages are even better than the food, they carry black currant and also green iced teas, and Boylan’s sodas on fountain; James tried the birch beer and the cola(I got tastes too), both were amazing…and I had the black currant tea.
I would like to recommend this place to anyone with a special diet…I am sure they can feed you something amazing.
So the next time you want to go out to eat instead of cooking, try out Northstar Cafe’ in Easton Town Center.