Food. Art. Drink.
Located within Jim Thorpe’s famous Stabin Museum, this trend-setting restaurant offers a truly original dining experience. Café Arielle evokes the aura of a jazz club while remaining casual and friendly with an extensive selection of appetizers, sandwiches, wraps and entrees.
The restaurant features a spacious “Avant Garden” patio, a river bar with a creative drink menu and spaces and menu items designed specifically for children.
Along with dinner and drinks, admire the mesmerizing art work, thoughtful architecture and the manmade viaduct guiding a natural stream directly underneath the building.
Experience an ambiance The Washington Post describes as, “Beautifully rebuilt and completely contemporary, it feels urban enough to be in New York or London.”
The fresh house-made salsa is the ideal way to begin your meal. From there, you can either go with a delicious sandwich like the classic Rachel or the Turkey Smoked Gouda Wrap. Or you can opt for a delectable entrée like the decadent Mussels or the Roman Orecchiette with Roasted Cauliflower.
And if you’re in town on a Sunday, stop by Café Arielle and try their unforgettable brunch menu.
Photography by: Courtney Snyder, Marywood University, DiscoverNEPA Intern