Easton Fourth Fridays

Experience  the magic of Fourth Fridays in downtown Easton. Explore our quaint shops and galleries; enjoy live music, entertainment and fun activities sprinkled throughout town. Stay for dinner and maybe a show, or just soak up the summer vibes. There’s always something new waiting to be discovered in our historic downtown!

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May 24, 2024



Easton Public Market’s  – 325 Northampton St, 

The Lafayette Bar – 15 N. Fourth St, Selected as one of the 50 best Jazz clubs in U.S. Original Home of Jazz in Easton

Skeggy’s Axe House – 42 Centre Square, 5 – 11:45 pm Visit Downtown Easton’s premier axe throwing venue to chuck some axes or come and enjoy some drinks!


Keith Packard Music Studio – 7B Bank St, Offering expert guitar, bass, and ukulele lessons to people of all ages in all styles.  Upcoming adult group classes in June – “Intro to Guitar”, “Jazz Guitar 101″ , “Guitar for Swifties” group class

Sigal Museum –  342 Northampton St.

SmARTivities – 60 Centre Square, Stop by for a special Open Canvas Painting Workshop as well as a Pottery Paint Nite 



Bellville Market20 S. Third St, stop by for complimentary tastings and samples from Hinterlands Local Foods. Hinterlands Local Foods is the Lehigh Valley’s premier distributor of fine local food. They work with small, family-owned farms and artisanal producers to bring their delicious products to market

Book & Puppet Company – 22 Centre Square, Find funny, amazing and inspiring books and gifts. Weekend story hours, puppet shows and book events!

Mercantile Home – 140D Northampton St, open until 8pm, a community centered, creative lifestyle brand created by artist/husbands Ron Morris and Ken Jones Jr. From our downtown studio in Easton, Pennsylvania, we design and produce artful personal and home accessories utilizing new, organic, and recycled materials. The walls are lined with hand poured soy candles, brightly colored ceramic creatures, limited edition art pillows, quirky jewelry, embroidered aprons, and hand collaged stationery, just to name a few.

Millionaire’s Row

CASA 401 – 16 N Third St, open until 9pm. Small batches of conscious goods. Marketplace celebrating independent creators. Fashion goods & accessories.
Clothes & gifts.

Creative Spirit – 131 N. Third St, Each Fourth Friday Creative Spirit will host 15 minute Tarot Card Readings for $20 a reading, OR free with any purchase of $20 or more. Customers can also enjoy 10% off all clothing and accessories.

Easton Candle Co. – 117 N. Third St. Small batch, hand poured home fragrances made in downtown Easton

The Loving Piece – 7 N. Third St,


 3rd & Ferry Fish Market – 56 S Third St, Fourth Friday Warm Up hour 5-7pm (Bar) – Select Whiskey Flights- giveaways as a preview for our Whiskey History Tasting Experience during Dueling Rivers Music and Whiskey Jam April 27th 12-6pm at Scott Park

Bank Street Creamery,  15 S. Bank St

Cellar 159 by Cellar Beast Winehouse – 159 Northampton St,  Happy Hour 5-7pm

Easton Public Market – 325 Northampton St., 9am – 8pm

Chocodiem – For the month of May we’re featuring our chocolate gelato!

Highmark Farmstand

Green Vida Downtown

Mercantile Outpost

Mister Lee’s Noodles

Modern Crumb Bakeshop

More Than Q Barbeque

Rod’s Dogs

Saylors & Co.


Silvershell Counter + Kitchen

Taylor Taco Shop

ThreeBirds Nest

Tolino Vineyards – $1 off of slushies, flights, and glasses of wine 5-8 PM A family owned and operated ten acre vineyard and winery located in Bangor, PA. We have a passion for winemaking and enjoy spending time and sharing a glass of wine with family and friends. Our Easton Public Market location is the perfect spot to try some of the area’s best wine, while taking in the vivacious energy that Easton emits.

Kabinett Wine Bar – 125 Northampton St, A restaurant with Aussie and Bavarian roots and a seriously good wine list at its heart

Mesa Modern Mexican – 42 S Third St, Mesa Modern Mexican is warm, cozy spot with a fiesta vibe that offers upscale Mexican classics to creative modern dishes.  Full bar with 130 tequilas, all flavor margaritas and seasonal specialty cocktails. Happy Hour M-F 4-6pm, Bar area only.

Millionaire’s Row

 Quadrant Book Mart & Coffee House– 20 N. Third St, 5-8pm

Queso at Casa – 14 N. Third St,

Tokyo Sushi – 22 N. Third St, 


There are two parking garages located in the City of Easton: the Fourth (4th) Street Garage, and the Third (3rd) Street Garage.
(NOTE: The Pine Street Garage is now permanently closed.)
  • Both garages are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
  • Payment is required 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
  • The payment system in the Third Street garage is similar to how you would pay to park at a meter: you park in the space, go to the kiosk next to the elevator or use the ParkMobile app on your phone, enter your license plate number, provide a payment method, and then go on your way. You must pay immediately after parking, before walking out of the garage. You will need to know your car’s license plate number when you pay at the kiosk.
  • At the Fourth Street Garage you can pay to park at a meter (short-term parking on ground floor only), or at a kiosk by the elevator or at the exit gate for long-term (hourly) parking on the upper floors.
  • Payment kiosks are located on each floor of the garages next to the elevators.
  • When parking, make sure that your car’s license plate faces the drive aisle.
The South Third Street Parking Garage is located two blocks south of Centre Square, behind City Hall at 123 South Third Street. The only entrance to the garage is from South Third Street, just past city hall.
Parking Rates: $2 per hour (5 am – 5 pm); 50 cents an hour (5 pm – 5 am)
The height clearance is 7’2”.
The Fourth Street Garage is located on N. 4th Street behind the Easton Public Market. (NOW OPEN)
The garage’s ground floor is for short-term metered parking with a two-hour time limit. Meters accept credit card payments and quarters only (no other coins). If using a credit card, be sure to insert the card with the magnetic stripe facing up, not down. DO NOT insert the card chip first as the smartheads do not use the chip to process payment.
The upper floors are for long-term (hourly) parking. Use your entry ticket to pay for parking at a kiosk on each floor (located next to the elevators) or at the exit gate upon departure.
Parking Rates: $3 per hour (5 am – 5 pm); 50 cents an hour (5 pm – 5 am)
NOTE: The ParkMobile app is not used in this garage at this time. All payments are by credit card – NO CASH.
Height clearance ground level entrance: 13’6″.
Height clearance upper levels entrance: 7’6″.