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  • 1.Salt Of The Earth Ministries

    350 Main St

    Stroudsburg,PA

    0.32 mi

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10/08/2017
By: Cori B.
Old Navy
Love old navy. They r all so helpful friendly honest
04/19/2017
By: Susan C.
Compton's Pancake House
Food is always good but managing staff leaves a lot to be desired. Out waitress was very nice Was charged $3.60 extra for 1. Egg. Yes 1 egg! Was told by extremely rude cashier / supervisor that that's the way their menu is and just accept it. Needless to say after many years of frequenting this establishment we Will Not Be Back
07/06/2016
By: Savy S.
De Novo Clothing Exchange
Great selection of women second hand clothing, shoes and accessories. The store is very well organized by size and color. Great option to have.
06/22/2015
By: Steve D.
Compton's Pancake House
We were vacationing in the Poconos and happened to see an ad for Compton's in the tourist brochures. We ate breakfast there four days in a row. We had eggs Benedict, country fried steak, sausage gravy biscuits, buckwheat pancakes, French toast, medium rare steak with over easy eggs, and silver dollar (mini) pancakes. Everything was excellent and as good or better than we've ever had. The coffee was good. We'd strongly recommend this place to anyone. It's probably among the top five breakfast places we've ever enjoyed.
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06/10/2015
By: Shannon S.
Dawn Of New York
Great service, very attentive and great taste in clothes. Always a blast when shopping in that store!
03/15/2014
By: Judy S.
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
We have been going there for over 7 years. The food is excellent and the staff are all very friendly. The cost is reasonable. We especially like to go for breakfast.
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