Easton’s location between the Lehigh Rivers and Delaware is an excellent point and strategic edge as it made the city rich in history, culture, arts, and commerce.
You’ll never get bored in your Easton adventure, especially if you are searching for different recreational activities and historical things to do within the area.
If you wish to take refuge in a quiet place and reconnect with nature, there are corridors and parks for you. But if you’re going to explore new things, there are centers, museums, and beautiful sights to check out.
There are always numerous ways to explore and get outside, such as kayaking, hiking, walking, biking, and even fishing—that are great for family adventures. Nonetheless, if you are looking for a place where you can relax, a hidden sanctuary where you can chill from the bustling streets of the city, Bar Bix in the Townley House got you covered.
Situated in the middle of downtown Easton, PA, the Townley House is a beautiful boutique hotel that provides sixteen individually decorated guest rooms. Originally built in 1866, this extraordinary gem has been adoringly rebuilt, which can be seen in many of its design features, including the mercer tiled fireplaces, hand-carved mahogany staircase, and original wood moldings.
The Bar Bix is the perfect social gathering place for residents and visitors in Easton, where you can relax and unwind away from the city’s hustle and bustle.
Combining the conviviality and warmth seen in their cocktail bar, together with sophisticated yet comfortable surroundings. The bar exudes great music set alongside good vibes and vibrant staff, altogether offering the perfect place to chill alone or with friends.
Experience yourself, one of the most surprisingly unique ambiances that any Easton, PA bar has to offer.
The Townley House Boutique Hotel was previously used as a doctor’s office and an apartment structure before falling unoccupied. Just recently, it was renovated and now features different amenities for both residents and tourists to enjoy.
Coming from the back of Townley House, the radiant arches of the bar’s extension provide an appealing look of the visual exploration inside. Grace Bixler, a relative of the famous silk manufacturer in Easton Herman Simon, acquired the building in 1916 and thus named it Bar Bix.
The swirling installation was envisioned, sketched out, and made only for the space, growing gold out of dim lighting to anchor the room aesthetically.
Bar Brix is certainly the chicest, coziest, and perhaps the coolest spot in Easton. Each stay here is more meaningful and beautiful. Enjoy the finer things in life—craft cocktails and friends—at Bar Brix. Follow Bar Bix on Instagram