After reading the reviews on here about the Quadrant Book Mart, I thought I would give it a try while I was in Easton. I am a book lover and enjoy a cute place to grab a bite.
It looked as I expected, a small building with a bit of clutter. I didn't see a ton of books when I walked in, but I was hungry so I headed for the "dining room."
It was small, cramped and a little dirty. There were only a few tables, most were occupied and the others hadn't been cleared off from the previous patrons. Eventually, I grabbed a table and swindled some chairs from other parties to sit down.
The two woman running the kitchen were clearly over their head with the customers they had. I found myself some menus and was even more disappointed with the lunch options. There were only a few sandwiches and they were over priced for what it was, in my opinion. The breakfast options did look good, and other people seemed to be enjoying them. I was turned off by the tiny "kitchen" that looked more like a deli bar and was exposed to everyone.
I eventually got tired of waiting for someone to acknowledge us and decided to leave. I am from a more built up area than Easton, so perhaps I was expecting too much. I think maybe I would try it again for a cup of tea or something, but I wouldn't bank on it for a good meal.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.