About Us



Our Kitchen Hours



Tuesday CLOSED

Wednesday CLOSED

Thursday CLOSED


Saturday CLOSED



Our History

Built in 1869, 11 Centre Square, the building which houses Pearly Baker’s Ale House, has been a restaurant for nearly 70 years.  Originally built as Easton’s first YMCA, the building was converted into a GE store in the early nineteen hundreds before opening as the Manhattan Club in the Forties.  It was during this time that 9,000 hand-cut lead Czech crystals were fabricated by the Easton Lighting Company into the dining room chandelier.  In the Eighties, Charlie’s Bar took over the building & operated until 1994, when Pearly Baker’s Ale House was established.

Our Future

Pearly Baker’s is twenty-four  years young, but still learning.  We strive to be a better neighbor to our community & to the Earth.  Our fryer oil is turned into fuel.  Our take-out containers, bags & straws are vegetable-based.  Our Chef is working with local farmers to bring fresh & local ingredients to the table.  We are training our staff to be more Earth conscious. We model our business ethics after the same ideas & standards practiced at home.