Tapas and Cachette on Main Street in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Bethlehem’s Main Street offers a variety of dining options. With so many to choose from, it can be difficult to decide where to eat—especially if you’re eating out with company.

Luckily, at joint restaurants Tapas on Main and Cachette, you have a wide assortment of delicious dishes to accommodate to an array of tastes.

With their shared kitchen, whether you’re at Cachette or Tapas, you are still able to order off of either menu. Both establishments are cofounded by Juan Carlos Paredes and Chef Rafael Palomino, and are open for lunch, dinner, and brunch on the weekends starting at 10 a.m.

Cachette, is a rustic bistro and creperie inspired by French cuisine. They specialize in sweet and savory crepes but also offer soups, salads, coffee & espresso drinks, and more. On rating and review platforms such as Yelp and Trip Advisor, Cachette is rated between 4 and 5 stars by customers who commend the staff on their prompt and friendly service, their menu’s range of flavors, large portion sizes, and relaxing atmosphere to soak up after a day out on the town.



Repeating customers highly recommend their California Crepes, Mac & Cheese, Huevos Rancheros Crepes, and Croque Madame. Indoor and outdoor seating options are available, as well as delivery and take out for when you’re on the go.

Tapas on Main, located right beside Cachette, specializes in Spanish cuisine (yes, including a wide variety of tapas (appetizers/small plates). They offer classic Spanish dishes like paella, croquettes, frijoles con chorizo and more, many of which have vegetarian and gluten free options.

As with Cachette, Tapas has a cozy atmosphere, indoor and outdoor seating, and delivery and to go options. Customers frequently note the restaurant’s friendly staff, large portion sizes, and delicious sharable tapas and meals.

“Sitting outside at Tapas in downtown Bethlehem is like you are on vacation even though you are in your hometown! Staff is great, menu is fantastic and drink selection is fun,” says a customer on review site Open Table.

Speaking of drink selections, Tapas has a full bar with seasonal drinks and bartender on deck.

Stop by Tapas on Main and Cachette next time you’re heading down Main Street. Whether you’re looking to be whisked off to France, or experience Spanish cuisine, these joint restaurants provide the best of both worlds.