I have returned from KOP PA, and offer up my findings: 1)Unrelated to food, the traffic here is abominable. Getting there, lunch hour (3rd rush hour) and going home. I'm originally from Northern NJ, so I have had my run of traffic in the past, but this was completely insane. I had to actually wait 10 minutes to go through 1 red light, though only about 15 cars were in front of me. Fortunately this was because of 2) my lunch experience at "Peace Pizza", a unique pizzeria that for 2.59, has several designer slices. www.peacepizza.com
I ordered the bbq chicken and bacon slice, it was so good I had to return back, put down another 2.59 on the way home for the Buffalo Wing slice. Totally recommended, and about # 4 on my all time pizzerias, behind Frank Pepe, Alta Pizzeria in Hazleton PA, and Macks in Wildwood NJ. Day 2, unfortunately, I was unable to get lunch, because of constraints involving my training, but day 3, I followed the recommendation of "CheeseWit" and went to Michkaels deli. Ordered the first cut Pastrami. WOW!!! Awesome. Have to say, this is an authentic Jewish deli here, not like Harold's New York, no rueben's allowed here! More impressive, however, were the bottled beers for sale, 500, as advertised in the store front. Beers that I have never heard from before, and I have had quite a few of them! So, for 2 out of the 3 days, it was a great roadfood experience, one, on my own, and the second, due to a fellow roadfood poster. Thanks Cheesewit!