Are you like thousands of area residents who have lost power? We are working on a list of local places that are looking to give you some releaf in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. If you know of one that's not listed, please add it in the comments section.
Charge up you devices:
Garden of Eatin in Middletown is open and offering WiFi and outlet free of charge. The resturant is also serving dinner until 9 p.m.
Barnes and Noble in Middletown is open and has free WiFi throughout the store.
Starbucks in the Oxford Valley Mall and the one at the Oxford Oaks Shopping Center are both open.
Most open Burger King and McDonald's resturants are offering free WiFi. Open outlets in the eateries are often somewhat hard to find.
The resident at 54 Valley Road in Levittown is offering her outlets on Friday for use by community members looking to get some juice in their batteries. Click here for more.
Wayne Moore will also be opening the outlets at his home - 64 Sugarmaple Lane - for those who need a charge from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Click here for more.
Chick-fil-A in Middletown is open and has free WiFi.
"For those without power, I am opening my home today, Friday 11/2, for charging electronics, hot showers, coffee, tea, hot chocolate or just to sit and get a little warm. 256 Jackson Street Bristol," Borough, Patch reader Desiree Kristoff posted on Facebook.
"Boardwalk Sunsations Tanning in Fairless Hills is offering WiFi and outlet free of charge. Also, we have a small washer/dryer if you need to wash a few things," according to an employee.
Take a warm shower:
The Lower Bucks YMCA is offering its shower facilities for use by the community for free.