Bars in Fulton

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Nestled in Syracuse’s historic Armory Square district, PJ’s Pub and Grill’s unpretentious atmosphere belies the filet mignon sizzling in its kitchen. Patrons can slice into gourmet beef cuts and other upscale dinner entrees, such as a sesame-crusted tuna and portobello-stuffed ravioli, as games unfold on the eatery’s big-screen TVs. Alternatively, diners can opt for bar-style eats, which complement a bar-sized selection of wine, beer and shots. Dishes range from shepherd’s pie and grilled paninis to burgers, such as the Southwestern, crowned in pepper jack cheese and onion straws. A daily rotation of lunch and happy-hour specials adds an element of surprise to the dining experience, much like finding a winning lottery ticket in your date's wallet, and groups can retire to a choice of two brick-walled banquet halls for private celebrations.

116 Walton St
Syracuse,
NY
US

Sophistications by Mahogani Hills treats guests to smooth live jazz shows led by local artists, as well as delicious lunches and dinners of smoky barbecue, delicate sautéed and jerk chicken, and fresh garden vegetables and salads. Owners Ken and Tina Hills curate a lineup of live performances from singers and instrumentalists, as well as standup comedy, private events, and corporate parties.

441 S Salina St
Syracuse,
NY
US

Yelpers give Pomodoro Grill and Wine Bar an average of 3.5 stars, and more than 60 TripAdvisors give the restaurant an average of 3.5 owl eyes. Six Citysearchers give them a 3.8-star average.

3400 Monroe Ave
Rochester,
NY
US

The Basin Pub's menu accompanies upscale twists on corner-pub favorites with a breadth of draft brews and wines. Warm up gullet muscles with an order of crispy wedge fries smothered in melted blue cheese and drizzled with wing sauce ($8), then experience the layered lushness of a deli-style sandwich stuffed with roast beef, turkey, or corned beef roasted for up to 12 hours, with a choice of cheese and bread ($11 for 10 oz.). Lobster mac 'n' cheese arrives with the lowbrow elegance of Clark Gable at a tire fire, crafted from cavatelli pasta sautéed with lobster in a four-cheese house sauce and crested with crispy breadcrumbs and a drizzle of truffle oil ($13). A broad selection of draft beers, wines, and house cocktails provides a match for any meal and gives patrons an excuse to check out the bartender's solid resumé.

637 Pittsford Victor Rd
Pittsford,
NY
US

Since 1945, Don's Original has been stifling stomach rumblings with varied menus consisting of famous original sandwiches, not-yet-famous sandwiches, plates, and sandwich-complementing sides. Don's Original maintains a come-as-you-are atmosphere, allowing customers to order comfort eats free from the chaos of family-member-attended singles' masquerade balls. Savor your selection while watching sandwich engineers manufacture mouthwatering masterpieces at the inside counter, or take your order to the patio and dine at one of Don's outdoor picnic tables during warmer months (not available at the Brighton location).

2055 Fairport Nine Mile Pt
Penfield,
NY
US

Just behind its deceptively quaint, sleepy front-porch facade, The Landing Bar and Grille crackles with the kinetic energy of live bands, games of pool, a vast menu of pub-style grub, and a nightly happy hour. At the tchotchke-lined bar, domestic bottles wash down giant wings, which diners customize with one of five sauces. For a hunger-decimating half-pound of Black Angus, nine different burgers step up to the plate, including one with a peppercorn bourbon glaze and one that's confident enough to show up to tables accompanied by nothing but lettuce and tomato. The kitchen also prepares a dozen kinds of specialty sandwiches, as well as a handful of wraps lined with veggies, tuna, or grilled chicken breast.

30 Fairport Village Lndg
Fairport,
NY
US