Born in 1890, Nibsy's entices patrons with Old World charm, sports-enabled TVs, and a menu of pizzas, wraps, sandwiches, and more. Start the meal right by planting your face in a basket of fried veggies, including zucchini, broccoli, and breaded baby carrots ($5.50), then move on to Nibsy's pizzas, which are freshly prepared with dough from Columbus Bakery and offer the chance to sample a personal pizza and six wings ($9.50+). Friday feasters can bury their gums in a haddock sandwich that's built with fried fish and a toasted roll and served with chips, a pickle, and tartar sauce ($5.75). Plentiful off-street parking offers pub-goers places to park their ride before parking hindquarters in Nibsy's to catch the game, dive into a plate of fries with cheddar-cheese sauce or gravy ($3.50), or choose from eight hot sandwiches and six wraps, such as the hot roast beef sandwich ($6.75) and rib-eye steak wrap ($6.95). Rinse teeth free of food bits by gargling a domestic beer ($3) or a pint of Guinness ($4).
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.
Casual Elegance is how I like to describe Atwater. We are serious about our wine, but not snobbish about it. You can come in with friends and have a great tasting and then picnic outside or you can pick our brains and we can educate you about our area and business in depth. We will cater the tasting to your likes.
Fox Run is situated on the slopes overlooking one of the deepest parts of Seneca Lake -- a winery with fifty acres of vineyards producing a remarkable range of fine, hand-crafted wines. Fox Run Vineyards has become one of the truly great cool-climate wine producers in the Finger Lakes region and the world.
Celebrating 30 years of winemaking at Hunt Country Vineyard, Grape Jam fills patrons with flavorful local wines while live music billows across a panoramic view of the Keuka Lake Valley. Fresh off appearances at this year's Bonnaroo and New Orleans Jazz Fest, the Jamie McLean Band fortifies eardrums with rootsy rock 'n' roll and The Stick Mob and Blue Sky Mission Club pick out bluegrass sounds to an audience of dancers, toe-tappers, and vine elves. Meanwhile, visitors wander the lush, rolling vineyard grounds, fortified by either one complimentary glass of juice or one of Hunt Country's award-winning wines.