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Mitsuba's culinary crew rolls rice and sizzles hibachi-grilled entrees within a chic, modern atmosphere. The menu fuses authentic hibachi dishes, such as grilled scallops ($20.95), with hand-rolled delicacies that include the sweet-potato roll ($4) and the Green Dragon—a jumble of eel, cucumber, and avocado ($9.50). Entrees such as the New Hartford Meets Japan, an unlikely marriage of broiled gulf shrimp, vegetables, and black rice ($21.95), satisfy appetites while inspiring television producers with new romantic-comedy premises. Noontime noshers can nibble on Mitsuba’s lunch options, including seafood- or meat-packed Bento boxes ($8.50–$9) or the harmonious lunch-roll combo, which features two sushi rolls paired with soup and salad ($8.50).

8562 Seneca Tpke
New Hartford,
NY
US

Executive chef William Chen deftly wields his over 10 years of culinary experience as he crafts edible works of art at Mitsuba. Plates arrive at tables carefully layered with sushi rolls such as the colorful Mitsuba lobster roll, consisting of tempura lobster, avocado, mango, and marinated crabmeat. The Christmas roll, made up of fried shrimp, spicy tuna, and caviar, is a much better holiday treat than a visit from a money-seeking relative, and it comes with an eye-catching flower garnish. For cooked comestibles, diners need look no further than their own hibachi tables, which double as fiery surfaces upon which chefs sizzle filet mignon, salmon, and scallops.

17 Ellinwood Dr
New Hartford,
NY
US

The Lake House’s chefs create innovative seafood plates and hearty steaks as diners take in lakeside views from the interior of an historic hotel built in 1843. Scan the menu before electing upscale eats such as pumpkin-seed-encrusted trout filets in sherry cream ($16.99) or pan-seared hunter’s ducks dressed in a pear-and-peppercorn au jus ($22.99). Chefs stuff the Lake House bone-in pork chop with an autumnal mélange of apples, onions, blue cheese, and cloud bacon before tossing it on the grill and drenching it in an apple-cider glaze ($17.99). Dinner diners sink meat fangs into a New York strip steak’s side ($19.99), and luncheon guests peruse burgers and sandwiches such as the grilled-chicken cordon bleu, which sports ham, swiss cheese, and a jaunty monocle atop its grilled roll ($8.99). Lounge on the patio facing the lake or illumine meals indoors with the light of Tiffany-style stained-glass table lamps.

2521 County Highway 22
Richfield Springs,
NY
US

Joel’s Front Yard Steak House has served a hearty menu of varied steak, seafood, and pasta since 1965. Maryland crab cakes ($9.95 for two) start meals with house remoulade and golden-fried flavor. Experience the slow-roasted deliciousness of a one-pound slab of the house specialty, prime rib ($24.95), also available blackened and Cajun-spiced for an additional $1. Cognac tenderloin tips cover char-broiled filet-mignon tips with a cognac-brandy shallot sauce and helpful advice ($21.95), and the seafood pasta scampi throws caution to the wind and tosses sea scallops and shrimp over pasta and garlic sauce ($18.95). Chicken parmigiana takes a classically prepared Italian dish and places it atop the pasta du jour ($16.95). Transform any meal into a surf-and-turf dinner with seafood add-ons including market-price lobster tail or parmesan, scampi, Cajun, or fried fresh sea scallops ($8.95).

5548 Route 31
Verona,
NY
US

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1 Payne St
Hamilton,
NY
US

In 1981, Rolf Babiel disembarked in New York City with $500 to his name, quickly transforming the cash sum into Hallo Berlin—the city's first German food cart. Two brick-and-mortar locations now bear the Hallo Berlin moniker, vending traditional German dishes such as marinated herrings and schnitzels. The midtown location—a New York magazine Critics' Pick—surrounds guests between yellow and red walls that resemble the German flag and patriotic lederhosen. According to the New York Times, the restaurant's authentic fare "goes perfectly with the selection of German beers," which includes labels such as München, Kölsch, and Spaten.

55 Corbettsville Rd
Conklin,
NY
US