Restaurants in Watertown

Up to 52% Off Entertainment Package at 3D Sports

Lowville

$52 $25

OptiGolf simulator with 73 course options; shooting simulator with virtual hunting and target-practice settings

50% Off Japanese Cuisine at Mitsuba

Multiple Locations

$22 $11

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Delectable sushi such as Crazy Eel rolls and Sunshine rolls, with spicy crabmeat and avocado, as well as hibachi salmon, shrimp, and steak

Up to 50% Off at Tonini's Pizzeria

Cicero, North Syracuse

$20 $11

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Chefs use family recipes to make from-scratch sauce, dough, and mozzarella used in gourmet pizzas, pastas, and sandwiches

50% Off American Food at Kellie's No Name Diner

Lyncourt

$15 $7.50

Triple-decker roast-beef clubs with lettuce and tomato, chicken-finger and blue-cheese wraps, and stacks of fluffy pancakes

50% Off American Food at Sophistications by Mahogani Hills

Downtown

$30 $15

Diners' meals are punctuated by live jazz performances in a contemporary candlelit restaurant

Up to 52% Off at Arby's

Westside

$10.48 $5

BLTs and corned beef and swiss sandwiches match with sides such as cookies and chips

Up to 50% Off at Kawa Japanese Cuisine

Liverpool

$30 $15

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Traditionally prepared sushi and cooked entrees showcase fresh fish and creative ingredients such as jalapeño, mango, and fried banana

Half Off Italian Food at Carnegie Cafe & Catering at Maplewood Inn

Liverpool

$40 $20

Housemade pasta dishes, pan-seared jumbo scallops, and 18 oz. cowboy steak with garlic butter served amid regular live-music performances

Up to 54% Off Burger Lunch at Bailey's Casual Dining

Picton

C$26 C$12

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Burgers and appetizers such as poutine and chicken wings made with local ingredients

Select Local Merchants

Family-owned for five generations and 116 years, Smith Housewares and Restaurant Supply stocks residential and commercial kitchens with approximately 18,000 items, including a wide variety of food equipment. Patrons can paint egg-glaze masterpieces with a 1-inch boar-bristle pastry brush ($2.82) or don a chef’s hat ($8.99) to collect free sticky buns from passersby who mistake them for the Pillsbury Doughboy. Alternatively, customers can dunk dough in a 12-cup S/S deep fryer ($77.99) or dip delicacies in chocolate melted with a electric multi fondue set ($71.99) to craft homemade sweets. Hops and yeast from a True Brew Irish stout ingredient kit ($43.89) ferment into 5 gallons of full-bodied ale (equipment not included). Smith Housewares and Restaurant Supply also hosts a substantial array of industrial service equipment for restaurants or wistful home kitchens dreaming of the big time.

170 Court St
Watertown,
NY
US

Affable aesthetician Christine Benoit revitalizes smile holders with customized facials. The 60-minute face-coddling session is tailored to each client’s skin type from oily to acneic and mature to frosting-covered. Visitors slip into relaxed reveries as a face whisperer pampers epidermises, revivifying mugs and ridding pores of dirt, grime, and oil. During peppermint facials peppermint-scented products and aromas swirl through the air to create a spa visit as seasonally sweet as Christmas morning at the candy-cane factory.

349 King St E
Kingston,
ON
CA

Fueled by a passion for cooking healthy Indian food without sacrificing flavour and by a passion for cooking in general, Gita Bassi founded Tandoori Sizzle in 2010. Since then, Gita’s 100% housemade menu and infectious smile has made a lasting impact on the community and her customers, so much so that students who visit the restaurant call her “Mama.”

Delicious as they may be, Gita emphasizes that her dishes are good for you, too—she avoids the use of ghee, a clarified butter included in many Indian recipes. That health-minded approach reaffirms the genuine concern Gita expresses through her food and personality: “My customers are like my family,” she told the Kingston Whig-Standard. “When students call me Mama, I love that.”

1046 Princess Street
Kingston,
ON
CA

Hailed as "one of Canada's most intriguing, inventive and buzzed-about chefs" by the Financial Times, culinary wunderkind Luke Hayes-Alexander became the executive chef at Luke's Gastronomy six years ago, when he was just 15 years old. Relying almost exclusively on local ingredients, Hayes-Alexander designs artistically presented dishes that blend classic, modern, and neo-futurist techniques. These dishes pair nicely with the wine list’s signature chardonnays and cabernet francs, each of which is crafted from free-range grapes grown at the restaurant's own vineyards.

264 Princess St
Kingston,
ON
CA

On the second story of a quaint building, the chefs of Tata's House of Pizza & Pasta churn out pies slathered in housemade sauce and decorated with toppings ranging from salami to fresh garlic. Along with a menu of bubbling pizzas, the staff slathers wings in honey-garlic and “Suicide” sauce, dress up burgers with bacon and cheese, and pile slabs of housemade lasagna onto plates with fresh-made garlic bread.

569 Princess St
Kingston,
ON
CA

At The Creekside Bar and Grill, diners enjoy classic sandwiches, 8-ounce burgers, and specialty pizzas on an outdoor patio overlooking the waters of Loughborough Lake. Visitors can dock their boats near the restaurant and hop ashore to enjoy nightly specials and live music on the weekends.

2261 Wellington Street
Battersea,
ON
CA