Restaurants in Oneida

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 48% Off at Marcella's Family Restaurant

Glenville

$20 $11

Family restaurant serves up a variety of Italian and American classics for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including pastas, burgers, and subs

Up to 50% Off Homemade Meals at Kirkland's King Eagle Diner

Carthage

$20 $11

Diners can dig into homemade diner classics for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, finishing off meals with freshly made desserts

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

52% Off Pan-Asian Cuisine at Lemongrass Kitchen

Vestal

$25 $12

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New twists on Malaysian, Vietnamese, Japanese, and Thai culinary traditions; elegant plating

$11 for Pizza at Home Style Pizza

Schenectady

$20 $11

Chefs craft brick-oven pies with 20+ toppings, layer meat between fresh bread, and cook Sicilian-style fare in family eatery open since 1972

50% Off Bagels, Deli Food, and More at Bruegger's

Multiple Locations

$40 $20

More than 20 bagel varieties baked fresh alongside regionally influenced sandwiches and arabica coffees

45% Off Barbecue at Memphis Smoke House

Saratoga Springs

$20 $11

Chefs rub brisket, chicken, and ribs in seasonings before slow smoking meats in hardwood smoker and dousing in bourbon sauce

43% Off at Duo Modern Japanese Cuisine & Lounge

Saratoga Springs

$30 $17

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Eatery offers a fusion of Japanese, Italian, and French cuisine such as roasted duck, mushroom black risotto, salmon tartar, and sushi

Up to 46% Off at Istanblue Mediterranean Cuisine

Saratoga Springs

$40 $22

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Turkish staples such as lamb kebabs, grilled octopus, Mediterranean sea bass, whole dorado, and paper-thin iskender

45% Off Barbeque, Deli Food, and Bakery items at Park Side Eatery

Saratoga Springs

$20 $11

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Caterers in the business for more than 15 years now run an eatery featuring a full bakery, New York-style deli, and BBQ

50% Off American Food at Max London's

Saratoga Springs

$20 $10

Changing nightly, a spread of pastas, entrees, salumi and cheese, and wood-fired pizzas reflects a dedication to local, seasonal ingredients

Select Local Merchants

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

1245 Earlville Rd
Earlville,
NY
US

Snow Ridge Ski Resort offers skiers and snowboarders 130 acres of snowy mountain terrain with 500 feet of vertical drop. Six lifts—including four double chairs, a T-bar, and a bunny tow—usher visitors to the top of 22 different trails. Skiers of all stripes will find terrain suited to their particular skill level, including healthy servings of green, blue, and black-diamond runs. A terrain park features a gauntlet of rails and boxes designed for grinding, jumping, and mid-air wardrobe changes.

The resort is also home to a PSIA-certified ski school, where kids as young as 3 learn the ins and outs of proper downhill technique through instructional games and props. For a snapshot of current conditions at the resort, check out the ski report, which includes information on recent snowfall, the percentage of open terrain, and the number of lifts in operation.

4173 West Rd
Turin,
NY
US

Fuji Japanese Steak House, Hibachi, & Sushi's name encapsulates the chefs' dedication to forging a variety of Japan's most iconic dishes. The sushi chefs assemble 35 rolls, filling the Specialty Maki with lobster, onions, spicy salmon, and a honey-wasabi sauce, plating the roll as artfully as Michelangelo’s sculpture of the David’s favorite pizza. In the kitchen, platefuls of vegetables, chicken, and shrimp sear atop hibachi grills, and servings of beef teriyaki and yaki udon round out the menu's selection.

5925 rome taberg rd
Rome,
NY
US

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

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