- Chili's. Nothing to be said--a chain restaurant with a good southwestern chicken salad and too much beer (my capacity for alcohol diminishes as I age).
- Mohegan Manor. Downtown Baldwinsville's classiest restaurant, I suspect. This was new to me, though I've seen it on previous visits. Had the black cod special, the fish on top of some tarted up mashed potatoes and steamed? spinach. Enjoyed the food, but not the noise. The restaurant's in an old building (long ago mansion I expect), which has been renovated down to the original floor boards, so there's nothing to absorb the sounds.
- Tabatha's. Have eaten here several times, usually try to hit it once each trip. It's a home-style restaurant with good food and lots of it. What makes it special are the desserts, particularly the pies.
- Canal Walk Cafe. Deserted the hotel's continental breakfast for this place, which is by the side of the canal. It reminds me of the corner restaurant in Greene, NY. Good food. I almost said "simple", but their breakfast special Thursday was a "strata" something--a cheese omelot stuffed with Italian sausage, onions, and other stuff (I'm not exactly a discerning eater, BTW). It was good, but so was the scrambled egg on Wed. It to be the sort of place with neighborhood regulars, and a friendly atmosphere where the waitress calls you: "honey".
Saturday, December 05, 2009
The Restaurants of Baldwinsville
Returned from my trip last night and thought I'd resume blogging with thumbnail reviews of the restaurants at which I ate: