Hamlin in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Hamlin with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 34 reviews
What's not to love about drive thru pizza?? Not only is it super convenient, it's my favorite pizza in the area. The other food on their menu looks good too, but I can never bring myself to order anything other than the pizza...it's just so good.
4 based on 63 reviews
I just want to send a message to the manager about my experience tonight. I was there with my family for my brothers bday. Our waitress name was Kathryn. We arrived 5:50 and waited for others to arrive by 6. We placed our drink orders and appetizers. Our soup came then salad and then finally our appetizers approx 45 min after we ordered them. Our broccoli French which is one of our favorites as we frequent this restaurant often came and it was cold. Waitress never came to check on things or do drink refill. Had to ask for plates for appetizers. We order pasta and chicken dishes...it took a very long time to receive our dinners and they didn't all arrive at same time. 10 min was when the last dish served from the first. We were there 2 hours!!!!! The waitress took forever to bring check. She added gratitudy on our check which made us upset because she certainly didn't provide service for the 18% tip that was added. We had to ask other waitress to bring our check. I am not sure what went wrong tonight in your restaurant but disappointed and the restaurant was not busy tonight.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Doing the Erie Canal this year, stopping at almost every little town. Sam's Diner stands out! Great service great food. Actually some interesting Greek dishes too. We stopped for a late lunch early dinner and will definitely go back tomorrow for breakfast.
If we come by again by car this will be on the short list of places to go.
Meatloaf sandwhich was delicious but lots of good choices for the vegetarian too.
4 based on 39 reviews
First of all, We were so very impressed with the Service...So kind and they went out of their way to assist us... It was our first time visiting......The coffee was delicious...And they have a great variety of soups...This welcoming restaurant seems to be very popular with the locals....We will return when we visit Brockport...
4 based on 180 reviews
We dropped our daughter off at college and were looking for a place to grab a burger and a beer and sit outside as the day was stellar. My husband had an Elk burger..being a hunter..and it was amazing. Get the fries, they are kick butt. I had a salad with salmon and it was very yum. The outdoor seating was "ok"..as u are along a concrete barrier along the river, but it was outside and nice. I would say it's a "go"...try it and see what you think. If nothing else, you will undoubtedly get a good meal!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
We were in Brockport on an overnight outing and stopped at the candy store twice. They were giving samples of chocolate covered sponge candy and offered it to me both times, even though I had just be in the night before and they knew it. There are all kinds of candy in the store and the girls behind the counter are pleasant and cheery. The ice cream is good, too. Overall, this is the way a candy store should be! There is even a place to sit down and eat the goodies. They are open late in the summer time, which we also appreciated.
5 based on 1 reviews
This place is a wonderful place to spend some time and enjoy western NY.
An outstanding farmers market, Ice cream stand and grill. The dining room is very rustic and decorated with antique farm tools, signs , toys and other artifacts.
Thee staff is ultra friendly. This was a very enjoyable lunch . Of course you are very close to Lake Ontario and some of the most beautiful farm country in the nation. Much like my beloved home state of South Dakota.
4 based on 71 reviews
Had to stop on business at the bank across the street. Came out hungry and saw this place across the street. Stopped in, the people were friendly. I noticed people stopping in for milkshakes to go. I see why, old fashion and delicious! Had a couple of white-hots with everything. Mmmmm!
4 based on 19 reviews
A lovely mother/daughter team (along with at least 10 others) provided a unique dining experience for my mother/daughter team. My mother and I drove out from Buffalo to Holley to visit the working farm for Hurd Orchards' Blueberries Up Blueberries Down afternoon luncheon. We arrived about 25 minutes early to ensure we had a parking spot and have an opportunity to shop in their market before the lunch. It was a nice country store with very cute decor but extremely high prices (like $18 for a tiny owl candle). They offered jams and spreads, honey, syrup, eggs, baked goods, all kinds of baskets and linens but everything was very overpriced (in my opinion). The luncheon experience was unique, delicious, and enjoyable. After hearing about the working farm and their history of blueberries, which was interesting and fun, we were able to enjoy our feast - a blueberry lemon ricotta cheese on crustini bread, blueberry lemonade that was out of this world delicious, salad, muffins and fresh bread with fresh jam, generous portions of ham with blueberry ketchup, potato salad, squash, and dessert. Every course included blueberries in a wonderful way. Everything was prepared fresh and was served with lovely display. HUGE displays of fresh flowers adorned the barn perfectly. It was a very hot day, but there was a breeze to cool the barn down a bit. Overall a great experience (but with an expensive price tag - reservations are required and are non-refundable/non-exchangeable).
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Great little country restaurant. Everything is made local. Staff is friendly and service quick. Love stopping in for breakfast, between my jobs on weekends. French toast is made with French bread, awesome. When they have them on special, the pecan pancakes are to die for.
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