Find out what American restaurants to try in Sharon Springs. Sharon Springs is a village in Schoharie County, New York, United States. The population was 547 at the 2000 census. Its name derives from the hometown of the first Colonial settlers, Sharon, Connecticut, and the important springs in the village. Sharon Springs, Kansas likewise was settled by former residents of this Upstate New York village.
4 based on 117 reviews
We ate here for dinner after a Glimmerglass event. Itâs a small restaurant with 2 dining rooms and a narrow front porch with tables. Our server, Maddie, was terrific and our food was good. The meals arrived promptly. The serving sizes are adequate. The tables on the porch were cute if you had a small party of 2-3. Parking was a little tricky because thereâs no parking lot but theres street parking. We will be back.
5 based on 100 reviews
This is not your typical Hot dog stand. Pete, Tepee Pete is just a guy with a pot of chili and a dream. Serving roadside eats, outside dining only. Only open seasonally May to October.
The four of us enjoyed a lunch sharing quarters of 4 burgers: Blue cheese w/mushrooms; Philly Cheese; Buffalo Wing; BBQPete's enthusiasm is contagious and the store is fun to shop in while you wait for your food. The view and setting are a charming step back in time.
4 based on 45 reviews
Been there more than a couple of times, close to home. My last meal was actually a surprise, better than average. I had scallop dinner, done very well. Had steamed clams, which needed a better cleaning, get tired of eating sand. The place could use an overhaul; good cleaning and better decor. The food is really hit n miss type. So take your chance, you might be surprised.
4 based on 171 reviews
Now in our 15th year, and a mainstay of Sharon Springs' historic Main Street Black Cat offers high quality, innovative food made with local and organic ingredients whenever possible. Widely-known for our delectable desserts and breads. Indoor and outdoor
So I called a day before and spoke to the owner Tony about his black hot sauce. He was so friendly and kind over the phone and said,"when you get into town let me know". So I was excited to say Hi and get some hot sauce. Walked in and the older woman who was the host seated us for lunch and I asked her to "please tell Tony I was here" as I spoke to him the day before. She said yes he is here and nothing more. We sat for about 10 mins before a man with glasses came and took our drink order and food order. He was very nice and apologized for the wait and that they were busy. I get it, it's Harvest Fest. The waitress brought over are drinks and then about another 15 mins later our food. There were three of us but only two plates were brought. So another 7 mins went by and she brought out the last sandwich. I ordered fries and it came with ketchup on the plate. Trying to get more ketchup was painful as no one came to check on us or seemed to give a damn that we were there. So my fries got cold and I had to walk up to the cash register to ask for more ketchup. No salt or pepper on the table, just in packages with plastic ware. Is someone stealing your ketchup, salt and pepper that you have to rational it like its World War I. After finishing part our meals we waited more. The young girls, not ladies cause no ladies would have acted like this, just kept looking at our table and moving about. No smiles, no warmth, just bitter and seemed like that had better things to do then do their job!!!!!! After waiting for someone I looked around and got paper and a bag myself to wrap up the leftover sandwich as the girls just all stood at the register. I even bussed my own table and put the trash in the can and wiped the table down, as the girls just stared. Are you kidding me??? I have worked in restaurants/hotels all of my life (20 years) and this was just unacceptable. As we were leaving my cousin said in a calm tone "good luck" and the little girl responded with "You better check yourself". Never in my life have I had such horrible service by little arrogant pretense snobs. The food was decent but the service left a sour taste in our mouths. Do yourself a favor and during Harvest Fest visit somewhere else where they don't have chickens with heads cut off serving and taking orders. I don't write bad reviews but this place took the Prize Of Worse Service. I bought the hot sauce and can't wait to try it ($10 a bottle). Tony hire new staff and ones with customer service experience.I'm so sorry you had a bad service experience and that I didn't get to see you or fix it!! Harvest Fest is a crazy time and the traffic is enormous and even though we had some serious short-staffing issues, that should never impact customers the way it did you -- I did change the system the next day to slow the pace down and make service smoother. Also I did hear about your specific experience (but had no way of reaching out to you to apologize, so I'm glad you wrote a review so I can do so now) and I did talk to the girls about it. We do make mistakes and our policy is to apologize and work to fix them. So ...Thank you for taking the time to let us know -- every review, good or bad, helps us to fix things that happen, .I hope you enjoy the hot sauce and would love to hear what you think of it.Email me directly at [email protected] and I'd like to send you a gift card or online gift so you can either give us another chance or try other Black Cat products at my expense. Tony
4 based on 117 reviews
One of the best dining experiences we've had. We started with the caesar salad and potstickers. Both were fantastic. Our entrees were sea bass, short ribs, pork schnitzel and the sausage and polenta entree. We could no believe how totally amazing everything was. We ended with 2 desserts. I can't recall what they were called but both were absolutely delicious - one was a meringue and the other was a panna cotta. Just wow from beginning to end.Thank you for your kind words! Come on back some time
4 based on 187 reviews
Attention to detail and fine food make this a enjoyable stop. Cooperstown does not have any decent restaurants, with the exception of the Otesage,map they get busy with visors romthe opera from Cooperstown.. It can be crowded sometimes and filled with osequious dullards, but the dining experience is pleasant.
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