Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Geneva. Geneva is a city in Ontario and Seneca counties in the U.S. state of New York. It is located at the northern end of Seneca Lake; all land portions of the city are within Ontario County; the water portions are in Seneca County. The population was 13,261 at the 2010 census. The city is supposedly named after the city and canton of Geneva in Switzerland. The main settlement of the Seneca was spelled Zoneshio by early white settlers, and was described as being 2 miles north of Seneca Lake.
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3 based on 12 reviews
Went with my wife because we heard they had a good new chef. The menu is very limited with only five or six entrees. Both of our dinners were nothing special. They need to expand the menu and prepare something that tastes better than a typical chain restaurant.
4 based on 12 reviews
I have been to Vonnie's a few times. This last time, though, was the first time I had eaten there. I was pleasantly surprised. Pub fare, but cooked well and quickly. Yum! And since I was last there, they have added a few craft beers to their offerings. Very welcome indeed! We were actually there to play trivia (we didn't win).
4 based on 32 reviews
Enjoyed a delicious meal (sausage, chips, and a beer for $12 was the special) on a lovely Saturday night. Apparently, the street closes to auto traffic on Summer weekends. There were several other items (including jambalaya) that I would have loved to try. We did share a pretzel stick appetizer...warm, soft, delicious served with melted cheese and/or a sampler of various mustards. Super good!Nice selection of local beer and wine also. Give this place a try.
4 based on 15 reviews
A huge group of us hung out here after a recent wedding. Great atmosphere! Bar was a little slow, but I think it was because our group ended up being so huge! Really fun..
Passing through town, stopped for dinner. Only open 8 weeks and off to a great start. We had Heavy Keviâs Famous Brisket and Hog Wallow Ultimate MAC n Cheese â both highly recommended. Brita was our server â she was terrific!
4 based on 81 reviews
Really not my favorite restaurant. It felt a little tired and there were not that many tables. The staff were friendly and the food was good albeit not the best meals we have ever had. Seemed clean.
4 based on 245 reviews
We went for dinner and had Asian salad with French onion soup and a pastrami sandwich with fries. All the items were very good. The onion soup was VERY good! The portions were ample and very tasty. The service was great and with a smile!One tip...if youâre tall youâll want to sit at a table that does not have the wood divider under it. They were very accommodating to seat us wherever we would be comfortable. We will definitely be back if/when we are in this area again. Give it a try!!
4 based on 319 reviews
Great welcome, great wait staff, great food!The owner has several autographed sports jerseys if you're interested to see some history! Bart Starr had just passed the day before we were there, and his jersey was on the wall - amazing!Definitely recommending this Irish sports bar for atmosphere and food and service!
4 based on 811 reviews
Traveling thru town and found this place for lunch. It's a great old fashioned bar/restaurant with a great old bar and large stone fireplace in the dinning room.The food was ok, and the servise needed much to be desired, it took forever to get our second beer and there was only another large table of 10 or 12 being served at the time we were there. The menu has a good verity, and I would be willing to give it another try if I were from the area.
4 based on 272 reviews
From the outside the Red Dove looks like a low key pub that ma serve up simple burgers and pizza. However, as they say 'don't judge a book by it's cover'. Red Dove is located in an informal room (complete with pressed tin ceiling) but it's menu is imaginative and the food superb. We went right to the entrees and thoroughly enjoyed the salmon (perfectly cooked and nested on a bed of pasta in a light tomato sauce) and the veal meatballs (served in a spicy, coconut broth with peas and broccoli). There's a good wine list with many locale offerings and lots of craft beers on tap. The service was excellent and the prices fair. You can't make reservations.
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