McGraw is a village in Cortland County, New York, United States. The population was 1,053 at the 2010 census. The village is named after Samuel McGraw and is in the eastern part of the town of Cortlandville, east of the city of Cortland.
5 based on 96 reviews
Drive through coffee in Cortland! We roast our own beans and serve them from our 2 drive through locations in Cortland and at our sit down cafe in Homer (Origins by Coffee Mania). We have a passion for coffee and we are excited to share it with you!
It's true: Coffee Mania is amazing in all respects, from the quality of the coffee and service at the drive-thru to their masterful roasting of top-quality coffee beans for home brewing. Not to mention, their baked goods are delicious! And, once again, we were traveling--this time in eastern Maryland--and we tried the local coffee places; they couldn't even begin to compare to Coffee Mania!
4.5 based on 217 reviews
Doug's is an exceedingly casual and popular FRIED seafood restaurant in Cortland. The ordering was expedient, and the food FRIED OK.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Don't forget to order 3 days in advance at least. I got a peanut butter chocolate cake and it was incredible. Delicious and beautiful. I think it was very reasonably priced. Have also had their breakfast sandwiches - delicious and great value.
5 based on 2 reviews
Bobby was the best! Efficient and friendly. Also, the location is perfectly situated just off 81 with easy on off.
5 based on 1 reviews
Great pizza. Friendly staff. Lately unpredictable days/hours, which made it no shocker to hear they are closing. Sad.
4.5 based on 122 reviews
We went here because I had a great experience yesterday a a middle eastern restaurant in Allentown, PA, and was looking for a healthy, delicious lunch. My whole family was disappointed. The spinach pie hardly had any (maybe frozen) spinach and was like they used calzone dough. The Greek salad with iceberg lettuce was not that good, although the dressing was good. My husband ordered a ground meat kabob that was overpriced and under garnished. One kabob on a bed of rice and a small cup of lentil soup was $13. The only thing that was good was my daughter's burger which we got them to cook rare, else it would have been a complete bust. We ate because we were on a college tour so we had to keep moving. When we told them truthfully how we felt, at first the owner argued that we ate, then he took off one item and seemed disappointed we were disappointed so I felt bad for him. He seemed nice and offered to make us something else, so the rating went up for that. Maybe Cortland is just not a foodie town, as there were a lot of people in the restaurant. Left hungry, but looking forward to a good dinner elsewhere.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
We've become very fond of this hometown bakery. We can always stop in and get something delicious to take to a social gathering or a cheer-me-up for a friend. Their apple strudel is sublime. Recently, we've noticed that they are doing gorgeous cakes and cupcakes that are as delicious as they are beautiful. The buttercream frosting that they make is PERFECT--not too sweet and light-as-a-feather.
4 based on 112 reviews
This was my second time eating at this restaurant, after a disastrous first experience of dining with a child with no "children's menu". This visit was much better-and I noticed that they now have a dedicated children's menu.
The menu is still an attempt to upscale Homer in finer Pub dining. They really do have a varied, eclectic menu featuring food that is visually appealing, with unique interesting tastes and textures.
The toasted cheese menu is fascinating. They took a typical toasted cheese and featured different additions to it, and paired it with a cup of tomato bisque. There are 5 types of bread (one of them is wheatberry...which is simply wheat bread!!)
I ordered The Cape Codder: lobster chunks, muenster cheese, tomato and green onion. It was absolutely heavenly! I was less than impressed with the tomato bisque or the stale tortilla chips served with it. Luckily the sandwich was so good I did not care about any of the sides. Melt- in- your- mouth goodness!
We ate outside, and our server was very good. We stayed for a very long time-but since there were always tables available for seating it seemed like it was OK. Our server never rushed us at all-but was attentive when necessary.
Overall-if you are looking for an interesting dining experience this could work for you. My sandwich was awesome-but based upon 2 dining experiences the food is hit or miss.
5 based on 10 reviews
At any of the Coffee Mania locations, you will always find great coffee and excellent baristas who serve you with a friendly smile. Their Origins location also has a food menu now. Very good.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Best Pizza around. Hot meatball sub is great. All food made to order fresh. Salads made to order. Upgrade in appearance inside and outside show new ownership commitment to customer satisfaction. Very clean. Courteous, pleasant wait staff.
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