Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Penn Yan. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Penn Yan is an incorporated village in Yates County, New York, United States. The population was 5,159 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Yates County and lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake, one of the Finger Lakes.
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My wife is from Penn Yann and when we go back to visit, we are always looking for new restaurants to visit. 18th Amendment had only been open a short while when we went. The location has been restored nicely. The bar is beautiful. The brick walls have be cleaned up. Even the chairs are substantial. You can tell they put thought into everything. It appears that they sell only NY State beer, wine, and liquor. If you haven't experienced the local wines, you are missing a treat. Same with the Climbing Bine's beer on tap. The atmosphere is relaxed and not too noisy, in part because they don't have TV's, thankfully. The food menu is short and pub-like. The burger we split was delicious. The owner was on premises and everyone was very friendly and helpful. It appears that the hours are limited, so be sure to check before you go. We will be sure to return.
Stopped in for a quick mid-afternoon bite after we checked into the Microtel around the corner. Honestly, the food and service here were terrible. Clearly this is a local watering hole. The bartender was nice enough, but more concerned with chatting with the locals at the bar than waiting on tables.When we finally placed our order, we waited at least 30 minutes for our meal. There were no other patrons eating, so clearly the kitchen wasn't slammed, so no excuse for the wait. And it's not like we orderede anything complicated, so...After all that, the food was terrible. Calzone was just a huge pocket of thick dough, filled with a copious amount of cheese and barely discernible, miniscule chopped up bits of pizza toppings. The cup of tomato sauce that came with it was, you guessed it, cold. I had about three bites and gave up. The calzone and the meatball sub were coated in some disgusting garlic cream sauce.Not everyone got cutlery, had to chase the bartender/waiter down for that. Knowing he wouldn't make his way to our table, ever, walked up to the bar, paid, and promptly went and bought myself a bag of chips to fill my still-hungry tummy.They did have a lot of beers on tap, so if a cold one is all you're looking for, then this dive bar might fit the bill. But do yourself a favour and skip the food!
Nothing special on the menu, but it was served quickly, tasted good and was warm. Only drawback was we went from a quiet meal to a very loud one due to a thunderstorm which brought all the golfers into the restaurant at one time.
4 based on 14 reviews
We stopped here for lunch and were not disappointed. My husband had an Italian sandwich which was stuffed with meat & cheese and on a roll that must have been 12" long. I had a turkey sandwich, which was also stuffed with meat. The french fries were good. The waitress was wonderful, very friendly.
4 based on 145 reviews
We had two pizzas there while traveling in the Finger Lakes region.The food was OK, but nothing to boast about. More expensive than our favorite pizza place in the Boston area.When our server brought the bill she explained that the owner has a new system that charges a 3.7% surcharge if you use a credit care. As we were traveling and not carrying a lot of cash, we had to pay it. There was nothing said about this when we arrived, nothing on the menu and no notice on our table (we ate on the outside deck).To me, this is highly dishonest. You think you are paying one price when you order, but find you have to pay more in the end. Needless to say, we won't be back on our next trip to the Finger Lakes!
4 based on 321 reviews
Canât see what all the hype is about with this place. So many reviewers rave about it and locals love it but I really just donât get it. The smoked brisket sandwich was so dry and tough with super greasy over cooked sweet potato fries. The Cobb salad was just OK at best. Just an average boring menu and the prices arenât much of a bargain considering the quality of food. The two cocktails we had were mostly ice and weak. Our waitress was absolutely charming and she did a fantastic job but we will not be returning. Would rather get a sandwich to go down at the local supermarket and eat it in my car with a can of wine.
4 based on 77 reviews
We werenât expecting much from this place but we were pleasantly surprised. We both had seafood baskets (fried shrimp and clam strips) and they were both really good with generous portions, plus really good fries. Both baskets were around $10 each, which is a good value. Restaurant is really a bar first but did seem ok for kids at least during lunch. Saw lots of families eating here while we were here. Biggest complaint was seating. Not a ton of booths and high top table furniture was dated and uncomfortable.Restaurant is right in downtown Penn Yan, near the new Microtel. There is parking in the back of the restaurant.
4 based on 195 reviews
This is a new restaurant and is on small lane off Main St in downtown Penn Yan, NY
We stopped here for dinner during a recent trip to the Finger Lakes.Timmy G's is located on a small side street off the main street of Penn Yan.......easy to find. The restaurant is fairly small, but we had no problem finding a table.Our server was extremely friendly and VERY efficient......was really on top of things and our food & drinks were delivered quite quickly.I ordered the lunch-size portion of their Homemade Lasagna as my entree. Several entrees were available in lunch or dinner size.....a great way for diners to select their portion size. A soup or salad is also included with each entree, so I selected their French Onion Soup. The soup was more of a hit than the lasagna.My spouse decided to try their Cheeseburger which came with one side dish. His burger was more medium than the medium rare temperature that he had requested, but it was still flavorful. The coleslaw was a bit tangy. If you want a bit of a local, small town atmosphere, then Timmy G's is the place you need to go.
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