Sackets Harbor (earlier spelled Sacketts Harbor) is a village in Jefferson County, New York, United States, on Lake Ontario. The population was 1,450 at the 2010 census. The village was named after land developer and owner Augustus Sackett, who founded it in the early 19th century.
Things to do in Sackets Harbor
4.5 based on 409 reviews
We've eaten at this place several times over the years and always enjoyed it very much. The outdoor area is just gorgeous, between the weathered brick facade of the restaurant building and the large shade trees and other garden elements. The staff is very attentive, and the food arrived hot and was just delicious! What more to ask?! (Well, I guess there IS more: they have music in the evenings; that must be truly wonderful in this environment!)
4.5 based on 10 reviews
This "country" golf course has a great Friday night dinner. They have sandwiches/burgers every night but real dinners only Friday nights during the summer. On Fridays they have 3 or 4 dinner specials and a great salad bar. They have prime rib, a couple of fish dishes (usually blackened or lemon pepper haddock or mahi mahi) and usually one other special. The salad bar is great with an exceptional home made soup. A beautiful view of the golf course also. Great value, nice scenery, and good food. The bar is very nice too, brand new knotty pine motif.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Sweet place with welcoming and friendly service. The sweets/desserts on the counter looked tasty and well presented. However did not expect disposable plates and plastic forks in an independent coffee house. Would be really much nicer if you would have real plates and cups and is not a huge investment :) We will return for sure.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
Service was exceptional. The pizza seemed to be very good. My husband had steak and Portobello salad not so good. It was drenched in balsamic dressing..swimming in it. Not much steak; a few mouth size bites. We were a party of 11 so what that means is 1 bill and if u used ur credit card thats a $2 charge for each. Gratuity is automatic 20% because we were more than 6 ppl. Took us a while to figure out the bill when we realized there were charges that didnt belong; nightmare. Most ppl were good with the food however some kind of spice was in my pizza that made me ill.
Patio was good and the atmosphere was nice outside and they generally have a full house but remember there is only 1 washroom for girls and 1 for boy's; always a line up. Would i recommend this resturant i would say yes with a smaller group and I'd probably try tbe pasta.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
This place looks like a small shack, Post Office, or school bus shelter. That is all it needs. It servers ice cream and everything else an ice cream place server. AND, it is reasonable.
4 based on 267 reviews
Sackets Harbor Brewing Company operates one of New York State’s oldest continuing microbreweries featuring both a working brewery and dining establishment. Located in historic Sackets Harbor, NY, and situated on the shore of Lake Ontario with amazing views and deck seating, the brewery and brew pub occupy the former New York Central Railroad Station building, which retains most of its original detail. The dining room and outside deck boast expansive views of the lake and sunsets. The five star gastropub and restaurant offer upscale pub fare and fine dining that is paired with a rotating selection of over thirty original craft beers brewed on-site including our multi-award winning Thousand Islands Pale Ale and War of 1812 Amber Ale.
Good home made beer - (though one of ours was actually watery) and bar food. View of the water (not unique in Sackets Harbor, obviously). A cheap, ok night out.
4 based on 173 reviews
The Sackets Boathouse is located ON Lake Ontario, with a large deck over the water and gorgeous views from the Dining Room and Bar. Our "Sophisticated Casual" menu is inspired from global travels and features finger foods, filet mignon, and fabulous desserts! Our bar is noted for its extensive collection of micro-brew beers, specialty martinis, and fine wines. (Live Jazz every other Friday, and 1/2 priced bottles of wine on Sundays). *Menus change with the seasons*
We thought we would try this restaurant over another one on the same street. We started with a spinach and artichoke dip. When it came to the table it came with a half a loaf of baguette bread. When we put the dip on the bread we noticed that it was just melted cheese with a little spinach and no artichokes. It had the wrong consistency and the wrong taste. They may call it spinach artichoke dip but it wasn't. That sat on our table until we left. The waitress never picked it up or asked about it. Our dinners came about 40 minutes later and they were both a little over room temperature. I ordered stuffed salmon and it was not made at that restaurant. I guarantee it was bought frozen by the restaurant and they put it in an oven. There was very very little sauce and no spices on it it wasn't browned at all. It was cooked to death.
My wife got chicken puttanesca. She said it was ok but it was room temperature like mine was and the chicken was a bit tough and stringy.
I am surprised that you do not get a salad or any bread with your entrees. The view is great but our food was not good. When we looked around the restaurant we noticed most people were eating salads or sandwiches. I think that might be the way to go at this restaurant and not their entrees.
4 based on 28 reviews
While staying nearby, we dropped in during the afternoon to check the menu and stayed for a beverage at the bar, returning later that evening for dinner. The restaurant has a beautiful waterfront setting on Black River Bay/Lake Ontario and consists of a beautifully reconstructed building and newer addition with plenty of windows facing the water. The restaurant was fairly quiet aiding with fast service and preferred seating, which was also pleasant and efficient. Our dinners arrived hot and as ordered, with the only complaint being the mixed vegetables which were soggy as cooked from frozen. The restaurant also has a lovely outdoor patio in addition to a lower dock style patio in the boat basin. A great spot for boaters, tourists and locals and if dining in the evening, the sunsets can be spectacular!
4 based on 29 reviews
The Nu Pier is a very popular casual restaurant in Sackets Harbor.
Breakfast is a specialty and very popular - especially on weekends.
So get there early or be prepared to wait a little.
The menu has many offerings - all very good - and there are also daily specials.
The service is friendly and attentive.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
To order more than a small would be decadent as the two scoops are more than adequate. It is a charming stand set back from the Main Street with only outdoor seating available. Don't believe they offer sugar cones, but the standard cone was fine. The hard ice cream quality is first rate and it offers exceptional value compared to big city offerings. Go for it!
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