Sylvan Beach is a village in Oneida County, New York, United States; in the southeastern end of the Town of Vienna. In 2015, the year-round population of Sylvan Beach was estimated to be 892 persons.
Things to do in Sylvan Beach
4 based on 98 reviews
Casual Waterfront Dining overlooking Oneida Lake and the Historic Erie Barge Canal since 1977. Classic Oak Beer and Wine Bar with the largest selection of Craft Beers in the Beach. Reopening January 18th, 2017
If I could give Canal View more then 5 stars, I would! The Chicken Riggies are the best I've ever had! Their staff is welcoming, friendly and very professional. You can tell that they take pride in everything they do. Highly recommend going here any time you're in the Sylvan beach area. You will not regret it!
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Ordered complete spaghetti dinner. The tortellini soup was the best ever! Ordered extra sauce, but there wasn't near enough sauce on it for my liking. So, I brought most of the meal home with me an put my own sauce on. Its always a great meal there though!
3.5 based on 80 reviews
took a friend out for dinner on Memorial Day, I had the steak (medium) with mushrooms, steak fries, and green beans. he had the fresh haddock, coleslaw, and french fries. he said the fish was perfectly done, and the taste was EXCELLENT. MY steak was...MoreThank you for reviewing us, and giving us positive feedback about your experience with us at here at Cinderella's. So happy to hear you enjoyed Meals prepared from our excellent culinary staff, and service from Kelly. We hope to see you again soon!
5 based on 1 reviews
Loved this place. Every morning on our vacation my wife and I walked here for our iced coffee. It was always good, and the owner is very friendly with great specials. Can wait to visit again next year on vacation.
4.5 based on 202 reviews
Located atop the Tower, TS Steakhouse features a menu to dine for plus panoramic views, lifted spirits in our penthouse bar, and fine cigars in our intimate smoking parlor. Inspired by the cultural dining history of the Oneida Indians and their practice of "eating the seasons" through locally sourced and sustainable foods, TS Steakhouse builds on this long-standing tradition to deliver fine dining steakhouse favorites created with seasonal ingredients. Smoking is not permitted in the dining room or bar/lounge, but only in the smoking parlor and on its adjacent outdoor balcony, weather permitting.
Enjoyed the very busy bar area with adjacent singing piano player on this cold November Saturday evening. 7:30pm and the place is jammed. Enjoyed delicious cocktails and music before dinner, then a table next to the window for our delicious meal. We both enjoyed escargot appetizers, shared a shrimp cocktail (huge prawns), warm bread with salted butter, followed by the delicious Kobe Beef and the Chilean Sea Bass entrees, and a shared macaroni & cheese side dish. All the food was prepared precisely as we ordered it. Our server, Renee, was professional and courteous. We had one, brief moment of "Really?" when Renee just reached in front of me and pulled away a small bread plate that I was still using, and when I called her attention to the fact that I was still using it, she commented that she needed to clear it away in anticipation of our entree arrival. Huh? Didn't want to "tussle" over a 4-inch bread plate, but really? A bit later a manager stopped by to ask about our dinners, and we shared that moment with him. While annoying, it wasn't enough to downgrade the overall rating of our experience. My husband received a complimentary chocolate mousse dinner for his birthday, which was a nice touch. Two large cups of cappuccino ended our visit. Hope to return again.
4 based on 42 reviews
We go to the crazy clam frequently and the food and service is usually excellent. Tonite the food was very good, service not so much. We had a group of four couples and apparently our server was confused about how to break up the bill, which by the way included 18% tip already, as I approached the manager the server said I will break it up for you. I told the manager our server was surly and did not split the bill and the server came and apologized and the bill she gave us after that was made even more difficult to break down. We had an awful time figuring out each couples share which was a disappointing end to the evening. After that, I told the manager if we return we would not want that sever. She said that is your prerogative...no apology..We will probably go back, but avoid that server.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
This is an adorable place decorated in a nautical theme. The menu offers a variety of choices, enough to please every diner. I had the broiled seafood platter that came with shrimp, scallops, a large piece of fish, & a side which I had mac & cheese. The portion was a good size & tastes. My only criticism would be that I would have preferred the seafood be broiled a bit longer. My meal came with soup or salad, I chose the French onion soup which was outstanding! It was large crock, great flavor, loads of cheese. My husband had a pasta fish with a cream sauce & sun fries tomatoes. His order was large & very flavorable as well. We ended up sharing the soup which was very filling, so we both brought home a box. The service was friendly & attentive. Also ordered a wine & finally received a good pour at a restaurant. We will definitely return.
4 based on 318 reviews
From local ingredients to local brews, the Upstate menu offers dishes to suit the heartiest appetites and includes crave-worthy Binghamton Spiedie Rods with tzatziki; a finger-licking good Wing Bar with a choice of sauces; Sliders featuring sharp cheddar cheese from Cuba, NY; and the true Upstate classic Poutine, composed of hand-cut russet fries topped with pot roast gravy and Yancey's cheddar cheese curds. Delicious burger choices are plenty and favorite comfort foods like Utica Shrimp Riggies, Clint's Summer Camp Fish Fry and BBQ Glazed Beef Meatloaf will make you feel at home. The culinary inspirations are time-honored, New York-inspired, and familiar American classics prepared with the freshest ingredients made from scratch and locally sourced when available. Not to be missed is Upstate's wide selection of rotating craft beers from the Empire State's finest breweries including Saranac, Ithaca Beer Co., and Ommegang, plus our refreshingly cold house brew, Upstate Lager, always available on tap and always a crowd pleaser. Open 7 Days A Week:11am - 2am Happy Hour 7 Days A Week: 4pm - 6pm
Came her for lunch while we were staying at the resort. When we stop here, we always have Onion Rings and Poutine for appetizers. For those unfamiliar with Poutine, it is a dish originally from Quebec, Canada but is now the entire country of Canada's signature appetizer. It consists of crispy French Fries covered with fresh, squeaky, Cheese curd which is then covered with very hot beef gravy. Can never get enough! We have cobb salads, Hot sausage sandwich and French Onion Soup. All very good. The only criticism is that the poutine did not have enough gravy and the fries were a little soggy, not what we have come to expect after many visits here.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Recently ate here for breakfast on a week day morning. There was ample free parking in the back and it wasnt crowded. The inside is clean and nicely decorated with shiplap and beach decor. The waitress was attentive and friendly. Food was hot and tasty. They had a few specials beyond the regular menu. I saw that they also serve some cocktails (including mimosas). Pancakes are huge and thick. Can't see how anyone can eat more than 1. Only suggestion... food needed some flavor. Ex: Homefries had no salt or seasoning.
3 based on 4 reviews
This place reminds me of Cheers as everyone knows your name! Has welcoming staff and great food. Even a shuffle board court, if so inclined. Will visit often.
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