Romulus is a town in Seneca County, New York, United States. The population was 4,316 at the 2010 census. The town is named after the mythical founder of Rome, Romulus, a name assigned by a clerk with an interest in the classics.
Restaurants in Romulus
5 based on 55 reviews
See the world’s largest herd of white, white-tailed deer, other wildlife, and the relics of 60 years of secret weapons storage. Visit one of the 519 earth-covered concrete igloos that stored everything from pistol cartridges to nuclear warheads. Our 25-passenger, heated and air-conditioned tour buses give our visitors a comfortable seat for a 90-minute, narrated trip behind the fences of the former Seneca Army Depot.
My Son & I thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon at White Deer Tours. We were able to see both white and brown deer, as well as learn about the Seneca Army Depot history. Wild turkeys, bald eagles, and a beaver dam were also observed. Our tour...MoreGlad you enjoyed the tour. Thanks for a great review!
4.5 based on 157 reviews
We live in the area and often choose Cayuga trail because of the dry wines . We love all the wineries and the views are unreal. If I had to pick one that stands out I don't think I could . The wineries in the...MoreThank you for taking the time to write this review. It's great to hear how much you appreciate our reds, when we're mostly known for our Rieslings! :)
4.5 based on 571 reviews
Looking for something different in your wine tasting experience? Join us at Three Brothers Wineries and Estates, where 35 acres of passion, pleasure, and adventure awaits you! Maximize your escape from the grind with one stop- three unique wineries and one fabulous brewery and tasting room on the property, all within walking distance of each other. From fine Estate Rieslings to our fun, blended sweet wines, you are sure to find something to please!
The place was mobbed, lots of drunks. The decor was cute but a bit of a theme park feel and the wines were too sweet for us. Two of the places have nothing but sweet fortified wines and one has "real" wine but the bartender was rude. We wanted to try certain ones but there were so many people he was just pouring at random and not even telling us what they were. He actually poured one wine on top of another in my glass and then said I was out of tastes even though I didn't get to taste it. Most of the places you had to elbow your way up to the bar. Felt like they were more into selling trinkets than making quality wines or experiences.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
MacKenzie-Childs was born of our love of home and our commitment to fresh, innovative design. Founded in 1983, our humble beginnings started in the basement of Wallcourt Hall, a building built in 1909 as a dormitory for an all-girls prep school. Several years later, we moved to our present-day headquarters just up the road. On a tranquil Victorian farm overlooking Cayuga Lake, we produce world-renowned home furnishings. Our designers and artisans have created beautiful products that add joy and grace to homes throughout the world. Colorful, handmade ceramics, enamelware, glassware, furniture, and home accessories define our collection.
Went to Aurora specifically to visit this studio. I wasn't familiar with this designer so had no idea what to expect. WOW!! It was like being pulled into a fairy tale of Alice in Wonderland imagery. Highly recommend visiting all the areas. The grounds, the farmhouse, and the studio were brilliantly laid out and decorated. I would love to live here or at least decorate my whole house with these wonderfully whimsical designs.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
We loved Muranda Cheese because they let you taste over a dozen cheeses and we all liked something different, proving that tastes are very subjective and there will always be something to somebody's liking. The woman was knowledgeable and friendly and cheeses were affordable. You can also look in the barn window and see the cows. Great stop!
5 based on 162 reviews
Eight people arranged this trip, all couples. Having done wine tours before (driven, designated driver, van etc) we decided a boat tour would be idea. First let me say the day was awesome weather wise and that helps. But we could see that the boat was well protected if NOT good weather. It was simply a blast! We visited 3 wineries and had lunch at one. The captain was fun and entertaining with stories and information. The boat tour was not only fun the wineries where a blast and we loved the views, walks to/from AND sometimes van or open "Kubuka" rides(did I spell right?) trips to the wineries from the boat. Over all very highly recommended.....YOU WILL LOVE IT!
4.5 based on 175 reviews
A combination of winery and restaurant located on the slopes of Cayuga Lake; the location plays a vital role in creating the best micro-climate for the Knapp vineyards. Knapp produces over thirty types of wine including cordials and aperitifs. Enjoy outstanding Rieslings, Cabernet Francs, Chardonnays and much more. Wines made to suit a variety of palates. The vineyard restaurant, which is open from April through October, opens to a vineyard patio that faces west with a spectacular view of our Saperavi vines. Chef creates food using as many local products to ensure a true Finger Lakes wine country experience.
The regular lunch fare is complemented by some unusual appetizers, like the country pate (ham, pork, pickled onions, jam, olives, bread rounds). The butternut squash soup was scrumptious! And excellent vanilla bean cheesecake.
We sat outdoors on the patio and enjoyed the sunshine and cool breeze under the grape arbor.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
At the recommendation of a tour guide, we went to the Sheldrake Point Winery. Parking is convenient and the tasting room is quite large. The wine consultant was very knowledgeable and friendly. The wines were generally good. I was surprised by the dry Rose and enjoyed the reserve Meritage.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Whether you come by boat, car, or bus, Goose Watch Winery is the place to visit on Cayuga Lake. Unlike any other winery in the Finger Lakes, Goose Watch steers away from typical blends and specializes in unique and exclusive wines that have claimed numerous gold medals at international competitions. To compliment the pristine wines, Goose Watch Winery provides lake access with its boat dock and premium picnic facilities for an ideal wine tasting experience.
We stopped at goose watch because they’re the only finger lakes winery with a viognier. It didn’t disappoint. We have stopped at Swedish hill every year (their sister winery) and somehow never made it here previously. We won’t make that same mistake again! Their traminette is also pretty good too!
4.5 based on 287 reviews
Situated high on Torrey Ridge overlooking one of the deepest parts of Seneca Lake is Fox Run - with fifty-five acres of vineyards producing a remarkable range of fine wines. Behind the winery a vast expanse of vinifera vineyards produce award-winning Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc. Plantings of Lemberger, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Gewurztraminer position Fox Run's future on the cutting edge of the Finger Lakes' wine industry. We welcome you to join us in the tasting room, open year round from 10-6 Monday through Saturday and 11-6 on Sundays. (Closed New Years Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.) And don't forget to mark your calendars for the Annual Glorious Garlic Festival, the first full weekend of August every year!
We had been here years ago and for some reason hadn’t been back. We will now. This winery has a great unoaked Chardonnay which is difficult to come by!
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