Reviews on Bar food in Suffern, New York, United States. Suffern is a village incorporated in 1796 in the town of Ramapo, Rockland County, New York, United States. As of the 2010 census, Suffern's population was 10,723.
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4 based on 87 reviews
Forget 'casual dining.' That's an industry term so out of touch with how consumers eat and drink today. For premium quality and style; fare that's at times familiar and other times adventurous and a laid-back modern setting, Houlihan's is a true original.
Had the lunch special which was a cup in onion soup, pretty good and 1/2 Southwest Chicken Wrap. The filling on the wrap was okay but the wrap itself was stale and hard as a rock. This is you typical chain restaurant and there were no surprises. Our waiter was excellent!Sorry to hear we didn't wow you on your recent visit. We take food quality very seriously. Can you please email us directly at [email protected] so we can get in touch? Thanks. - Ag
3 based on 41 reviews
Whether you were shopping, to a movie, celebration....friends, couples, families.....you can be sure you can enjoy your meal / appetizers / snacks / drinks here. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly. I have tried various appetizers, meals, lite snack/lunch, dinners and drinks (not to mention the desserts also) and have been highly satisfied.
4 based on 124 reviews
I have been here with friends and each visit has been very satisfying! Menu contains a wide variety of Italian dishes...for small and large appetites. The pizza is always delicious, with or without a variety of toppings! I had a chicken/ arrugala panini and it was sumptuous! Sitting at the bar is perfect for meeting people, eating as a couple or just alone listening to the sounds. Wait staff is very friendly and wanting to please. Saturday nights are really rocking and very crowded so consider that if you want a quiet meal, because itâs not going to happen!! Overall, a Very Good Restaurant, highly recommend!
3 based on 221 reviews
Classic pub, Irish atmosphere, classic Irish fare, lots of seating, nice service great food. Had the shepard's pie was authentic and very goodHello John, we are happy to hear that you enjoyed some of our authentic food
4 based on 107 reviews
Checked into the Best Western, needed a quick lunch. Pleasantly surprised. Went back for dinner next day and one night for just a beer. Glad that they support local craft brewers. Staff, especially for lunch, very friendly and helpful.
4 based on 189 reviews
Besides having the nicest waiters/waitresses on the planet, the food at Rhodes is particularly fresh and delicious. I recommend the pancakes for Sunday Brunch. I like blueberries in my blueberry pancakes and they never disappoint. Nice fluffy cakes filled with handfuls of fresh berries! Add some hot coffee and their sausages and you can't ask for a better Sunday Brunch.
4 based on 19 reviews
Love the woodwork and ambiance of this old bar. Immaculately kept, food is great and relatively inexpensive. Owner is always on site and very attentive. Bar is not too loud or raucous.
4 based on 84 reviews
Sutters Mill has been around forever. They have unbelievable burgers and truly the best wings around. The chicken claim is a special that you must try. Overall if you are looking for solid American and Bar food, this is a must stop.
4 based on 211 reviews
Stopped in because it was close to the hotel and serving food a little later. We ended up just getting nachos to share. They were alright. Nothing to write home about. Staff were ok. Friendly enough. The place felt a bit run down. Prices seemed a little on the high side for the type of place it is. I suppose if you were coming for drinks and the game this place would be ok!
4 based on 88 reviews
A terrific selection of BBQ meats, including pork, beef, and chicken. Also shrimp, turkey, and a whole slew of vegetables and great side dishes. The portions are large, the selection includes platters, sandwiches, and a bunch of salads (with meat of course!). One nice aspect is that you can order just a meat dish, and yes/no as to sides. Parking is tight, but doable. There are daily specials, including a Monday all you can eat buffet.
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