Camillus is a town in Onondaga County, New York, United States. The population was 24,167 at the 2010 census. The town was named after Roman military leader Marcus Furius Camillus by a clerk interested in the classics.
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4.5 based on 129 reviews
We've eaten here several times and always enjoyed ourselves. Tonight, my wife & I stopped in for dinner and, as usual, had an enjoyable dinner. But, I just don't like it when a restaurant charges for something that should be complimentary and, tonight, didn't appreciate being charged $1.00 for some salsa to put on my dinner, What Mexican restaurant does that? It's sort of like being charged $1.00 f you ask for ketchup for your french fries.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
This restaurant has it all figured out, very prompt service, piping hot food, reasonable pricing, generous quantities of food and friendly, plenty of seating at the counter when the line is long for a table, was there fro breakfast however several customers were getting lunch and the plates were stacked high
4.5 based on 67 reviews
We serve authentic pit style barbecue, burgers, salads and appetizers. We serve beer and wine and have developed a beer pairing menu that will compliment your meal. We are also a full service caterer specializing in Barbecue weddings.
Went for lunch...had the Sloppy Mo. Pulled pork sandwich with fries and cole slaw on a bun. Fries were crispy, slaw was tasty and pulled pork very tender. Mac and cheese as my side and was very creamy. Three sauces offered. Friend had brisket sandwich, she's fussy about her brisket, said it was better than the Texas BBQ she's eaten. Service was good,. Will definitely be going back.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
You and your family will enjoy a wonderful variety of traditional American dishes with a worldly international flare at Daniel's Grill. <br><br>Please note that the menu Trip Advisor has automatically uploaded is incorrect. We apologize for the confusion and are working to correct the issue with them.
Love Daniel's Grill! Had a delicious lunch today of fried haddock, sweet potato fries and cabbage salad with a good friend. Daniel's never disappoints. Food is always hot and cooked to perfection. Staff is always friendly and efficient. My only complaint would be that it can be a bit noisy and makes it hard to hear. Wish they could do something to cut down on the noise.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
We have found the Inn to be consistently delicious, even on the odd Thursday evening. A garden-fresh Caprese salad was offered; Buffalo Mozzarella and heirloom tomatoes garnished with peppers, pickled onions and a spray of fresh basil. This appetizer was so fresh and delicious, it made the dinner exceptional.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Starting with some complementary sushi roll, we enjoyed a large bowl of well-prepared edamame, Sapporo draft beer, 14-hands Cabernet, with vegetable tempura and soft shell crab appetizer as our mail course. There will enough to bring some home.
The newly-constructed facilities are attractive and scrupulously clean. The food is excellent, with very generous portions. The service is cordial and efficient. We could not expect more.
It's a bit hard-to-locate in this sprawling new Township Mall on the north side of Route 5, but worth the search. It is tucked into the corner next the the theater.
We will return!
4.5 based on 265 reviews
Don't be fooled by the location--which, if you approach at night, you may wonder where you are going! It is a bit out of the way and attached to a hotel--but IT IS WORTH IT. I loved the steak with pepper sauce. The appetizer of greens is amazing---just fun. If you happen to go on the weekend, you will hear some wonderful blues/jazz played right there next to your table. What a place! Doesn't disappoint!
4 based on 83 reviews
Pleasantly pleased on my most recent dinner experience here.
I usually don't do chains but this was an exception.
Server was friendly and attentive.
Extensive menu but would like the half portion options.
I opted for the 6 oz steak which came with a delicious salad ( choice of garden or Caesar) and a generous side. Food was timely, hot and delicious.
Very pleasant experience , I'll be back!
4 based on 25 reviews
Casual, family friendly and fun. 10+ big screen TVS, outdoor beach volleyball court
So, as a chronic reviewer I was hoping for a more positive review for a change.....and The Wildcat let me down. We ordered food from there delivered, so I can't speak about the interior cleanliness of this business etc. but I will review the food. To start, delivery time was slow. From the time of order to delivery took an hour. I live a mile or so away so I wasn't impressed to start. I ordered buffalo tenders and the tenders were lukewarm at best. The only thing hot was the buffalo sauce. The potato "things" that came with the tenders looked like spirally sliced potatoes and were cold and mushy. I also asked for extra buffalo sauce and extra bleu cheese and not only did I not receive extra buffalo sauce but received absolutely no bleu cheese whatsoever. (Buffalo tenders without bleu cheese? What normal person eats buffalo tenders without bleu cheese??? ;) Now on to my wife's meal. She ordered chicken riggies and what she received wasn't even close. First off, the pasta wasn't even rigatoni and the sauce was more of a red spaghetti sauce rather than the usual, creamy chicken riggie sauce. (Who sells something described as chicken riggies but doesn't even use rigatoni? Seriously?) She also stated that it was very bland and the chicken was hard and rubbery. So, with my hopes of a positive review now dashed to pieces I must say that I can not recommend the food at The Wildcat......especially delivery.
4 based on 32 reviews
Thursday evening dinner for 5. Lots of German and Polish dishes as well as other American items. Saurrbrauten was spectacular. Three of us had it. Dinner was great and entertainment by Longwood Jazz Project was fabulous. Reasonable, great atmosphere and nice crowd.
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