Corfu is a village in Genesee County, New York, United States. The population was 709 at the 2010 census. It is named after the Greek island of Corfu.
Things to do in Corfu
4 based on 2 reviews
This is one of the best "american style" bar where I've been so far!! Great atmosphere, great people! The owner is the best person ever! The food is good (I personally tried a mushrooms pizza), but the service is excellent and everybody is very friendly and familiar.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
we ordered the "hungry man" special. A large cheese pepperoni pizza, 20 wings and a liter of soft drink. I ordered the wings extra crispy. They were perfectly cooked with a wonderful texture. Pizza was very tasty as well. Only criticism as that the celery sticks were a little rough......brown, not trimmed very well.
3.5 based on 15 reviews
We visited this Tim Hortons this weekend when we realized that we were still hungry late that night, and our daughter hadn't eaten any dinner at all. Considering the late hour, they did a decent job of getting food to us in a hurry. The grilled cheese sandwich was also "decent," nicely grilled but could have had a little more cheese on it. My daughter said her soup was good as well. Friendly service...worth the stop.
5 based on 29 reviews
If you're headed to or from Darien Lake, you gotta stop here! Food, service, EVERYTHING is top-notch! I'd go into further detail, but the other reviews speak for themselves. If you're looking for that morning-after-the-concert brunch, head on down here for some soup, sandwiches, and delicious treats. It beats the heck out of Denny's!
5 based on 34 reviews
We are residence of Alden and nothing better than a run to the Pink Cow for ice cream. Generous portions! Get the waffle cone....homemade and delicious!
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Come and enjoy Western New York's best kept secret. We are just minutes from Darien Lake, local campgrounds and golf courses. Stop by on your way to the beautiful Finger Lakes, Letchworth State Park, or maybe just out for a nice country ride. Let "My Saloon" make your day an even more enjoyable one. We offer a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Our friendly and helpful staff will make you feel welcomed as you enjoy great homemade food, soups, beef on weck, salads, chicken wings and lots more, all at affordable prices! We have parking for all seasons Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall. We are on the snowmobile trail, we welcome motorcycles, tractors, and we even provide a place to tie your horse. Enjoy a nice cold drink out of a mason jar with your friends, or sit back in our family friendly casual dining room.
A good place for lunch, with an extensive menu, pleasant service and reasonable prices. Don't be deterred by the name, as it's really a surprisingly good restaurant (with bar), having inside and outside seating and a decor perhaps akin to an old time saloon.
4 based on 54 reviews
This used to be one of the best pizza shops in the area, quaint,great food,good service,a really great atmosphere' felt like you were in an old style pizzaria,ambiance was killer,beautifully decorated.Now its a banquet facility, had a big turn over in staff because of their salaries.and because of that customers quit coming.we went last night as they still have a menu, but it's take out and delivery,they have 2 tables inside and 2 picnic tables outside if you would like to eat there,and they turned away we counted 13 customers while we waited for our take out,because we didn't realize they didn't have a dining room anymore. How sad and bad for business and how much money there losing because people think their going to make bigger bucks on banquets.the next closest pizza shop is in Batavia,what a waste of what used to be a great restaurant,some small business owners now a days want selfish easy money instead of customer satisfaction,very disappointed customer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT IS NOT A RESTAURANT ANYMORE!
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Cipollina Rustic Italian Kitchen is the newest endeavor by Laurie Bordonaro Mozee (owner of Guy’s Subs) and Chef Jerry Clementi (former owner of Cafe Aroma and Trattoria Aroma). Laurie and Jerry met more than fifty years ago over a dish a pasta at their grandparents’ house. Being cousins brought up in first generation Italian households, Laurie and Jerry are no strangers to authentic Italian cuisine. Chef Jerry Clementi creates art with his breathtaking food. Look no further than Cipollina’s customers for proof of Chef Jerry’s prowess: The first bite of every dish provokes an “ahhh” reaction from diners on a regular basis. The ambiance of the room makes you feel relaxed and at home as soon as you step through the door. One wall is home to a beautiful mural painted by Keith Bordonaro, Laurie’s brother. The opposite wall is decorated with pictures of Laurie’s parents (Sam and Neda Bordonaro) at their wedding, surrounded by family members. The photographs, taken on July 22, 1946, capture pure joy and love; these feelings radiate throughout Cipollina. Why the name Cipollina? Laurie’s grandmother, Fermina Cheavacci, always called her granddaughter “cipollina,” an Italian word which means “little onion.” The term of endearment is a fond memory of Fermina and a testament to the strong familial bonds out of which the restaurant has grown. A restaurant with a unique warmth and cuisine that lingers in your memory long after the last bite, Cipollina Rustic Italian Kitchen is a truly unforgettable dining experience.
We hesitated to give this a five star review because it is so perfect. Would like to keep it to ourselves. It was so nice to be at a reasonably priced restaurant where you could actually have a conversation. Excellent food, made to order, beautifully presented with attentive, prompt service to boot. The bread basket, salmon, pasta, burrata , beet salad and the chocolate hazelnut torte were all absolutely delicious. Kudos to the chef and owner who were on site making sure the meals were enjoyable for all.
4 based on 90 reviews
I had wanted to try this place for quite while. Today was the day, since a friend and I were driving through the area at supper time. We both ordered the fish fry dinner. Our food was delivered promptly.
I was somewhat disappointed with my fish, it was mostly the batter, not a whole lot of fish. But it was good. My sweet potato fries were not hot. The coleslaw and mac salad were quite good. The price was reasonable.
I enjoyed seeing the waterfall behind the restaurant.
If I am ever in the area at mealtime again, I will go again.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
That says it all. The pizza is the best in town, but the wings are almost always under cooked. I like a crispier wing. Sometimes these are borderline raw.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 - 2023 All rights reserved.