Ogdensburg is a city in St. Lawrence County, New York, United States. The population was 11,128 at the 2010 census. In the late 18th century, European-American settlers named the community after American land owner and developer Samuel Ogden.
Things to do in Ogdensburg
4.5 based on 196 reviews
I've lived in and traveled NY many years and other parts of the country and have never tasted pizza and garlic knots this good! No competition for this place. The original one is in saranac lake and is cash only but this location takes cards and is owned by the same guy as the original. Was completely impressed with everything from the moment of walking in the door to consumption. Won't eat anywhere else while visiting Ogdensburg.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
The Dirty Gringo is an excellent change of pace for a meal. I love the fresh veggies and all of the new choices! I go at least once a month sometimes more! Great prices and great atmosphere! Jenna and Murray are super friendly and always...MoreThank you so much! We always appreciate your business!
4 based on 106 reviews
Had a salad and hot meatloaf sandwich,was a very tasty meal and had quick service,last time I was there was about 10 years ago when passing through.
4 based on 84 reviews
The food was good and whilst vegetarian choice was very limited, we did find something to eat. Definitely recommend the baked artichoke, spinach and mozzarella dip, which was served with crispy crostini. We shared this and ate with a large salad. What let the restaurant down was our distracted server who forgot our wine, forgot to tell the chef that we did not want onion on the salad and, when we pointed this out, said that we could easily remove the onion ourselves, as they were large pieces. Then forgot to top up our water and eventually we had to attract the attention of another server. The server then forgot to apply the hotel discount to our bill, despite being given the discount voucher. Definitely distracted when serving our table, though not necessarily with others.
If you arrive early enough and get a table on the terrace or near the window you can enjoy the view across to Canada.
4 based on 119 reviews
My husband and I travelled from Canada for a quick shopping trip and asked the locals where to eat. They said Busters, so off we went. It definitely looked like a local place, which we love and went in with good expectations. My husband ordered the fish and chips off the seniors menu which for 13.69 said you got the salad bar, 3 pieces of fish and fries. I think most people would assume this is 3 decent sized pieces of fish.. NOPE! 3 fish sticks!!! I ordered the chicken tenders (which also seemed to come in a kids portion) and have no qualms in saying they were the worst chicken tenders I have ever had in my life... bland and tough as leather. Salad bar itself was decent, but hard to screw up a salad bar. Server was lovely, but didn't make up for paying almost $40 for 2 small kids plates of food. Never again.. sorry Buster...
4 based on 57 reviews
We enjoyed our dinner, good food, great atmosphere and an opportunity to meet the owner. Lots of model trains running overhead and various pieces of rail memorabilia distributed throughout. Had the opportunity to meet the owner.
Several separate dining rooms, a gorgeous banquet hall, and cozzy pub/bar.
check before going for lunch, seems to be open only for dinners now. May be closed Mondays.
4 based on 57 reviews
We were in town for some appointments. I have heard their advertisements on the radio, and I also looked over some other TripAdvisor reviews, so my wife and I decided to give them a try for lunch.
First impressions ... neat, vintage, wood bar and furnishings, small. Well, the first two were true, but it is bigger than it looks. Lots of seating further back not visible when you walk in. Not many people there at the time, (They filled up later!) so we seated ourselves. Soft drink for little lady and an ice cold Sam Adams for me while we looked over the menu.
Good choices and a pretty extensive menu. We both decided on sandwiches. The Gobbler for my wife and a Reuben for me. It took awhile for them to arrive, but we enjoyed some conversation at our cozy table for two. A bit noisy, but we were still able to carry on a conversation.
The Gobbler is a favorite and I can understand why. Fresh roasted Turkey is always a winner in my book, and the cranberry mayo added to it. Great combo along with the cheese and the wheat bread and cheese.
The Reuben was very good as well. Chuck full of thinly sliced corned beef with the usual sauerkraut, but it was topped with mayo instead of Russian dressing. Not sure if that was a mistake or how it comes. Anyhow it was good.
Both sandwiches were huge and came with a load of fries that were hand cut and pretty greasy. Good but greasy! We were quite full when we left and had to skimp on dinner later because we were so full.
Overall I really liked this place. The décor, the good service, the quantity and most importantly the quality of the food. It appears like during dinner it would be a challenge to carry a conversation, but I am sure the food is just as good.
I am glad we stopped, and given the chance I would probably return.
4 based on 16 reviews
Recently ate at Hosmer's Marina for the first time this past Saturday after a lengthy bike ride.
The food was delicious, the beer was cold, the service was excellent and the prices are fantastic!
We often travel to Ogdensburg and had know idea this little restaurant was there!
I was so impressed with the food I had to take my husband over today for lunch. Even with the currency exchange, paying the bridge tolls and the drive it was still definitely worth it!
We will definitely be back again and again.
4 based on 23 reviews
We stopped for a quick bite while visiting Ogdensburg. The wait staff was extremely pleasant and efficient. The reuben was outstanding, with fresh, plentiful meat surrounded by great sauerkraut and 1000 islands dressing. The veggie enchilada was equally good. A very comfortable and tasty dining experience.
5 based on 9 reviews
We are a family owned and operated Pizza, Wings, Submarines, Dinners, and much more Takeout and Delivery. You can call, walk-in, or order online and we will be glad to make your order. Delivery is included in any order over $8.00!
The Corner Deli has been a fixture in Ogdensburg for many years. They have a limited take out menu consisting of subs, salads, pizzas and daily lunch and dinner specials that are typically a full meal such as Turkey dinners, and they offer delivery service if you don't want to go out. The food is good, reasonably priced and prepared quickly.
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