Sodus is a town in Wayne County, New York, United States. The population was 8,384 at the 2010 census. The town takes its name from a native word for the bay in the eastern part of the town: "Assorodus," meaning "silvery water."
Things to do in Sodus
4.5 based on 28 reviews
This is my grandfather's favorite restaurant, so we are sure to go with him whenever we're in town. It's exactly what you expect a diner to be. Good food fast, a waitress who isn't mean, but isn't too nice either. Filled with locals and decorated with kitschy art. It's great!
4.5 based on 69 reviews
I enjoyed dining at Bay Street for my anniversary dinner with my husband. There was a bit of a wait since it was a Friday night (highly recommend reservations) but we were able to choose from the menu full of martini's. Our dinner was fabulous. Our server was very friendly, which I appreciated. For dessert I chose the Espresso martini which was the highlight of my evening, it was absolutely fabulous.
The dining room is small and intimate. I highly recommend but wouldn't bring children as there was no children's menu.
4 based on 68 reviews
For more than 30 years we have been providing delicious food and pleasant service on the eastern shore of Great Sodus Bay. Enjoy dining with a view of the bay from our dining room or waterfront deck.
We arrived on a Saturday and Googled places to eat at Sodus Bay. The first option was not available, so we chose Skippers Landing. The location is lovely. We ate outside and enjoyed watching the boats and geese go by.
The soup and salad bar inside was pretty good, although small. The outside salad bar did not look fresh. Salad was wilted, so we did not try it. Our fish and shrimp dishes were subpar. We are from Florida, so we know what fresh seafood should taste like and what frozen food tastes like. Our entrees were poor quality frozen varieties. Our waiter was very busy, so he was not able to refill our water and teas frequently.
All in all the meal was just ok. We did enjoy the views from outside and that started our vacation in a positive direction.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Our family vacationed nearby for a week and locals recommended eating at Burnaps and buying local produce there.
We enjoyed a wonderful lunch at Burnaps Cafe. Our daughter had a salad and my husband and I had sandwiches. Everything was very tastey and fresh. The next day we returned and picked cherries in the cherry orchard behind the store. The cherries were so delicious! We also purchased fresh Burnap blueberries that were so sweet, and two small jars of homemade strawberry jam and peach butter. The strawberry jam was quite tart, so we did not enjoy that very much. The peach butter was absolutely delicious, though!
Burnaps is well worth the drive and if we ever vacation in the area again we will go back for lunch and more fresh produce.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
A very quaint diner with a basic menu. Looks like a locals place where everyone meets. My lunch was good and plentiful. The pies looked good but I was full.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
I love going to Yiayia's on a hot summer day, or even a cool summer day for that matter. There are so many flavors to chose from and the atmosphere is so friendly. Don't be scared of the line out the door, because the service is so quick!
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Dining and Sweets are our specialty in a hometown, Main Street Americana atmosphere. The Original Candy Kitchen, a.k.a. “Nick's,” Candy Kitchen, Williamson Candy Kitchen, and The Kitchen, has been an institution in the town of Williamson, New York since its origin in 1890. It has been in the Boosalis family for four generations and is currently owned and operated by Mary and Peter Anagnostopoulos. Originally an ice cream parlor, the business has slowly evolved over the years into a family restaurant/candy store. It offers traditional food with some Greek and Dutch specialties. Williamson is a predominantly Dutch community, and selections like Dutch Lettuce and a traditional candy known as Sugar Speck, or Sucre Spek, can be found at the O.C.K. Sugar Speck is a hard candy made from brown sugar and cider vinegar. Hand pulled candy canes and ribbon candy, available in many interesting flavors, are a traditional favorite at Christmas. Peanut brittle is another fall and winter candy that can be purchased from October through March. Chocolate has become the main ingredient at the O.C.K. where customers can choose from assorted candies to fill a customized box with creams, truffles, clusters, caramels, and other varieties for a personalized box of favorites. Molded chocolates made from a variety of over one-thousand molds dating from the 1800's can also be purchased year round . Unique candy creations are available during the Christmas, Valentine's, and Easter seasons. The O.C.K. is one of the final remaining authentic candy kitchens in the upstate New York region and boasts a nostalgic 1950's era ambiance complete with a soda fountain, chrome-rimmed stools, and wooden booths.
My favorite local spot. The owner Mary is great and her staff is amazing. We like to sit in the booths in the original section. Great selection of homemade chocolates and other candy gifts for sale.
4 based on 45 reviews
We went here with a group of six, based on the recommendation of a friend. Overall, it was a disappointment. I had a combination of chicken and ribs. The chicken was just ok, no real BBQ flavor. The ribs were St. Louis style with good smoked flavor and ample meat. I had thought that the four rib portion might be too small, but they were large enough that I would have been satisfied with just the ribs. My wife had a pulled pork sandwich, which was decent but not particularly special. One of my friends, who is a BBQ fan, ordered his usual one pound of fatty brisket with no sauce. He shared samples. It was good with decent smoke flavor. Our other friends ordered brisket with sauce. They were uniformly disappointed. What the restaurant had done was to take the slices of brisket and put their sauce onto them, and then finished them on a grill. What resulted was very crispy, almost burnt pieces of tough meat. Since none of us were from the area, we will not be going back to this restaurant -- but if we did I would recommend getting brisket with no sauce and just adding what you wanted at the table. I would also say to stick to the ribs and forget the brisket and/or the chicken.
The various sides that we had were good. I wanted greens but they were out, so I had green beans and ranch beans.
4 based on 62 reviews
We have had dinner at Rincon, but prefer to do take-out. The food is very good, albeit quite spicey. Caution: If you think of Mexican food as being a heap of blandness topped with melted cheese and accompanied by relatively tasteless rice and beans, you will be in for a surprise. This is the real deal with flavors and spices that are authentic Mexican. Highly recommended.
4 based on 182 reviews
We came here for quick snack before dinner. First of all if your in Sodus Point this is the happening place. It is huge with multiple dining areas and decks. We ordered a chicken quesadilla and lobster fondue. I ordered a martini and my wife an iced tea. The quesadilla and the fondue were delicious, the martini and the service was awesome. If you come during the summer season this place will be rocking.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.