Reviews on Bar food in Clinton, New York, United States including Alteri's Restaurant, Carmella's Cafe, 99 Restaurants, Pumpernickel's, Knuckleheads Brewhouse, Tom Cavallo's Restaurant, UNO Chicago Grill, Killabrew Saloon, Nail Creek Pub, Packy's Pub
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4 based on 32 reviews
One of our favorite place. The food and service is consistently good. If you can save some space, treat yourself to any of the home made desserts. You wonât be disappointed. No matter what you get off the menu it will be good. I tried the lightly breaded fish. Delicious.
4 based on 150 reviews
Hello and welcome to Nail Creek Pub & Brewery. We opened our doors in March of 2008 with the intent of bringing craft beer to the Mohawk Valley. At that time, most people said that the areas citizens didn't want craft beer. They told us that nobody would
We visited here exactly one year ago. We were in Utica for the same events this year. Utica's Tomato Pie Day at the Parkway Center, Wine & Chocolate event at the Memorial Auditorium, and the Utica College Physical Therapy students' "Muscle Hustle" on Varick St. These have become annual events for us. The anchor of Varick St is Saranac Brewery. This street is a busy, hip mix of breweries, pub, and eateries, many w/ outdoor seating. Nail Creek Pub has outdoor seating. You better bring your "A" game if you want to serve the public on this crowded street. That being said, after a brew stop at the Celtic Harp across the street, we decided for dinner at the Nail Creek Pub. This craft brew pub offers to Belgian beers, two stouts, & a saison. Also wine and full liquor bar. This place has a very loyal local clientele, but is very friendly to visitors like us. A good crowd was already enjoying the day we we sat down (table 11, front corner).Two women were flying around taking care of all. We ordered drinks and dinner. My bride ordered the roasted red pepper soup ($5.) and a Mediterranean grilled cheese sandwich ($9.). Soup first, a bit too much heat for her, but very excellent to me so I finished that. I had a shrimp po' boy. It comes on grilled bread, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, and remoulade ($10.). All served hot and as expected. Funny thing, if you don't want fries, you can get a 16 oz. Utica Club beer instead - Brilliant. A limited menu but not limited on quality. Week nights specials are available.Dinner for two w/ two wines, one Jameson, tax & tip $57.00. A good value to us. We don't know the names of the two women working this day but they were doing a very good job keeping up on this busy day (O# 180315). Hours: M-Sat 11:30am-2am, Sun 10am-5pm. Yes, they offer a Sunday Brunch too.The local "clubhouse" feel of Nail Creek Pub distinguishes it from the other bars on Varick St. We will visit again. Thank you.
3 based on 25 reviews
We visited last Saturday at 3pm. We had never been there before but had heard great things from the local radio station about this place. We walked in and sat ourselves in a booth. The waitress came over about a minute later and took our drink order. There was no specialty drinks so I had a water and he just had a budlight. The waitress brought our drinks back and asked if we needed more time to look at the menu. We said yes, she walked away, and never came back. After waiting 20minutes for her to come take our order, we put $10 on the table for the beer (smallest bill we had) and walked out. Being 3pm on a saturday... we never expected to feel forgotten and ignored. I won't be back. But my advice is do not bother going if you are wanting a meal and not just a trip to the bar.
3 based on 39 reviews
As with any chain the food is consistent. They have good salads and a gluten free menu. Be advised that sometimes means the entree comes with out the wedge of bread it is normally served with, but nothing is substituted in it's place.
3 based on 126 reviews
I've had an association with this pub that lasts decades. If you live in the Utica area, this is where you go. It's a local gathering place. I often joke that the waitresses here have a little attitude, but they are usually in the midst of heavy volume. My family likes Italian food and chicken fingers and pub foods. Given the wide bredth of menu choices, there is something for everyone. Between friends and family, the opinion of the food here differs significantly. Most of our extended family sees it as good. I always like the food here, I can't say I love it. I think you need to try it and see where your tastes lie. I see this as a reliable and affordable Utica Mainstay. If you are local, you are likely to see someone you know. For that reason, a visit always feels like a return home. No matter how you look at it, it's worth a visit and then you can draw your conclusion.
4 based on 34 reviews
My wife and I have eaten here numerous times. The menu leans towards bbq, that has been excellent every time. They have daily specials such as meatloaf, shepards pie, keilbas, and other tasty choices. The selection of beer is fair, and offers local brews. They can get fairly busy on the weekends, so I recommend calling ahead. If you like good bbq, and bar food staples, you will love Knuckleheads.
4 based on 41 reviews
I love the atmosphere in there.. Friendly staff.. Attentive.. Great food.. I had the grilled cheese with bacon, side salad and fries.. Feel good food.. The owner came out and said hello which he always makes a point and you donât see that often anymore.. Unfortunately I always forget about the place but happy I hit it up today with friends..
4 based on 76 reviews
Welcome to your New Hartford Ninety Nine Restaurant where we have "A Passion To Serve." Come dine with us and check out our 9 Real Size Entrees for just $9.99 or come enjoy our Thursday Night Trivia at the bar.
This was our first experience at this restaurant. The service was wonderful. The food was great! The menu was reasonably priced. You got great food for the cost. Strongly recommend this restaurant for lunch. Oh, on another thing, very kid friendly! We brought the grandkids with us and they enjoyed themselves too.
4 based on 135 reviews
Havenât been here in about 20 years and was startled that is hasnât changed one bit! Even the same things were hanging on the wall. The food was mediocre, at best. The haddock Florentine was tasteless. I ordered a wine and she brought me two... 2 for 1. Who brings two to the table like that?!Anyway, I wonât ever try again.
4 based on 42 reviews
I first ate at "Alteri's" in 1981 when I lived in Clinton. In the meantime I have visited several times. The village has changed quite a bit, but "Alteri's" has not. The furnishings and the decor are still the same, and so is the pizza. They have the best crust ever, and the prices are very reasonable. This is the perfect place for families. friends, coworkers and students to eat and to socialize. The beer selections are good, too.
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