Mount Morris is a town in Livingston County, New York, United States. The population was 4,465 at the 2010 census. The town and village were named after Robert Morris, the financier of the American Revolution.
Things to do in Mount Morris
4.5 based on 210 reviews
Fresh, handmade Italian cuisine with a focus on local and sustainable ingredients.
So my whole family takes this annual trek to the Maple Tree Inn way down near Angelica NY. Famous place...only open a few weeks a year in the maple season...farm produced meats and eggs, the best All You Can Eat Buckwheat pancakes in the world, and of course...their own maple Syrup produced in the same building. Can't say enough about it , but it is 90 minutes from home. So we drive all this way...5 of us plus a 1 year old.....and there is a sign on the entrance that they are closed due to a power outage.
Now what??...everybody is hungry....the baby is having a meltdown,...I have to think fast.
On our way we always go through Mt Morris and I notice this quaint little Italian restaurant on the main road.
So I figure we can give it a try.
Folks, this just isn't a local spaghetti house....this is a Chef owned Italian Restaurant where everything is made from scratch!
From salad dressing (Real Caesar with anchovies!) To entree -homemade raviolis,Lasagna of course, every noodle-spaghetti, linguine...made here! homemade bread...desserts-cheesecake, lemon cake which in unbelievable, a chocolate lasagna which is to die for....all made in house from scratch!!!
The waiter (Mr.Nesbitt) was Disney Friendly, very attentive and extremely knowledgeable and passionate about the food.
So we came here by Default, and left knowing that this too is a Destination Restaurant worth driving to here in the quaint little town of Mt. Morris NY.
My son realized that Mt morris could easily be a vacation getaway with the Country Inns and Suites right here in town, Letchworth State Park, and the Village of Mt Morris with its many shops and such...and this 5 Star Restaurant with extremely reasonable prices!
5 based on 21 reviews
I have to eat gluten-free, not by choice, and to find a bakery that serves FUN and tasty things that I can eat, plus meet an expat Canadian, was a real treat, pun intended! Suzea herself explained everything that she had in the freezer, and she had someone else helping her with the cash, who was friendly and helpful. Great find!
5 based on 3 reviews
I never expected to find such a spectacular tea room in sleepy Mount Morris - a rare find indeed! The guest book indicates people around the globe have had tea here, including those from England who raved about the English Style "Afternoon Tea." The owner welcomed us into a tea room which included wingback chairs arranged around a fireplace with a hand painted mural, and other vintage furniture. She explained that an art teacher had hand drawn the charming pictures of mouse and pantry into the vibrantly colored mural depicting the Pantry Mouse Theme. Travelers from nearby Letchworth State Park or those going from NYC to Toronto going through Mount Morris have found the tea room to be a pleasant respite during their journey. Ghandi's grandson enjoys southern Indian chai here when he passes through. You are expected to experience tea time as a time for recharging body and soul- no wi-fi - and patrons are encouraged to power off electronic devices. I had outstanding Elmwood Inn Tea Earl Grey, with the teapot warmed. Fresh baked ginger scones were warm, soft, and luscious - inviting "dunking" in this not-stiff-white-linen environment. Afternoon teas for groups of 6 or more, or tiered tea tower, are available by reservation. Jane’s Pantry, which adjoins the tea room, has a delightful assortment of spices, teas, jams, candies, honey, maple syrup, and other unique local and international items to take home.
Don’t miss this spot!
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Best food in a restaurant in years. We had sour rye soup that was uniquely wonderful with flavors of Rye and sour cream. We shared our platter's which had sausage, pierogi, stuffed cabbage, potato dumplings, cranberry sauce, cucucumber salad and stew. Sausage is a measure of polish food to me. EuroCafe's was balanced with nice spices and a light flavor. We bought some double smoked sausage to take home
The service was friendly and attentive.
We will go out of our way to return
4.5 based on 23 reviews
We came here to celebrate a birthday and we're not disappointed. The food was great (the prime ribs... miam!) the ambience that of an old tavern, and the prices very reasonable for the quality of the overall experience. We had the dinner-for-two special, which included two dinner entrees, soup, salad, side and dessert for under $60 in total. Wines by the glass were averaging $5-6 each. Candlelit atmosphere with a friendly staff. What a gem and thoroughly pleasant surprise. Great way to round out an amazing day at Letchworth State Park.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Small on the outside but large inside, this is a pretty typical small-town, large menu short order diner. Great service, large portions, comfortable booths. The Ruben had thicker-than-normal corned beef and was a little bland, but properly cooked. Great cole slaw. Cheap.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Zeppo's fits perfectly into the "hidden gem" category. It's located in a fairly quiet town that doesn't get a lot of attention, but that doesn't mean it should go unnoticed. Zeppo's provides huge servings of decadent ice cream with unique flavors. On the day we visited, they offered cinnamon roll ice cream, which I got in a waffle cone. Despite of only asking for one scoop, my cone was overflowing with smooth, cold cinnamon-ey goodness! My father ordered a hot fudge sundae with maple walnut ice cream, which also tasted very delicious! Overall, if you're in the area and are looking for good quality ice cream, Zeppo's will have you covered from head to "cone."
4.5 based on 149 reviews
Wonderful draft beer selections, and great pub food. The burgers are Black Angus, and just super. We had the Friday fish fry, and it was hanging off both sides of the plate, so i knew what my next lunch would be. Just outside of downtown Geneseo, but well worth finding. Chris, at the bar, will take very good care of you.
5 based on 3 reviews
This place is a jewel in the small town of Leicester NY. The food is outstanding with wonderful desserts and the best coffee and drinks. There are also many craft items made by local artisans that are delightful either as gifts or for yourself. I highly recommend a stop in this place!!!!
4 based on 86 reviews
My wife and I were in New York state visiting for the weekend and stopped here for lunch. The waitress was nice and helpful and the menu had plenty of choices. The food was great and it was a relaxing time for us. Will definitely stop back when in the area.
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