We were going to the Phelps sauerkraut Festival, unfortunately it rained so bad they had to close it down for Friday evening. So we went to the Phelps Hotel and they had music playing outside and inside it was nice but I thought I would...More
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Have been here 4-5 times. Food and service have always been excellent. The menus changes seasonally so we're tried various new dishes and not one disappointed. Food quality, presentation and taste have been great. I've been to dozens of restaurants in NYC that have gotten...More
Excellent food, located in a quaint Finger Lakes village. Well known, well established and deserving of it's reputation. Don't miss it.
If this restaurant was located in NYC, you'd have to have reservations well in advance. Try the lemon drop martini straight up, and enjoy the salted bread with 4 different spreads including my favorite red roasted butter. Take a loaf of that bread home from...More
Had an unexpected trip to Clifton Springs and had heard good things about Warfield's. What a beautiful restoration of a beautiful old building. The decorating is as tasteful as the food is tasty. A varied menu with specials reflecting local ingredient availability and eclectic main...More
Everything was perfect. Very good food, very nice staff, very good wine! This place is very clean. Fresh and good food. We didn't try the baking items but everything looks good! Our lunch was perfect. I recommend this place.
Warfield's is a culinary exemplar of creative fare in a small town atmosphere. Offerings are classic, with emphasis on local produce. As with any fine restaurant, dinner starts with house made bread. Their's was light with a salt crust, and served with a variety of...More
My husband and I had dinner at Warfield's while visiting the area on vacation. There is parking right out front on the street. The facility was very clean/neat and very attractive. All of our food was absolutely fantastic. We started with the bread, which is...More
Shhhh, don't tell anyone... In the quaint little village of Clifton Springs is a fantastic upscale restaurant, with a relaxed atmosphere. My wife and I had our first date there, and enjoyed it so much, we returned years later, and got married in the garden...More
After driving from Rochester for a friend's special birthday Saturday lunch we did not get the wonderful lunches we expected. The leek soup had globs; the "special" fried fish sandwich was composed of a piece of burned-black fish fried in too-old oil on a soggy...More