Stopped for a lunch while on the wine trail. Everyone enjoyed their lunch. The Chorizo tacos were a little dry.
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Try the Seitan and the Kobe Beef. All done to perfection with great potatoes and vegetables, exquisitly done to perfection, the summer-spring cold rolls were great and accompanied by a cashew cream dip. Dessert was a butterscotch and carmel trifecta of carmel cake, pudding and...More
This is an amazingly beautiful place with a menu to match. Went there for a business dinner and everybody was delighted. All courses were unbelievable. We had the cheese plate for appetizer, I had a roasted corn soup that was fantastic, the pork chop was...More
Dined at Veraisons to break up an afternoon of wine tasting on the Western side of Lake Seneca. There is large patio overlooking Lake Seneca. Enjoyed a couple of glasses of a Dry Riesling coupled to our delicious lunch. Our server was very nice but...More
We dine at Veraisons every time we stay at the Inn and are always impressed. Great food and service. Beautiful view. Wines from around the area and beyond are offered in addition to Glenora's wine. Local beer is also available, so pair whatever you like...More
We have eaten dinner here previously however this year we only ate breakfast at the Glenora. The food is excellent. The portions are not very big however everything taste amazing. It is a little on the pricey side especially for breakfast.
We enjoyed a relaxing late lunch on the terrace at Verasisons, first the view of the lake is excellent, seating was on folding chairs so not the most comfortable after driving about the area. The soups (corn and a broccoli cheese) were excellent. The lunch...More
We ate at Veraisons Restaurant because I eat a plant-based diet and my wife does not. They had plenty of options for both of us which was refreshing and really shows the ingenuity of chef and staff. The setting was great - it was a...More
Went for a pasta buffet for benefit of local organizations. Option of many selections that were delicious. Even the volunteer chef's did a great job with supervision of on site chef. Had very helpful bartender.
We had dinner with friends and shared just about every appetizer. Our favorites were the spring rolls, the tempura asparagus, and the empanadas. Service is good and wine prices are fair but the sele tion of non Glenora wines is not very broad. A good...More