Food was fabulous. The homemade potato chips are spectacular. The service was good. Great place to eat with friends and or family in large or small groups. Outdoor seating is available. Very nice view over the bay.
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Our group had seafood and a hamburger & homemade chips. Would be nice to see more vegetarian options on the menu, however, we very much enjoyed our meals.
We love fish dinners but where we live they are only available on Fridays. My husband got a cornmeal encrusted fried fish meal and I got the baked fish. Both of our dinners were great. We got 2 sides included with the meal as well...More
Pleasant Beach has a very nice deck that has a great view of Little Sodus Bay. A lovely place to sit and have a cocktail. We've found the food to be a little hit-or-miss. The salad bar can be spotty, and some of the entrees...More
This is my favorite place to chill out on a summer day and enjoy lunch or dinner on the patio. The owners H and Bonnie know hoe to make you feel special and the food is great, especially the crab cakes, the home made key...More
Loved this place! Quiet location but still close to main route. History, comfort and beautiful views. Bed super comfy, shower sweet. Breakfast the next day yummy and filling. Wished we could have stayed a few more days. Proprietor s just the right combo of friendly...More
Place is nestled in a BEAUTIFUL bay. Service: Service seemed rather haphazard, and the uniforms (if that's what one should call them) were a hot mess. One waitress had on a navy blue T-shirt with company logo (I just think collared shirts are the norm...More
This restaurant was recommended to us by someone that works at nearby Fair Haven State Park. You can eat on the patio or inside the restaurant. There are beautiful views of Little Sodus Bay from the patio! The service and food (excellent prime rib) were...More
On a warm sunny Saturday afternoon we stopped by to have lunch. We sat outside on the deck, which overlooked the bay. It was a lovely setting. We had two Ruebens (one was on wheat as they ran out of rye) They were filling and...More