Westfield is a town in the western part Chautauqua County, New York, United States. The population was 4,896 at the 2010 census. Westfield is also the name of a village within the town, containing 65% of the town's population.
Things to do in Westfield
5 based on 134 reviews
Our pies are made fresh daily, by hand. You can stop in to see what we have, but we recommend ordering in advance to ensure your favorite variety. Give us a call during business hours to place an order. We are closed from December 25th, to January 31st, 2018. Winter hours begin February 1st: Thurs - Saturday, 10am-6pm; and Sunday 11am-2pm (closed mon/tues/wed).
Black Raspberry Rhubarb Pie! What an unbelievable combination! And to top it off we enjoyed an Apple pie and Key Lime pie! Connie and Jack are pie wizards. No visit to Chautauqua County is complete without a visit!
4.5 based on 136 reviews
American Cuisine - proud winner of the Observer Readers Poll as Best Restaurant 2014 and 2015.
The Parkview is definitely a favorite of mine in Chautauqua County. The food is fresh and delicious, the service is outstanding, and the chef/owner goes above and beyond for every guest. I had brunch here about six weeks ago, and everything was delicious. While eating, I saw the owner bring out a huge coconut cake for a large table that was celebrating an occasion. Shortly thereafter, he brought a bowl of water out for a couple who's dog was with them outside (no pets allowed inside of course). If you're in the area, don't miss this place!
4.5 based on 160 reviews
We arrived after 8p, but they said their are flexible in the summer and welcomed us for dinner. We each a different beer that was brewed right there in Westfield. Both were good. My husband enjoyed the seafood pasta and I had the beet salad and th
4.5 based on 15 reviews
While venturing in this area of NY, my lady companion and I stopped in for a chill break. The building appears to have been a small barn. Within is a full service quick food stop, much like her competitors. The prices are in keeping, menu is likewise nothing off the beaten path, nor a particular reason to reach here. In the event you need a pit stop, this might be your place.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
Cute, cozy, casual place.Stopped for lunch.Very attentive service.Interesting menu.(They have something called "purple cow pie".Think it has to do with grapes.)Vegetarian options available.Breakfast served all day.Salmon sandwich was very good."Jack's Fries" are excellent-crispy wedges of potato.Homemade soups and pies are offered. .Didn't try the pies, but maybe next time. Near the lake..Free parking.Children's menu.Attractive outdoor seating area.Not far from Rt 5.Plan to go back soon !
4 based on 66 reviews
I took my husband here for a birthday dinner on Saturday. The restaurant was nicely decorated for fall and the service started out as very attentive. The prices are very fair, and the food choices range from burgers to prime rib. The salad dressings are homemade, and the vegetable choices for the evening included Brussels sprouts, which were roasted and quite good. The food was very good and quite plentiful for the price. As we were finishing eating, this is where things went south. We asked for a take out and then it seemed like there was a big hurry to get the table cleared. The bill was dropped off with the takeout container - the server didn't ask if we wanted dessert or coffee, which we would have had. There were plenty of open tables so it wasn't as if there were people waiting.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
My friends and I were traveling to Cleveland from Massachusetts. We were en route when we got hungry. We got off the highway to see what was around and stumbled here because it seemed easy. The prices were very reasonable, the staff was hospitable, the food was delicious, and it felt like everyone knew everyone. We ordered the pizza and wing special along with mozzarella sticks and sweet potato fries. Fries and mozzarella sticks were cooked just right and the marinara sauce was actually pretty flavorful. We got bacon pizza and it had a perfect amount of bacon and cheese. It was served hot and was delicious. We got butter garlic parmesan wings. The flavor was soooo good. I couldn't get enough! I'd say my one negative review was the quality of the wings. They were really tiny and I feel like bigger ones would be better. If I end up back in that area or driving through, I'd return.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Larry's has some of the best wings I have ever had. It's difficult for me to find wings I like since they are often very saucy and slimy. NOT HERE. With a variety of delicious sauces to choose from, Larry's grills their wings after saucing to a delicious crisp. Really, my only complaint is that Larry's is closed at the weirdest times or if the owners go out of town. Want their wings on a Sunday for football? Not a chance. Other than that, I might like a little more variety where the taps are concerning, but the taps are clean, the food is great bar fare, and the beer is bubbly and crisp.
4 based on 34 reviews
We stopped into the Westfield Main Diner at the suggestion of the attendant at Lake Erie State Park where we had spent the night. The food was flavorful, well priced, and completely standard American - exactly what we were looking for. These folks are really nice and welcomed us into their restaurant as if we were their neighbor.
4 based on 32 reviews
I just happened to get off of Route 5 to go to Westfield to get gasoline. When I turn the corner I saw this BBQ place on my left. I had a hard time deciding between the pulled pork and the brisket pulled pork was only $8 and the brisket was 12 and I'm so glad I listened to the waitress and got the brisket it was amazing. It was a huge sandwich certainly big enough for two people and it was amazingly tender. Yummy! I will definitely come back the next time I'm in town
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