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4.5 based on 78 reviews
Welcome to Copper Bottom, An American Grill & Bar. If you are looking for a beautiful, relaxing atmosphere with delicious food and attentive service, look no further than Copper Bottom, located in the Village of Florida nestled in the southern part of Orange County NY. Something for everyone . . . Copper Bottom offers guests a creative menu filled with contemporary, seasonal American cuisine, and upscale comfort food. Our menu includes burgers, filet mignon, fresh salads, seafood, and homemade pizza. A great way to end your night is to enjoy one of our homemade desserts and/or have a nightcap at our friendly social bar. We are able to accommodate dietary restrictions such as gluten-free or vegetarian. Our restaurant is wheelchair accessible.
I've been here a couple of times in the past few months and have been delighted each time. I recently had the Veal Rib Chop special and it was the best I ever had. It was butterflied and pounded thin. You could cut it with...MoreThanks for the great review! We are glad you were very satisfied with our restaurant. Hope you will be back soon.
4 based on 5 reviews
The coffee here is great! Special includes 2 donuts with large coffee. Also have lattes and ice-coffee & muffins & breakfast sandwiches including croissants. In Chester NY they remodeled it to include TV & comfortable chairs. Take-out too! Still prefer the original dunkin' donuts and jelly ones!
5 based on 2 reviews
Yo estuve en el que hay dentro del Dolphin Mall, y de todos los zumos que tomén en Miami este es sin duda de los mejores.
La fruta es fresca y tú eliges los ingredientes que quieres, puedes ver como te lo preparan y calidad precio es imejorable.
Creo que llegué a tomarme 3 zumos allí por día, y volvería a repetir si vuelo allí sin duda.
4.5 based on 143 reviews
The servers were friendly and attentive. I had a falafel plate that was completely yummy. The portions were large enough that I had two meals. I don't normally like baklava. I decided to try it and it was incredible!!! I highly recommend Allan's Falafel!!!
4.5 based on 247 reviews
When Driton “Tony” Sylaj came to the USA in 2000 he dreamed of owning his own restaurant. Tony was born in Kosova in January 1983. Upon arriving in this country his first goal was to obtain a degree. He attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY and received an Associates Degree in Restaurant and Hotel Management.<br><br>Tony began as a dishwasher in a small Italian cafe and gradually worked his way up to bus boy, waiter and then captain. He became the front of the house manager and then started to develop an interest in food preparation. He began as a prep cook and ultimately became head chef. His culinary background leading to Grappa is quite diverse. He has cooked and managed restaurants with the Hilton and Ritz Carlton hotels as well as Yonkers Raceway and Casino and the Surf Club Catering Hall.<br><br>All of these experiences confirmed his goals and dreams. He wanted to own a restaurant of his own that featured exceptional food, an intimate atmosphere and a staff of courteous, hard working professionals. Grappa Ristorante is that and more.<br><br>Ten years of hard work and commitment have allowed the dreams of Driton Sylaj and his partner, Nick Ahmetaj, to become a reality in Warwick Valley, New York. A long way for both from Kosova.
The staff is great. Very elaborate menu and loads of specials. I had Shrimp and Avocados appetizers and Ossobuco main course. Very delicious, can cut with fork. The place decor is very eclectic Highly recommend reservations. Usually packed on weekends.There wine selection is also very good. prices are reasonable.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
We stopped for appetizers on the way between somewhere and somewhere else. I am so glad we did! There were three delightful people that worked together to make sure everyone was happy, and we certainly were! We got the camarones al ajillo and chalupas. The camarones (shrimp in garlic sauce) were wonderful, to the extent that my husband at the ajillo sauce with a spoon. The chalupas were tasty, but eat them pretty expeditiously, or the corn chips may get soggy.
4.5 based on 164 reviews
My husband and I recently dined here. The dining room is very cozy. The wait staff was extremely attentive and friendly. My husband ordered the carrot ginger soup which was very flavorful. For the main entree he got the Tuscan Chicken which was done well and a large portion. I ordered the coconut shrimp and salad with goat cheese, apples, pears and candied nuts. Coconut shrimp was delicious. I didn't love my salad but I'm not sure if that's the salad's fault or I just wasn't quite in the mood for that salad. I would definitely dine here again though.
5 based on 333 reviews
Home made ice cream shop featuring milk shakes, sundaes, homemade wafffle cones for sale with a beautiful view of the surrounding farms . We also have quarts of ice cream , ice cream cakes, and ice cream pies.
Bellvale Creamery, by far, is one of the most decadent and indulgent true ice creams available. After their recent renovations, the line moves much more quickly. A local favorite and a must stop for travelers. Fresh, inventive and one of the most spectacular views in the Hudson Valley.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
What a pleasant surprise to find good Mexican food in a tiny town that doesn't even have a hotel in it. Because it's such a little town there wasn't a lunch rush. Walk in sit down, order, and boom hot fresh Mexican food. Large portions, guacamole and salsa was homemade and fresh as it could be. The owner is hands on in there and very nice. He said he's been open for 10yrs now. Nicely decorated and clean place with a well stocked bar and I would bet they make a great margarita.
3 based on 4 reviews
Stopped today as it's the only ice cream store open during winter months. It was 2 in the afternoon and the girl behind the counter advised my husband they didn't turn on soft serve ice cream because they are closing early (6 p.m.) because of Super Bowl Sunday. It's 2 in the afternoon, you opened a few hours earlier, you couldn't turn on machines? You're kidding right? Apparently not. Ice cream is just ok. Can't wait for seasonal stores to reopen.
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