Endicott is a village in Broome County, New York, United States. The population was 13,392 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Binghamton Metropolitan Statistical Area. The village is named after Henry B. Endicott, a founding member of the Endicott Johnson Corporation shoe manufacturing company, who founded the community as the "Home of the Square Deal".
Things to do in Endicott
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Tasty Italian dishes, particularly pasta, parmesan and pizza items. Stay away from the salmon, which is low quality, and looks like frozen portions jazzed up with their pink sauce. Sauce is delicious, but salmon not so much. Prices very reasonable, but noise level is definitely a problem, particularly when you're sitting near a large party. Don't expect to carry on a conversation unless you come after the crowds - you can always call and find out. There are two sections to this restaurant, but each section has no sound absorption materials. If noise isn't an issue for you, you will enjoy the food, particularly if you stick with pasta dishes. With better quality salmon, that dish could be a hit; until that happens, think twice before ordering it.
4 based on 96 reviews
The Broadway Diner has been serving the Greater Binghamton Area for over 16 years. We are family owned and operated restaurant. We offer Breakfast Lunch and dinner, specializing in classic American Diner food like Burgers, Triple Decker Clubs, Homemade soups and sandwiches. We offer Authentic Greek dishes like Spanakopita, Pastichio, Mousaka and Baklava. We have daily specials and have an excellent dinner menu with a wide range of entrees. We serve Breakfast all day. We have a great friendly staff.
We stopped by for a late breakfast. We started with coffee which is alway fresh and hot. We ordered the broccoli and cheese omelette, served with rye toast and an abundance of homefries. The omelette was the cooked perfectly with just the right amount of cheese. We also had the eggs benedict on an english muffin. The eggs were cooked to the perfect texture (not too runny or hard) and the sauce was very good. The server was very polite and attentive.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
We met friends for lunch. Everyone ordered sandwiches and were delighted with their selections. I had the tuna which is lightly seasoned with lemon, oil and seasonings and served on ciabatta bread. It is complimented with panzarotti, choice of salad or chips. It was very light and delicious. The others ordered the chicken caesar wraps which were also very good and served with a side of salad or chips. Dont forget about the pizzas which are cooked in a brick oven and delicious.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
Great meal!! Margarita pizza and an antipasto salad......such a great meal. The antipasto was enough for two people to share and the pizza was as good as I have had in Italy. Big chunks of garlic made each bite, pure deliciousness. It was the perfect meal size for two, with pizza left over for the next days lunch. Nothing like it locally, true culinary delight, with the old family recipes
4.5 based on 113 reviews
We love P.S. Restaurant! It is our favorite place to have dinner in Vestal. The food is always excellent and the service attentive. It is a locally owned restaurant and we like to support our local economy. Recently, they catered a family get-together and the dinner was awesome. Sylvania made up custom menus with my son's name which was a nice touch. My husband and I also periodically go to P.S. for date nights. Highly recommended for a great evening out!
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Wow...We were so excited to try this bakery. It has been touted as "premier, unique and television worthy." Well, it was a huge disappointment.
We read the reviews and they were ok, not terriffic..but why not give it a shot...??Wrong.
We selected a cake on the Internet the owner pulled up when we were there and said anything similar would be marvelous...It was not even close...To make things worse, the center was frozen when served...dry and the raspberry filling a "skim"coat. The icing was fine. Money was not an issue for us as we were "going all out." Big mistake. ..Truly poor value for the product....
It was a first for us and there will not be a second time...
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Homemade authentic Polish cooking.
We enjoyed another great family meal All the appetizers were good as well as the loaves of bread dinners and service was great food was flavorful those that had room for desert said it was tastyThank you very much for the kind words! We really appreciate it! Hope to see you soon!!
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Tried the spiedie nuggets. I understand that pork has to be cooked, but try to find a batter or breading that can stand up with it. Way over fried and tough. Tossed the entire order in the garbage. Not worth $7.59, same price as a sub. Fries have gone down hill as well, but credit due on the chicken spiedie subs. Still flavorful, somewhat dry. This place had it's game on it's hey day. Not so much anymore. Off to Sharkeys or Spiedie and Rib Pit.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
They make great pizza and it is mostly take-out place. One big square will feed the family. Sell some nice desserts and deli too. I get a pizza here at least once a month.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Pete's is our favorite place in the Triple Cities for breakfast. Their toast is crave-worthy - I know that sounds crazy, but really, it's THAT GOOD. On Fridays, their florentine omelette is to die for! Service is always fast and friendly, and we've always left feeling happy and full. Highly recommend!
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