The New York state, just like the city, is home to many unique culinary experiences. Venture to these restaurants to treat yourself to some amazing dishes!
Genesee Brew House in Rochester has become a destination for beer lovers due to its wide range of beers. The 9,200 square foot building also features a rooftop restaurant overlooking the historic downtown area of the city, as well as the Niagara River and Niagara Falls.
If you want to enjoy a full-on drinking and eating experience in Rochester, head to Nick Tahou Hots, who was considered the inventor of the “trash can” when it opened in 1918.
If you talk to New Yorkers, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you fall in love with fried sandwiches (not just in Rochester, sorry).
Italian immigrants in Binghamton invented this unusual sandwich in the 1920s, originally for lamb, but there are now versions of chicken and beef. The skewer sandwich is a tender meat cube that is marinated overnight, grilled on skewers in a charcoal pit, and then slid onto soft Italian bread. Visit Lupo’s S.S. Charpit, which has served the sandwich since 1951, and find Spiedie’s Rib Pit, where you’ll find one smothered in melted cheese. If you want to try it, they also sell it with a fried sauce, and it’s one of the best-fried sauces in Rochester.
If you try to mix oysters, make sure you prepare them yourself, and if you never shake them, don’t worry, the staff will be super friendly and super friendly, showing you the tricky technique while making sure it doesn’t cut you. For more information, visit the Oyster House in Rochester, which houses one of the best oyster houses in New York City.
Explore the Adirondacks’ six new cuisine trails (Adirondacks)
Guests can enjoy craft beer, including many local options, as well as a selection of local wines and cocktails from local breweries and restaurants.
Have you ever felt like a FOMO after eating and wondered which hidden gem you missed, or wondered if you missed any hidden gems?
The Ausable Valley Trail, for example, is a family-run business, and six new trails have been added since October 2018. These trails will show you the history of the New York food scene and its unique culinary experiences. We are proud of the spotlight that the New York Taste NY initiative has helped to bring to this spotlight, as well as the amazing dining and entertainment options available in the area.
The State of New York is home to some unique culinary experiences that are certainly worth the trip. Be sure to check them as soon as the lockdown is over!