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I've been to this Appliebees location a few times. This last time was for dinner with my friends Scott, Staci, Mike and Staci and Mikes children Sean and Cassidy. The restaurant was jam packed with people coming and going rather quickly. I was not happy with our service. Not only was she not attentive, but it took her 10 minutes to bring out a side of bar-b-que sauce for Patrick's chicken fingers. She also brought my meal out to me incomplete and I had to wait 10 minutes for the missing stuff, and when I got it, it was cold. I was so annoyed by the end that I didn't bother with desert. If I had had Monolpoly money that would have been her tip.
Favorite Dish: One this visit, I had the appetizer trio as my meal. It had the artichoke/spinach dip, mini cheeseburgers and the boneless buffalo wings. The dip and the wings were great but the cheeseburgers were cold so I didn't like them. Patrick had the children chicken fingers with fries which he loved. Staci and Mike started their meal with what looked like a great Caesar salad.
Written Mar 31, 2008
Address: 1171 Ulster Ave, Kingston, NY 12401
Most people will arrive by car, its Exit 19 off the NY State Thruway (87). Adirondack Trailways and USA Coach also stop here, bus station is next to the Stockade district.
Kingston has one of those tacky fake trolley's that stop at all the tourist areas. Never took it, we just drove. Parking is relatively easy.
Written Oct 4, 2002
There are 3 main districts in Kingston. As you enter the city from 87/NY State Thruway, the first district is Uptown/Stockade District which has the largest concentration of historical monuments/buildings. This is a very pleasant area to stroll around and check out the pre-1800 houses. The Midtown district appears to be the poorest area with not as many sights but still some beautiful homes. The Rondout district is farthest east, next to the Hudson River. Loads of quaint buildings, museums, cafes and such. Free parking makes this area very attractive for strolling.
Written Oct 4, 2002