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Start off with Minestrone then a Garden Salad bowl, fill-up on the Homemade Lasagna (and enough for a take-home box for later) and finish off with some Spumone. A good meal.
This restaurant specializes in italian cuisine ( and does it up good) but also offers lunch and dinner plates that are more "american" (melts, philly steak, wraps, filet mignon, lobster,etc.).
I always go for the specialty of the house though (fish at a steakhouse is not my idea of a good choice) and have never been disappointed here.
The price is about average for this area ($20 per person for dinner).
The staff were courteous and attentive. The meal was prepared and served at the right time without rushing (I hate it at other places when they try to put the entree on the table when you are in the middle of the soup). The food was delicious.
Updated May 27, 2009
Address: 156 Utica Street
Unfortunately, there is no direct way to get to Oswego unless you have a car. Seeing as I don't, I have found that flying to Syracuse is the best option. I've tried to save money by taking the bus. It's about a 4 1/2-5 hour trip, depending on how fast the driver is. However, I have no patience for buses anymore and spend the extra money to fly. I highly recommend taking Jet Blue to Syracuse instead of US Airways. USAir uses the tiniest planes on all their Syracuse flights. Again, I have no patience for this anymore.
The drive to Oswego is a little under an hour.
Written Jun 23, 2004
Favorite thing: Now you can check out downtown Oswego with a live webcam. It has complete controls (rotation, azimuth, zoom) and is useful for seeing what the weather is on both the east and west sides of town.
Written Dec 24, 2007