1575 Privado Road, Westbury, NY, 04101
Good for: Families
699 Dibblee Drive, Meadowbrook Parkway At Zeckendo
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Solo
120 Jericho Turnpike, , Westbury, NY 11753
Caffe Baci: bistro
You enter the shop and find an upscale bistro that offers Italian-American foods (mostly pastas and paninis).
The dining area is very and noisy and can be a little drafty in the winter.
The bar area is a bit more private but small and gets crowded quickly.
The staff are efficient but not readily chatty. The have fixed smiles and will serve you promptly but refrain from engaging in conversation with the customers especially on busy nights.
The food is very good and some of the dishes are done in an artsy fashion but the portions are smaller than most Italian-based restaurants.
A typical meal is about $20 (including tax and tip and drink).
There is no official dress code but the clientel are typically dressed neat/casual (no cutoffs or tee shirts).
You can order takeout also but I am not sure what portion of the menu is included.Related to:
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Caffe Baci Restaurant & Bar: Don't Miss this Little Italian...
This little restaurant located off the main road on Old Country Road is a gem! It is a nice quiet place for a romantic dinner.
Favorite Dish: Pasta and fish dishes are all very very good.
3 Hotels in Westbury
drive your car
The nearest taxi service is 15 or 20 miles away: Sandler Service in Hannibal (315-564-5923) and Fulton Taxi in Fulton (315-598-4797). You can find car rental in Fulton, NY also (Enterprise Rental, 315-593-8050). If you have special needs or desire group travel, then you can hire a charter bus from Birnie Bus Service in Port Byron (315-776-5508).
The most practical way to travel in the area is by private car. The primary routes are route 104(Seaway Trail) to the north and route 370 on the south that goes all the way to Syracuse and route 267 which goes east-west right through town.Related to:
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Fortunoff: You will love this store!!
This is an upscale Department store not like Saks 5th Ave. but it is step from places like Sears. They do not sell clothing. Furniture, Jewelry, china, linen and other housewares. Avoid Saturdays if possible because it is crowded.
What to buy: china and linen
What to pay: $200-$500 that my budget but you can find alot of cheaper thing and sales also.
Westbury Warnings and Dangers
The crime statistics for this small village shows it to be "below average" for any crime risks. There are no prevelant crimes, either violent or non-violent. There is only one registered sex offender in the whole Westbury/RedCreek area.
Most tourists will not be staying in Westbury because there really isn't much here (mostly just a point that people pass through), but if you do stay then you should use the same precautions you would use at home. Have a safe and pleasant stay in Westbury.Related to:
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