Memorable meal experiences can happen in Bainbridge! One-of-a-kind restaurants are part of the fun of visiting this town. Variety, quality and ambiance are the hallmarks of a Bainbridge dining experience.
Flashback to diner eating
The landmark Bob’s Diner has classic diner food, but with so much more! Stop in for the best burger around or for a breakfast selection that is served all day! Experience the vintage 1950s diner ambiance at Bob’s, including cozy booths and a counter that shines. (607) 967-3111
Surrounded by Sports
Numerous televisions, a pool table and nice setting make the Highway 7 Bar & Grill a fun dining experience. Soft pretzel stick appetizers and flatbread sandwiches are some of the specialties at Highway 7, along with garlic potato fries, steaks, salads and burgers. (607) 967-4102
Inside Rosa’s Restaurant & Pizzeria visitors find a comfortable atmosphere with tables and booths for dining in, a take-out counter, and quick and friendly service. Try their garlic knots, their thin crust New York-style pizza, their Italian meals, even burgers and chicken with large portions, good food and friendly service. (607) 967-3050.
An Intimate Cafe
Bainbridge’s cafes provide a hometown feel. Making everyone feel welcome is their hallmark not to mention she is also the cook! At S & S Café (967-7123), all the cooking is fresh and homemade. Breakfast and lunch include daily specials, and the pancakes and omelets are specialties.
The Yaleville Inn (895-6811) is truly a destination dining experience. Visitors are surprised by its lovely quaint and rustic location, and Chef Bill’s very special, five-star quality food –always changing based on market availability, amazing and fresh.
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The Winter 2017 Issue of Bainbridge Connects is now available. Follow the link below.
Bainbridge Connects Vol 3 Issue 1 Winter 2017
Quietly hidden in the center of town, Bainbridge beckons visitors to come and experience a memorable performance at its vintage Town Hall Theatre on North Main Street. The theatre would be hard to recognize from the street, except for the simple theatre sign erected as a local Eagle Scout project some years ago and the small marquee advertising the next show.
The Town Hall Theatre is a unique 1910 vintage theatre on the second and third floors of the Main Street Town Hall building, and has been carefully and patiently restored to its original look. The theatre itself is something to experience – 250 seats, an upper balcony, beautiful restored tin ceiling, and tall columns that frame the wooden stage.
Coming to the Town Hall Theatre in Bainbridge is like meeting with an old friend for an intimate conversation. The wood floors creak as you walk up the steep stairs to the auditorium on the second floor. On a performance night, the smell of popcorn is in the air, and the sharp scuffle of chairs sliding under tables blends with the sound of auditorium seats opening and snapping closed.
People in the community treasure the theatre, and an active Jericho Arts Council brings entertainment to the theatre all year, inviting visitors and community members alike to enjoy some entertainment while relishing the theatre’s rich heritage and architectural beauty. The Arts Council was formed in 1976 to restore the theatre from years of neglect, and restoration was completed at the end of 2009. Now the Jericho Arts Council is the steward of the Town Hall Theatre, and the group hosts a range of performances in the theatre appealing to young and old.
The theatre is used for more than […]