Restaurants

Small Town Eateries You’re Going to Love

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

 

Great pizza

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.

Distinguished Dining

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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Local Flavor, Summer Treats

You’ve been patient – you’ve mowed the lawn on a hot summer’s day, encouraged your child’s ball team on the sidelines of a hot, dusty field at General Clinton Park or visited Bainbridge to shop and now you face a drive home. Surely a treat is in order, for you and the family,

 

Thankfully, Bainbridge has some local delights to choose from – and affordable, too.

 

What a treat to visit the memorable places in Bainbridge where ice cream cones are so big they can’t be compared to a regular community stands, or large, homemade doughnuts drip with the sugar that has just been drizzled on them. On vacation recently, I was struck by the huge price, small quantity and bland flavor of the ice cream cone I purchased at a stand out of town. I was dreaming of home … where the ice cream is abundant and flavorful. I had clearly taken such treats for granted.

 

Here are three places that provide sensational sweets:

 

The Bob’s Diner Ice Cream Shoppe is tucked in a comfortable and convenient setting behind Bob’s Diner. Bob’s is special because of the great milk shakes on the menu inside, which are also available at the windows of the Ice Cream Shoppe. Customers are served fun flavors of soft and hard ice cream that can be eaten on the patio, complete with children’s toys. People often linger at the patio tables, enjoying conversation with other ice cream eaters. It’s open every day until 9 p.m.

 

Another place for exceptional ice cream is Country Classics on Route 7 near General Clinton Park (Open every day, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.). At this local favorite, you can get great ice cream and grilled items during the […]