The Willows of Utica
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Food Lover

Rome, NY

#1 Apr 21, 2010
I ate at the The Willows last night and had an outstanding meal! The place is beautiful and the food and service is high class all the way.
question

Middleville, NY

#2 Apr 21, 2010
where is this place?
Personal Opinion

Jamesville, NY

#3 Apr 21, 2010
question wrote:
where is this place?
Corner of Culver Avenue and Lansing Street. Old Cafe Canoli
Wondering

Middleville, NY

#4 Apr 21, 2010
Personal Opinion wrote:
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Corner of Culver Avenue and Lansing Street. Old Cafe Canoli
ohhh ok, thanks =)
leila

New York, NY

#5 Apr 21, 2010
Personal Opinion wrote:
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Corner of Culver Avenue and Lansing Street. Old Cafe Canoli
what kinda food is it
James

Dallas, TX

#6 Apr 22, 2010
Know the chef he is a great cook been there to eat will and will definatly be returning
really

Syracuse, NY

#7 Apr 22, 2010
Didn't know a restaurant opened up! What type of food is on the menu? Is it Italian-American food and how are the prices. I hope they do well there!
satisfied

Lowell, AR

#8 Apr 22, 2010
The restaurant is excellent!! The menu has some Italian-American dishes and a variety of others. This place offers something different. I highly recommend the seafood riggies they are out of this world! Luke is a great chef and hope he is successful.
wow

New York, NY

#9 Apr 22, 2010
try radio tv or print to advertsie not this website
Info

Utica, NY

#10 Apr 23, 2010
Too Funny

United States

#11 Apr 23, 2010
Food Lover wrote:
I ate at the The Willows last night and had an outstanding meal! The place is beautiful and the food and service is high class all the way.
Anyone who uses the word "class" usually doesn't have any.
Too Funny

United States

#12 Apr 23, 2010
satisfied wrote:
The restaurant is excellent!! The menu has some Italian-American dishes and a variety of others. This place offers something different. I highly recommend the seafood riggies they are out of this world! Luke is a great chef and hope he is successful.
"...a variety of others." That's awfully descriptive.
Diner

Tully, NY

#13 Apr 23, 2010
really wrote:
Didn't know a restaurant opened up! What type of food is on the menu? Is it Italian-American food and how are the prices. I hope they do well there!
I had lunch there the other day for the first time. It's more classy, intimate dining. They added a bar area. The menu was more Italian and included several fish dishes, reubens,and even duck. Very good service. The spinach & asparagus tart was excellent. Highly recommend it. Lunch prices were about $8-9. Dinners were a little pricey, not a family dining unless you have alot of money to spend. Purely opinion and no idea who the owners, cooks, etc. are.
amm

Fayetteville, NY

#14 Apr 23, 2010
awesome restaurant!!!
Classy

United States

#15 Apr 24, 2010
Diner wrote:
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I had lunch there the other day for the first time. It's more classy, intimate dining. They added a bar area. The menu was more Italian and included several fish dishes, reubens,and even duck. Very good service. The spinach & asparagus tart was excellent. Highly recommend it. Lunch prices were about $8-9. Dinners were a little pricey, not a family dining unless you have alot of money to spend. Purely opinion and no idea who the owners, cooks, etc. are.
Would love to know this person's definition of "classy" -- and not just in this context alone. Classy, classy, classy!
Diner

Canastota, NY

#16 Apr 25, 2010
Classy wrote:
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Would love to know this person's definition of "classy" -- and not just in this context alone. Classy, classy, classy!
The topic was "The Willows of Utica" and I commented on my experience. You seem to have some kind of sigma attached to the word classy. Start a new discussion if you need insights on it. I might even give you my definition there.
Silence Dogood

United States

#17 Apr 26, 2010
People, People, People. Can we not be above all this an comment in a positive way about someone new trying to invest in Utica? Can we just try to bring the level of conversation up a notch to show that life can change for the better even if it is just a little change. Our area is in need of more positve actions. I haven't been to the Willows, but drove by it. It has curb appeal and hope to visit soon.
Ilion

Clayton, NY

#19 Apr 29, 2010
Just ate at the Willows tonight and the meal was wonderful. Very inventive; all five of us enjoyed our meals.
Lelouch

Syracuse, NY

#20 Apr 29, 2010
It is "too funny" to see the alee's employees come on here and talk crap because they are pissed luke's restaurant is doing good, why don't you worry about your own pitiful life.
Dinner

Fayetteville, NY

#21 Apr 30, 2010
Lelouch wrote:
It is "too funny" to see the alee's employees come on here and talk crap because they are pissed luke's restaurant is doing good, why don't you worry about your own pitiful life.
what are you talking about?

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