Best place to eat in Utica
i agree buddy

Rome, NY

#42 Dec 10, 2008
JONZ is the best.
Burrito Jonz South Utica wrote:
Best new restaurant in Utica!
retired Army LTC

AOL

#43 Dec 10, 2008
Try the House of Noodles near Old Saint Johns
Dug

Syracuse, NY

#44 Dec 11, 2008
BFTE wrote:
HANDS DOWN! The food is GREAT, you get great sized portions, and it is cheap! I LOVE IT THERE!Never had a bad meal....
Ya great - now you can tell us who you're talking about mowron.
lol

United States

#45 Dec 11, 2008
Who would even classify burrito jons as a restaurant? tasteless food and always made incorrectly by the "kiddies" that work there. And Zebbs is a cookie cutter place barely above friendly's. There are alot of really good places to eat locally, I've never tried Joes but heard great things about the place. I personally frequent Michael T's , Del Buono , and sometimes trackside. Michael T's is my top choice because I know Mike personally and he makes a killer frutti de mar or however its spelled, and his prices and service are great. Del buono has a great cafe mozz. appetizer and great burgers and trackside has some good meals on the menu as well. I used to frequent bella cucina but they have gone skimpy on their seafood dishes more than once on me. When you pay $25 for a seafood dish you should get what you pay for and not 5 thinly sliced scallops that add up to just over 1 whole scallop, but other than than bc's appetizers are good and the pasta is good, but just avoid the frutti de mar there because its waay better at Michael T's or Georgios and costs less.
What

Rome, NY

#46 Dec 11, 2008
Michael T's is a great place to enjoy a fantastic meal.
Summer68

Long Island City, NY

#48 Dec 11, 2008
Pho Mekong House of Noodles: I went to Pho Mekong for the first time a few months ago and will say that the food was excellent. It's a great Vietnamese restaurant.
gary

AOL

#50 Dec 11, 2008
as there cat on the menu?
What

Rome, NY

#51 Dec 11, 2008
Is Mike senior still alive?

Yes and doing great. His son now runs the place.
Used to love

AOL

#54 Dec 11, 2008
The Anchor Inn Bar and Grill.
Not sure if they are still open serving meals but they had great fish fry's on Friday nights and their mushroom stew could not be beat.
Real mushroom stew made with veal, not the crap that is around some of the places today.(probably is cat meat)
tom

AOL

#55 Dec 11, 2008
the anchor inn has not bee there for years. yes they did have great fish frys. if you are looking for a fish fry like theirs try tiny's on state street in utica they have a good one.
What

Rome, NY

#56 Dec 11, 2008

Is Mike senior still alive?
Yes and doing great. His son now runs the place.
Does he still work at restaurant? or no?

Once in a great while to fill in for someone. He is often there having dinner.
MR V

AOL

#58 Dec 11, 2008
SPUNTINOS
Food

Charleston, SC

#59 Dec 11, 2008
Chesterfield
tops

Rome, NY

#60 Dec 11, 2008
Jonz is awesome. Blows away any ginnie place in town!
i agree buddy wrote:
JONZ is the best.
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gimme some

United States

#61 Dec 12, 2008
tops wrote:
Jonz is awesome. Blows away any ginnie place in town!
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Please put down the crackpipe and go see if you can buy tastebuds from a plastic surgeon. I would gladly go to any "guinea" place in town before jonz, have you seen the extravagant kitchen at jonz? It consists of canned beans and a presto $39.99 griddle. Camparing Jonz to any of the good restaurants listed here is like comparing a turd to a sunset. Dont get me wrong I like a good Burrito/Quesidilla but Jonz isnt the place, I'd rather go to taco bell than Jonz. Dont get me wrong I like the idea of Jonz but he needs to improve some things because I think his stuff has the same flavor of that boxed Old El Paso stuff and that isnt saying much
great

Rome, NY

#63 Dec 12, 2008
Burrito Jonz kicks A-SS!
no clue

Rome, NY

#64 Dec 12, 2008
it is obvious you know nothing of Burrito Jones's food preperation. El Paso salsa? You have other motives dont you? I guess you need a huge kitchen to make good products. Most good mexican or any other food is prepared at home IN SMALL KITCHENS!
gimme some wrote:
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Please put down the crackpipe and go see if you can buy tastebuds from a plastic surgeon. I would gladly go to any "guinea" place in town before jonz, have you seen the extravagant kitchen at jonz? It consists of canned beans and a presto $39.99 griddle. Camparing Jonz to any of the good restaurants listed here is like comparing a turd to a sunset. Dont get me wrong I like a good Burrito/Quesidilla but Jonz isnt the place, I'd rather go to taco bell than Jonz. Dont get me wrong I like the idea of Jonz but he needs to improve some things because I think his stuff has the same flavor of that boxed Old El Paso stuff and that isnt saying much
San Diego

San Diego, CA

#65 Oct 21, 2012
River Rat was very good.
Californian wrote:
If you could only eat at one place for the rest of your life in Utica, where would it be and why?
Dana

Utica, NY

#66 Oct 21, 2012
Embassador is good ( old alpine east)
thrifty

Utica, NY

#67 Oct 22, 2012
secret garden

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