places in uticas past

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thinkinabout

Yorkville, NY

#1 Dec 29, 2008
restaurants:
nebas roast beef on onieda square.
friars inn in riverside mall,
cafe nero. remsen
fishermans warf on bleeker, where else could you enter thru a light house:)!
Dissapointed

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Dec 30, 2008
thinkinabout wrote:
restaurants:
nebas roast beef on onieda square.
friars inn in riverside mall,
cafe nero. remsen
fishermans warf on bleeker, where else could you enter thru a light house:)!
Wow...Nebas, I haven't heard that name in a LONG time

How about Lum's where Bagel Grove is now.
Shakey's Pizza in NH

Pizza Villa in Yorkville

Sambo's in NH where Zebb's is

Bonanza in N.Utica and Yorkville, sorta like the old Ponderosa

Carroll's for Hamburgs in Yorkville

Red Barn in Yorkville (I loved the Chicken!), where Adult World is

Deller's where the new Dunkin Donuts is on Oriskany Street

There's gotta be more, but thats all I can think of...
justautican

Rome, NY

#3 Dec 30, 2008
Why Nots (hamburgers) where Rogers's car wash is by the Hook

Ellen's Chili Hut (KFC there now)

Daddy's Hot Ham (closed Ponderosa site)

the first McDonalds (no indoor area) where Midas is in Yorkville
ed perry

Richmond, TX

#4 Jan 16, 2009
remember-jeans beans, kewpees,dandee donuts,sunny hunny,the wishing well,dellers,zitos
Beanz

Stony Brook, NY

#6 Jan 16, 2009
Anyoner remember "The Frozen Cow?"
Science Guy

Utica, NY

#7 Jan 16, 2009
What about White Tower. There was one Uptown where the Rite Aid is now and one Downtown across from APAC.

The Grapevine on Lafayette St.

Cathay Inn on lower Genesee St where Peepers is now.

Who could forget Uncle Henry's Pancake House also on Lafayette St.

Bumpers Sandwich Shop on Burrstone Rd. where Friendly's is now.

I know I'll think of more later.
ed perry

Richmond, TX

#8 Jan 16, 2009
Boston Store [The Spot], The Melody House,The Avon,House of Cards
Bobby Jindal

New York, NY

#9 Jan 16, 2009
Beanz wrote:
Anyoner remember "The Frozen Cow?"
Yup. On the out skirts of Rome right?
Beanz

Stony Brook, NY

#10 Jan 16, 2009
Bobby Jindal wrote:
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Yup. On the out skirts of Rome right?
I think...Im not sure though. I was about four years old. I know we had to drive a bit for it so it could have been near Rome!
Beanz

Stony Brook, NY

#11 Jan 16, 2009
ed perry wrote:
Boston Store [The Spot], The Melody House,The Avon,House of Cards
Yes!!! The SPOT!!!! lol! They had all the cool clothes!!!
The House of Cards with the pic of the werewolf in the window!!
ed perry

Richmond, TX

#12 Jan 16, 2009
Beanz wrote:
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Yes!!! The SPOT!!!! lol! They had all the cool clothes!!!
The House of Cards with the pic of the werewolf in the window!!
Remember the battle of the bands at The Spot. It was in 1969? I was w/ a band called Inner Light at the time.
Utica pride

Ithaca, NY

#13 Jan 16, 2009
Em Dems-South Utica
The Entire Coles Palza
Captain Trips-Genesee St
Travel Lodge
Utica pride

Ithaca, NY

#14 Jan 16, 2009
Tastee Cream- Italin Ice mmmmm...
ed perry

Richmond, TX

#15 Jan 16, 2009
Utica pride wrote:
Tastee Cream- Italin Ice mmmmm...
What about- Trinkaus Manor- Oriskany
sweating to the oldies

Syracuse, NY

#16 Jan 16, 2009
omg i miss all those things utica pride mentioned... my friends mom worked reception @ travel lodge & we used to go swim there all the time ..lol the original pizza pad in king coles plaza , the laundry mat in the plaza ... village toy shop.. cracker barrel... ohh man i loved growing up in south utica
ed perry

Richmond, TX

#17 Jan 16, 2009
sweating to the oldies wrote:
omg i miss all those things utica pride mentioned... my friends mom worked reception @ travel lodge & we used to go swim there all the time ..lol the original pizza pad in king coles plaza , the laundry mat in the plaza ... village toy shop.. cracker barrel... ohh man i loved growing up in south utica
It was a great place to grow up. Remember-Grand Union, Ben Franklin,Daws..
joey

Ontario, NY

#18 Jan 16, 2009
grandaddys
Its Me

Rome, NY

#19 Jan 16, 2009
joey wrote:
grandaddys
Grandaddys later became The Peppermill and then it was the Blue Sage. When it was the Blue Sage, they used to have the Tuesday night jazz open jam hosted by the No Name Band. That was always a great time. The music was incredible and there were always some very attractive ladies there.
Maria

AOL

#20 Jan 16, 2009
How about The Aylesbury Inn....Lucifers....Prime Time.....Devito's Bakery
ed perry

Richmond, TX

#21 Jan 16, 2009
Its Me wrote:
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Grandaddys later became The Peppermill and then it was the Blue Sage. When it was the Blue Sage, they used to have the Tuesday night jazz open jam hosted by the No Name Band. That was always a great time. The music was incredible and there were always some very attractive ladies there.
What about The Plaza-In Oriskany..

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