Had a delicious veggie pizza: great crust, yummy tomato sauce and abundant veggies (eggplant, pepper, onion, etc?) without getting soggy.
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There's a table on the corner of the Cantina's patio with an unblocked view of a very close Catskill Mountain. Fortunately, I've gotten this table every time I bring out-of-town guests there for a drink. The energy emanating from this majestic mountain is palpable and...More
Located on Main Street, and part of Brio's Pizza next door, Sportsman's offers great Mexican dishes, prepared fresh not frozen; along with other American choices, service is quick and friendly, prices are moderate. Genessee beer pints are$2.50! Parking is on street. Outside seating available.
Our group of 7 enjoyed dinner here after a great day skiing down the road at Belleayre Mountain. Typical sports bar atmosphere and menu, but the food was great. From the nachos, buffalo wings, brick oven pizza and burgers our group order, everything was generously...More
We haven't been to the Sportsman's Alamo in quite a while. We stopped in for pizza and it was pretty good. The service was great. It's you basic place to stop in for a decent bite to eat. One thing that would make a great...More
I take a few days' "retreat" to Phoenicia every fall, and almost always eat at the Sportman Bar. The beer is cold, the food good, and the attitude friendly and laid back. If you're looking for fine dining you might be disappointed, but if you...More
There were storms rolling thru and I was on a motorcycle and getting hungry. I had heard teh Sportsman had good and affordable food. It delivered. I ordered the fish tacos and they were good and reasonably priced. The service was good and my drinks...More
We eat there at least twice a week.Theres actually two different menus.We go for a early lunch and have seen are local business friend Pete having coffee and eating a big breakfast.Its great meal for the money and quieter than the other restaurants.(Because it has...More
Had a couple of drinks and some mussels. The mussels were very good, some of the best we have had. The waitress was very pleasant. We would return to this establishment again.
We really don't dig the food here. It's mediocre, not fresh and certainly not indicative of what tex mex food should be. Take a trip down the road on 28 to Santa Fe, the food is a million times better.