Romulus is a town in Seneca County, New York, United States. The population was 4,316 at the 2010 census. The town is named after the mythical founder of Rome, Romulus, a name assigned by a clerk with an interest in the classics.
Things to do in Romulus
4.5 based on 230 reviews
Whether dining indoors in our elegant dining room or enjoying lakeside dining on the veranda, the Aurora Inn is the best restaurant in the Finger Lakes region for waterfront dining and spectacular sunsets. Our award-winning, refined American cuisine is inspired by the changing seasons and fresh regional products and pairs perfectly with the many Finger Lakes wines on our list.Warm and welcoming with exquisite décor, our dining room combines traditional tables with intimate booths and banquettes—all topped by sparkling silver and crisp linen napkins. During cooler months, there is always a fire blazing on the hearth.The Aurora Inn Dining Room is a perfect place to celebrate special occasions—from intimate anniversary dinners to parties for up to 25 guests, we are prepared to make yours an event to remember. We can also accommodate larger events in our private Lakeside Room. Whatever the occasion, it will be remembered for fine cuisine, warm service and beautiful surroundings.
The interior design of the Aurora Inn is absolutely mesmerizing. The wallpaper, sconces, tables, and moldings are beyond spectacular. The food was dynamite. The steak was so tender-/ you didn’t even need a knife. The lakte was awesome. The fish was a little dry but the squid ink risotto made up for it. The berry cobbler was beyond great, especially since it had homemade vanilla ice cream on top. But I must send a shout out to Pleasant T Rowland for breathing life back into this historic inn. She is a blessing to us all.
4.5 based on 740 reviews
An informal setting overlooking Seneca Lake, featuring savory and unique dishes made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Finger Lakes wines and craft beers are available by the glass. Reservations Recommended. Maximum group is 8.
This has got to be one of the best restaurants I've been to. The ambiance is casual, but the food is elegant! Our waitress helped with our ordering decisions by letting us know what the locals usually ordered. The place is very popular, so make a reservation (which is easily done online).
4.5 based on 220 reviews
Cooking School, Private Dining and Special Events. We offer both hands-on and demonstration classes, wine dinners, private parties and wedding receptions. The schedule will be carefully managed so that each offering is a special well thought out and executed experience. We specialize in proving the freshest of ingredients through the following avenues: Our own organic vegetable and herb garden specializing in heirloom varieties, local organic farmers who are growing specific produce for us, local farmers who are producing hormone free antibiotic free meats and fish flown in from Browne Trading Company in Portland Maine to ensure its freshness.
We were disappointed to learn that Suzanne is no longer open to the public but only for private party and banquet functions.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
During the winter we are open by chance. Call ahead, or look for open flag or cars, & stop in! We can also try & make arrangements if you want to stop in to order a cake, etc, when not open. Please call first. We are a family owned and operated business specializing in premium ice cream made on our premises. Our homemade ice cream is created using the finest ingredients available to us. We strive to use all natural products whenever possible.
We had 2 different flavors and a sundae. Everything was absolutely generic, sub par, cheapest ice cream you can imagine. So disappointing. Thus was the spot we Always took our kids when doing wine tasting. We thought it was the best ice cream parlor in the state.
Not anymore. Never coming back.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Stopped for a leisurely lunch. The covered patio overlooks the vineyard. The service was pleasant and unhurried. Our mushroom soup was hot and full of flavor. My salmon dish and my wife's perch were perfectly prepared. Best meal we have had during our visit to the area. Would definitely recommend.
4 based on 25 reviews
Had some wine and wanted something else and up along came Mr. Twistees. They have both soft serve and Hershey's hard ice cream---even my favorite though hard to find flavor--chocolate moose tracks. Lots of comfortable seating, a nice view, and even a playground.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
The Copper Oven's specialty is wood fired pizza. Our menu rotates monthly and relies on home grown and locally sourced ingredients. We promise you good food in a laid back and friendly environment. The Copper Oven is located at Cayuga Ridge Estate Winery, in the center of the Cayuga Wine Trail West in the Finger Lakes region.
If you love flavorful foods with local ingredients this is your place! Creative, healthy menu with great wines and several of their own or local beers. If Dominos is what you like, don't go here...their crust is thin and charred...pizzas include a buffalo chicken, funghi, and a summer bounty (shredded yellow and green squash). You won't find red sauce on any pizza but you can get a lovely tomato salad! Enjoy the friendly staff!
4.5 based on 243 reviews
Phone: (315) 539-9556
We have eaten at Connie's many times. The atmosphere is right out of the 50's and we love that. Recently we had breakfast there mid-morning on Sunday, and were not overly impressed. Not the broadest selection of breakfast items, and it took 20 minutes to get eggs! We'll go there for other meals in the future.
4.5 based on 211 reviews
Every time we go to Sauders I see more and more. Vegetables are always fresh, baked goods delicious, and the varieties of so many different items is amazing. Spices, baking supplies, cheeses, meats, and grocery shopping heaven. Beautiful building too, and there is a separate section with the outdoor furniture and sheds. Quite the place to shop and eat. The deli is a great lunch stop. We love it there.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
My sister spotted the ad for the new Seneca Coffee House in the Seneca Shopper so while we were out hunting down garage sales I said, let's check out this café. I really couldn't believe Ovid has a real coffee house like the ones I'm used to in nyc. Well, I wasn't prepared for it but I'm happy to report that it's not just good, it's great starting with the coffee to the décor and the friendly owner and his family. And, the pastries as I could tell at a glance are homemade, fresh and fantastic. I had a cheddar cheese popover, the last one in the case with my perfect macchiato. The coffee beans are from one particular coffee farm in Costa Rica and they're also sold in the shop. Let me just add that not only is the café a work of artful restoration, the owners have renovated the entire c.1860 building of this historic village (part of the Military Tract laid out by Ithaca's founder Simeon DeWitt and populated by pioneers and soldiers from the Revolutionary War). It's a great spot for locals, tourists and the community.
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