Binghamton Restaurants


Fine Dining with Binghamton Restaurants

Since Binghamton is a popular tourist attraction, you can be assured that there are plenty of dining options. Whether you are searching for a high class restaurant, a casual diner or even fast food, the Parlor City has everything your stomach desires. There are 69 individual establishments in the Greater Binghamton Area.

Start your Binghamton restaurants search by determining what you want. If you are interested in high-class dining, then there are a number of restaurants serving the most popular American dishes, including steak, seafood, Italian food and sandwiches. Some of the most popular fine dining restaurants include the Cortese Restaurant on Robinson Street, the Remlik's Grille & Oyster Bar on Lewis Street and the Number 5 Restaurant on South Washington Street.

If you want a more exotic taste, visit the Fuji San Japanese Restaurant on Vestal Parkway or Lampy's Mediterranean Grill on West Main Street for Mediterranean food. For Indian food, there is Moghul Fine Indian Cuisine on Vestal Parkway East and for Italian there is Nirchi's on the Avenue on Washington. Or head over to China Chef Restaurant on Union Center or Los Tapatios Mexican Restaurant on Bunn Hill Road. For a truly unique dining experience, try McGirk's Irish Pub on Kattelville Road or Sabaidee Thai Restaurant on Hooper Road.

Casual dining has even more places to choose from.  You'll see some national favories like Ruby Tuesday's, Longhorn Steakhouse and Red Lobster, but local is the way to go!  Make it a point to eat like a local and check out some of the most popular dining spots in Binghamton.  These include a variety of food choices like the Acropolis Restaurant (serving Greek and American food), Bella Pizza on Chenango Street, the Spot Diner Restaurant, Casey's Restaurant and Bar on Upper Front, the New Yorkers Grill & Diner, Alexander's Cafe And Sweet Endings, Whole in the Wall which serves organic and vegetarian foods or the classic Spot Diner Restaurant.

And, of course, you can aways grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many establishments selling "Spiedie"  What's a Spiedie?  The Spiedie is sandwich local to Binghamton.  It consists of meat cubes are marinated in a special marinade, then grilled on spits over a charcoal pit. Delicious!!

Happy dining in Parlor City!

 

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