CAMBRIDGE –There’s a simple joy in eating a meal that you didn’t have to prepare yourself. Grab a seat on the patio or deck to savor local flavors at these five restaurants.
At Georgetown Tavern the wood-fired pizzas and Georgetown Vineyards wines, craft beers, and slushies are rivaled only by the panoramic views. Enjoy live music as well. On a side note, the tavern is run annually on 95% green energy. Almost all of its electricity is supplied by a 10Kw Bergey Wind Turbine and a 30Kw 117-panel solar array.
360 Burger uses locally-sourced ingredients in its juicy burgers, crisp fries, and hand-spun milkshakes. The beef used in each burger is raised by their family.
Central Station Steak & Ale offers a fun and relaxing atmosphere serving the steaks, chicken, and freshly cut salads creating.
The Dockside Restaurant at Seneca Lake Marina Park is adored for its ice cream shop, Fish Fry Fridays, barbecues on Fridays and Saturdays, and a menu inspired by global favorites. The deck offers views of the marina for every meal and shade on warm summer days.
The Bear’s Den uses only fresh-cut steak, pork, and seafood. Try one of their ribs or desserts. The Bear’s Den creates each dish in-house and with locally-produced ingredients. The extensive outside patio allows you to enjoy the outdoors.
For more information, contact the Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitors & Convention Bureau office, 627 Wheeling Avenue, Suite 200 in downtown Cambridge, call 740-432-2022, email info@VisitGuernseyCounty.com, or log onto VisitGuernseyCounty.com.
Submitted by Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitors and Conventions Bureau.