Parma, New York contains an embarrassing number of authentic restaurants. Both native New Yorkers and new transplants hailing from outside the Mid-Atlantic all agree on one thing: the coming culinary revolution warrants greater inquiry.
Even though this area deserves more James Beard awards, it is kind of a relief that it still flies under the radar. To be real with our readers though: controversial figures like Oprah Winfrey can feast with their people in some other stopover town.
There’s nothing wrong with being a little offbeat. Fantasize about a perfect day in the Mid-Atlantic. Residents could be grazing on relishing apples and oysters before or after their outing to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
At the ritzy restaurants, the discerning wait crew should provide sensible favorites to help pair the right beers from New York with your meal. To all people who are fans of the Americana aesthetic, you will love the eating places that rock vintage diner decor. Meanwhile in the center of town, modern places have poured money into chic interior designs and booming sound systems. The goal is to entice vain millennials to take selfies and make their friends envious on Facebook. There’s nothing like free promotion!
There’s a crisis in creativity at so many here have the cure. Dear friends and frenemies from New Haven or Philly, please take a seat at our tables for the very best cuisine in the Tri-State.
Grandpa Sam’s Italian Kitchen
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138 S Union St
Spencerport, NY 14559