Where To Eat

Curl up with a mug of cocoa, kick your feet up with a pint of beer, or bite into a big juicy burger. We know a day on the slopes can make mouths water and bellies rumble – and we’ve got just the solution. Like a steaming bowl of the award-winning New England Clam Chowder at Dasher’s Corner Pub. The classic combo of BLT – with a twist (hello fried green tomatoes) – at Brix Pubaria. A steaming bowl of Guinness Steak Stew at Hairy Tony’s that will warm you up from head to toe. And favorites on the Mountain too – wood-fired pizza at Trax Pub & Grill and rotating weekend specials found at the Foggy Goggle.

Trax Pub & Grill

Wood-fired pizza, 20 beers on tap, burgers, sandwiches, soups and more. Floor-to-ceiling windows face the mountain at Greek Peak so you can watch the skiers zoom by as you dine.

(888) 353-5707

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The Foggy Goggle

Award-winning restaurant found at Toggenburg Mountain. Weekend specials that rotate for each new season.

(315) 683-5842

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Brix Pubaria

Brick oven pizza and creative classics (with a twist) like the BL Fried Green Sandwich. Also features vegan and gluten-free menus.

(607) 662-0005

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Bru 64

Coffee lounge by day, pour house by night. Offering freshly-brewed coffee, craft beer and wine, and a mini-menu of breakfast and late-night bites.

(607) 218-6731

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Central City Bar & Grill

Large portions ranging from burgers to salads to steaks and seafood. Famous White Chicken Chili is a favorite by locals.

(607) 758-3300

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Dasher’s Corner Pub

Known for its award-winning New England Clam Chowder. Also voted “Best of the Best” people’s choice award for steak (with custom toppings) by locals in Cortland County.

(607) 299-4386

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Green Arch Restaurant

Fresh, homemade Italian classics. Home to the famous Old-Fashioned cocktail. Founded over 80 years ago.

(607) 753-1481

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Hairy Tony’s

Seasonal menus made with fresh ingredients. Regional offerings, like the Chicken Speidie Sandwich. Open late night.

(607) 662-0239

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