- Fantastically good Lebanese restaurant specializing in Middle Eastern, vegan, and vegetarian cuisine. Everything is extremely fresh and high-quality.Unassuming and simple Mexican joint with good food. Jarritos soda, horchatas, tacos, burritos, quesadillas.Storefront pizza parlor since 1968. Authentic Italian, generous portions, good prices. It’s an old-school Italian restaurant as well a place for slices and pies to go.Cozy Mom ‘n Pop operation with exceptional food. Burgers, sandwiches, soups, and a traditional dinner menu.Tiny, friendly, Peruvian restaurant. Authentic cuisine in a bright cheerful dining room. Owned & operated by the same family as New York Times reviewed Llamas Ice Cream directly next door.“Family Owned, Quick Serve Authentic Smokehouse BBQ.” Made from scratch with the freshest ingredients and all Prime meat. Casual and fun.On the corner of a strip mall is an unassuming storefront housing a terrific little restaurant. Mexican and Spanish food made to order, friendly service. BYOB.Bagels with lox, breakfast quiche, eggs benedict. Lobster salad croissant, salad with greens, walnuts, pears, bleu cheese. 2 decks, one overlooks the lake. Gift shop, too.Busy Portuguese barbecue with a Latin twist. Cuban sandwiches, steak sandwiches, pulled pork sandwiches. Tacos, tortas, salmon, steaks, fish.Rustic mom’ n pop off the beaten path in White Haven. American food and BBQ. The atmosphere is homey, people are friendly. Food is average.Casual, family-friendly restaurant. Extensive menu, salad bar, dessert bar. Breakfast all day, reasonable prices. Kids’ menu, outdoor deck.Well, this place is interesting, to say the least. It’s an antique shop and an Eastern European restaurant that serves BBQ and has 3 tables. Strudel, schnitzel, and BBQ.Casual fine dining, Modern American. Steaks, lamb, pork chops. Kid-friendly. $$$$ No liquor license, but will set you up with mixers, so BYOB.Roadside BBQ joint with ribs, chicken, brisket, pulled pork, and sides. Grilling on huge racks outside. Indoor dining, picnic tables outdoors. April to Labor Day.Cute little spot on Main Street. Breakfast, lunch, coffee. Omelets, french toast, bagels, Eggs Benedict. Sandwiches include Monte Cristo and Banh Mi.Authentic Colombian food in Main Street storefront. Tacos, empanadas, lunch items, dinner entrees, rotisserie chicken. Take-out, BYOB.Real NY-style pie just steps from I-80 at the Shops at Crossroads. Pasta, subs, calzone, stromboli, salads, all reasonably priced. BYOB.Comfort food and burgers, home-style cooking. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Their specialty is homemade baked goods.Good option in the Lake Region. Pizza, pasta, salads, entrees, hero sandwiches. Try Bianca pie with white truffle and basil.Homemade NY style pizza along with paninis, pasta, and salads. Prices are reasonable and New Yorkers approve of the pie. Indoor and outdoor seating.Diner fans, road trippers, and families: stop in for shakes, pie, daily specials, breakfast all day. Great food in a classic vintage diner.21 handmade flavors of ice cream, sherbets, and sorbets, 25 different toppings. Peach cobbler, banana pudding, sundaes, and malts.Pho shop located in a strip-mall. Modern-chic dining room. Pho, spring rolls, grilled pork, bowls. BYOB. Open daily.This compact, no-frills taco joint offers a few outdoor tables and meticulously prepared Mexican eats. A little treasure in Tannersville.