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Colden Mill
$40 or $80 to Spend on a Dinner of Seafood, Comfort Food, and More

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A meal overlooking the Cazenovia Creek sounds like a dream and it's exactly what you'll get at this cozy resto on Boston Colden Road. Here, the historic atmosphere and eats from chef Matthew Webb's exquisite menu will sweep you off your feet:

• $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink at dinner for two any Tuesday - Thursday
• $40 for $80 to spend on food and drink at dinner for four any Tuesday - Saturday
• Locals love the fish chowder, lobster poutine, and mushroom gnocchi
• Located in what was once a grain mill dating back to the 1830s, the historic atmosphere gives the impression of a time long past

"I was so surprised how beautiful the restaurant looked decked out with gorgeous exposed wood beams and an atmosphere of a warm cozy cabin. The service was amazing; the star of the show was hands down the food!! I lived in Vegas for years and ate at the finest restaurants in America. This hidden gem serves 5-star cuisine at an extremely reasonable price. It truly is a must-see! - Facebook Reviewer

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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 26, 2021

PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES 90 DAYS AFTER PURCHASE

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    8348 Boston Colden Road, Colden, NY 14033
    716-941-3081 | get directions

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