The Waterloo Outlet in New York features over 100 different premium outlet stores. After a long day of shopping, finding a restaurant around the Waterloo area can be a piece of cake. With several restaurants sprinkled around the Waterloo area within an eight mile radius, finding a restaurant that suits your needs can be a breeze. Fast food chains, franchise dining restaurants, family diners and café’s are all available for dining in the Waterloo area.
Located less than a mile from the Waterloo Outlet, Arby’s is a branch of a franchise restaurant that serves a variety of sandwiches, melts, salads and desserts. Arby’s features several kinds of menus including a kids menu, a shakes and desserts menu, and a value menu.
Abigail’s Restaurant is located about eight miles from the Waterloo Outlet in New York and features an “All you can eat deli bar buffet” as well as salads, sandwiches and entrees. Abigail’s Restaurant offers menu items which are dairy free, gluten free and vegan friendly. Outdoor and indoor dining options are available for customers for lunch and dinner. Banquet and catering menus are available as well. The restaurant features “Fabulous Fridays” which allows guests to access the Friday night “Super Salad Bar” and the Lunch Deli Bar Buffet.
Our Heritage Cafe
Located about four miles from the Waterloo Outlet, Our Heritage Café is located in the heart of New York’s Finger Lakes Region. The restaurant offers seafood, steak, pasta, burgers and sandwiches. Lunch and dinner specials are available for customers as well as delectable desserts which are displayed on their 1920s Andes Stove. Our Heritage Café has an old-fashioned, historical atmosphere, with antique artifacts on display.
Magee Country Diner
Located just about four miles from the Waterloo Outlet, the Magee Country diner welcomes guests with fresh home cooked meals daily. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. and features dishes such as “Pig Wing Platter.” Daily specials include honey pecan chicken, all you can eat fried shrimp (every Wednesday), Chicken-n-biscuits, liver and onions, Smokey mountain chicken and beef stroganoff.
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