Lake House PubPub • Skaneateles, United States
Well it ain't Moe's.
Expect great service (esp. from Zach) and fantastic drinks + do not underestimate the beet deviled eggs
Angelique is the shit. I buy shoes elsewhere next to never. If you haven't been, go. ... You'll never look at a Snapple machine the same way again.
Lived in JP for 5 years; this was my favorite restaurant. Outstanding food, excellent ambiance, wonderful staff, good beer. If you haven't been, go. And if Dan is at the bar, tell him I said hello!
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Across the street on floor 3 is PerkStreet Financial. This unassuming looking online bank has customers in all 50 states & gives out over a million bucks a year in cash back. That's better banking.
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Jessen is the nicest shop owner in JP. This store does most of it's business from ppl outside the city, so get it if you like it. They turn over 40% of their merch every 2 weeks!
Brent is usually tending bar. He curates the art as well as The Hallway Gallery down the street. Ask him about it and earn some brownie points.
If you're in the front, you'll want the pancho they're offering you. Come early for a laugh from the scrolling light bar.
The best kept secret in Jamaica Plain! The trees are grouped by type. Check out the tags to see the name of each species.
Starbucks jammed! This place has great coffee and pastries. Plus, their bfast sandwiches are amazing!
If you're hungry, try the Lupo. That's my go-to.
Ever pay with cash? You'll never guess where they hide the register in here. It's so James Bond.
If you get here before 2pm on Saturday or Sunday, try a breakfast burrito. They're fantastic.
The Tibetan Momos are fantastic if you're into that sort of thing.
Jay Miller, the former Bruins enforcer, is the owner here at the Courtyard. Say hello. He's a really nice guy. Played 4 years for the Bs and 4 for the LA Kings.