The food and service are great. Prices are reasonable. You can't go wrong. Parking can be tight depending on the time of day but I have always been able to find parking.
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This is a lively bar and restaurant with a variety of choices from wraps to fish and meat entrees. The drinks are interesting and food straightforward and good.
Now considered a stable for downtown Binghamton great bar great atmosphere great food pleasant staff and the relatively new bar next-door is really groovy and fun a definite must for brunch and stop when you're in Binghamton
Lost Dog is one the go to places in Binghamton. Always something new on their menu but they also hang on to the tried and true favorites- (Greek Chicken and a Mambo Chocolate Lava Love !) check ot the Lounge for drinks and live music on the weekends too.
The food is excellent, not anything like a usual chain restaurant meal. I have eaten here many times and am never disappointed. It's a little on the pricey side, but well worth it!
I thought this was the site for Cyber Café. I am sure Lost Dog is good too. Binghamton has a great Café and music scene that crosses generations. Makes life interesting.
So nice to discover that their food is so fresh! You taste it's their kitchen. We love to choose for the houmous, which is delicious and for a nice salad or the vodka pasta. Hip, trendy and good food!
We stopped by to have a quick appetizer and glass of wine. We ordered the stuffed mushrooms which were served hot and had great flavor. We also has the chicken satay with peanut sauce. Unfortunately the chicken was overcooked and the sauce was not warm. They have a nice selection of wine, beer, spirits as well as coffee and other... More
This Binghamton landmark serves delicious food in a funky setting. Cocktails are well prepared and they don't skimp on the alcohol It is one of our favorites and a must stop when we are in Bing.
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We will be driving from Ottawa to California and would like to stop at the Lost Dog Cafe for lunch on our first day on the road. Seeing as we will not have a great deal of time to wait, can anyone tell us how busy it might be at lunchtime on Friday, January 22nd, 2016? We are aware that this restaurant does not take reservations, so should we stop elsewhere? We have been there before, about three years ago and loved it so would really like to go back.