As of August 1 the sign is still there but the place is for sale. I would double-check before planning a meal there.
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Burgers on untoasted bun, a bit oily. Lovely salad on the side with dressing on the side substituted with ease for the fries. My friend had the chicken enchiladas. Mushrooms therein were unexpected and she is unable to eat them. She didn't know they were...More
This restaurant shows its 70's roots. It is a funky little place telling about the founding of Rongovia. We went there because they had music which we enjoyed. The menu is limited, mainly Mexican food. The food was good and our waitress Sarah was very...More
Excellent burger and local music on the night we visited. Kyle was attentive and friendly and there is a very cool time line of history on the wall. Great find.
I always worry about a place whose website spends virtually all of its space talking about the past, but we decided to check it out anyway. Unfortunately, and as I thought might be the case, there seems to be a complete disconnect between what "the...More
The Rongovian is a local institution that has been around for years. We make a point of visiting at least once every time we are up at Lake Cayuga because it so embodies what we love about the area -- a bit of a 1960's...More
Only 5 entrees offered. We had 4 and none were good. Server wasn't trained. Had to leave to get her pen when she came to get our order. Service was fast and music was good but the young children being allowed to run around were...More
The Rongo is one of those places that you find in a small town that has a history unto itself. It's a landmark place. It's been in business as a tavern (bar/restaurant/music venue) since the 1970's. The mythical country of "Rongovia" seems to be the...More
The menu was full of fresh locally sourced options. I had a bowl of curry soup that was excellent. They were able to provide some delicious options for my allergy sensitive grandson. The kids were able to get up and move about without problems and...More