Our recent dinner at Bully Hill was graced by an almost full moon and colorful countryside overlooking Keuka Lake. We considered our meals to be overpriced - entrees in the range of $23-26. Entrees include a simple mixed salad with balsamic vinagrette dressing (no dressing choice), one roll and no butter, and a side vegetable of the day. I had the smoked ribs which were very dry and seemed like they had been oversauced to make up for the fact that they were dried up. The rest of the plate came with a huge mound of mashed potatoes (underneath the ribs and alongside), roasted fingerling potatos, acorn squash, spaghetti squash, and a pumpkin puree! It was just one big plate of starchy vegetables. Although I enjoy all of these veggies, I have never seen a plate with 5 different starches on it. All I could think was that they were trying to get rid of excess side dishes. The presentation looked like a pig trough. My husband had porkchops which were also dried out and presented the same way. Desserts here are made on premises and our apple/cranberry crisp with vanilla ice cream was excellent. Just the right combination of sweet and tart. Although this place is a winery, wines by the glass are limited and weren't really to my taste. (Only two whites offered - reisling too sweet, chardonnay too dry). Our server was excellent and very attentive.
Our experience has been that lunch here is more consistent (and better value) and it is a good place to take out of town guests for the view and winery tour.
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