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“Local Excellence”

Sprague's Maple Farm
Ranked #1 of 8 Restaurants in Portville
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $5 - $30
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Business meetings, Large groups, Local cuisine, Families with children
Dining options: Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast
Reviewed October 23, 2013

Their maple sausage stuffing is to die for! You can't beat their turkey dinner and their Friday night fish fry is an excellent value and tastes great!

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Thank ChristinaG790
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Reviewed October 10, 2013

If you love real maple syrup this is the place for you. Good food. Fun atmosphere. Not the best place for a quite romantic dinner or an intimate setting. But otherwise enjoy!

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Thank gcran
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Reviewed October 5, 2013

We stopped here for lunch while out leaf peeping (great area to do that!!) and had the Pilgrim's turkey sandwich - I think it took longer to be seated than it did to get the food! The sandwiches came pretty quickly and were very good-I really liked the cranberry/horseradish dressing that came with it. Mike had sweet potato waffle fries with his and there is a variety of different types of syrups on each table to sample with your food. The restaurant is huge, and busy and the wait staff was very efficient. The only thing I didn't care for were the love birds or whatever they were at the entrance to the dining area. They were very loud and screechy during the whole visit. There is a little gift shop on site and you can walk up the hill (or take a wagon ride up) to the sugar shack on top of the hill behind spragues as well... today they were serving samples of a wine they recently collaborated on and hot mulled cider. all in all a pretty neat place

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Thank mw579
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Reviewed September 29, 2013

this is our last review of Sprague's until either it burns down (God forbid) or they sell it to Cracker Barrelll (we'd rather it burned if nobody was hurt)... once again we took out of town friends who now think we know absolutely everything about restaraunts... although there was a line, somehow they seated us instantly, and we relished in a dijon baked fish, a monster fry and two delicious, thick turkey sandwiches... best of all, the baked beans, with a runner up to the turkey noodle soup... super service, and for a "floor show," suddenly a bevy of young women came in in prom dresses... nothing makes you look better in the eyes (and on the palates) of your friends than Sprague's.

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Thank DOUGANDPOLLY
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Reviewed September 23, 2013

This place is fast becoming one of my local favourites. I've had lunch or brunch there a couple of times and dinner once and so far it hasn't disappointed. I've enjoyed everything from the juicy ribs and the home-reared turkey to the Irish coffee and keep meaning to order the sublime maple cream cheese with something but I'm always too full. For brunch there's all-you-can-eat pancakes but mind you don't share! And you can sample four different kinds of maple syrup on the table but a pity only one or two of them actually come from Sprague's own farm and can be bought in the gift shop - they're missing a trick there! . One thing that makes it different from your average, homely, American "family" restaurant is that they have a decent drinks selection, so fun for adults as well as kids. Even with the vast dining room, I've heard you sometimes have to queue for a bit but there's plenty to look at - kids love the animal family occupying one of the tables, the raccoon that pops up from a box as well as other surprises. If you go for lunch there's an interesting walk up the hill to look at the Indian tepee and in season, the maple sugar shack, so you can go some way to working off your meal.

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Thank Annofwimbledon
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