After hearing raves from a friend about Gerber's 1933 Tavern, I finally had the chance to stop in. My wife and I ordered lunch, her the roast beef sandwich, me the fried bologna sandwich with long hot peppers. We both enjoyed our lunches tremendously.The draft beer was cold and the on tap selection was decent. The service was super fast and the staff was very friendly. This place has been restored to it's original condition as best as possible. That being said, it is not in as-new condition, so if you're looking to step back in time to when it was in it's hey day, forget it. It's still very nice and you can imagine what it was like back then. It's not a large tavern so expect that it could be crowded at times. I walked out of there happy and full, so I I got what I went in there for. The worst thing about going there was the plethora of one way streets and it was tough to find a parking spot. Unless you're familiar with this area of Utica, expect to be frustrated finding that right combination of streets to get you there.
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