The Inn Between Restaurant
Amuse Bouche (appetizers) are served before the main course. Caesar salads, honey and poppy seed date nutbread, and raspberry vinaigrette with Gorgonzola cheese and a garlic tulie accompany our delicious fresh fruit and toasted almonds. All entree selections come with the above items. Lobster bisque, beef wellington, boneless roast duck, and fresh Boston Harbor seafood are among the house specialty items. Chicken, veal, and steak items are also available. Choose from our dessert and pastry selection to finish your meal, or have Bananas Foster prepared at your table.
Chef Cesta began his culinary career in 1978 as a line cook at the Inn Between Restaurant and learned his trade and skills through the mentorship of friend and colleague Chef Randall Colman. He is one of the youngest people to become a Executive Chef, and he has since been re-certified five times.
The Munro family is credited with making a significant part of Onondaga County's history. Sheriff Thomas H. Munro served as Sheriff of Onondaga County from 1934 to 1936. He was also a member of the county and state Republican Committee and an important agriculturalist on the New York State Agriculture Committee. They are also credited with creating the Republican party, which convened for the first time in the village of Camillus, New York on February 7, 1852. It is interesting to note that this was the first Republican party meeting in the United States. However, the party was formally created elsewhere.