55 Market Street
Oneonta, NY 13820-2546
Phone: (607) 432-7500
Fax: (607) 433-2202
Bars & Cafes
Since 1976, The Black Oak Tavern has served the Oneonta locals as a perennial neighborhood hangout that just doesn't seem to die down. If you are expecting a fancy setup with brightly-lit interiors and elegant decor, then you can definitely bid adieu to this tavern. Instead, it attracts the crowd with its selection of more than 10 local brews and several imported ones as well as happening live music events held throughout the week. Various local and touring bands play out rock, funk, jazz, metal and other varied music, much to the delight of the music lovers. And if you want the crowd to cheer to your voice, then head on to the stage with your band on Monday for the Open mic nights and strut what you got, in style. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Red Jug Pub is just another watering hole in Oneonta, where locals flock together, to socialize on weekends. Located on the Main Street, this bar has a laid-back ambiance and cool crowd, which seems perfect for a lazy afternoon drink. Happy hours on Friday's, cheap booze on other days, and decent pub food, make the Red Jug Pub a common hangout place for most people in the neighborhood. The bar serves 24 beers on tap, apart from other spirits, which are easy on the pocket as well.
Serving Oneonta since 1980, Autumn Cafe offers sandwiches, omelets, salads, seafood, poultry and much more. Vegetarian entrees and a full bar are also available.
Famous among the locals of Oneonta, this swanky little bar is an ideal hangout place, for sports and beer fanatics. A long list of wines, beers and liquors adorn the bar at Legends Filling Station, while large screen TV's keep the crowd engaged. With a divey and casual ambiance, this place seems perfect for some after-work drinks and dinner. Pool tables, dart boards, foos ball tables and other games are also there to keep you busy, while you sip their amazing craft beers. Their food menu is extensive, and serves some tasty preparations like Buffalo Chicken Wrap, Spicy Mushroom Cheesesteak and Jalapeno Poppers. Head over, to catch your favorite team play, or just chill, whilst listening to the music.
Located on 136 acres (55.03 hectares) of what was once a hop farm, Brewery Ommegang opened its doors in 1997. A brainchild of reputed brewers, Don Feinberg and Wendy Littlefield, this brewery specializes in production of Belgian-styled brews. They boast of six award-winning and all-time favorite brews: Belgian Pale Ale, Three Philosphers, Hennepin, Witte, Rare Vos and Abbey Ale. Following a tour around the brewery, visitors can drop in at the cafe to enjoy delectable Belgian fares that will wonderfully complement the beers produced here. Brewery Ommegang regularly plays host to beer festivals and concerts; the annual event, 'Belgium Comes to Cooperstown', is a must-visit for every Belgian food and drink lover.
This hip cafe serves breakfast and lunch as well as an all day bakery and coffee and tea menu. Specialties include lobster an shrimp salad and Thanksgiving Everyday sandwich.