House of Reardon- Binghamton Restaurant Week
Binghamton Restaurant Week (BRW) continues until this Thursday, March 30th, so if you're still trying to pick a place to go, let me help.
My son, Devon came home from college for the weekend so our family, his girlfriend and my in-laws decided to make House of Reardon our place to go and we were not disappointed.
It was a great way for our family to enjoy an awesome meal and we were able to support the Children's Home and the Binghamton Boys & Girls Club at the same time.
The four course meal began with appetizers. I went with the Fried Green Beans. They were such a big hit that my father-in-law wants to get their recipe so that he can try and make them at home.
Tara went with the pretzel logs and wanted to get more. I told her that if she were still hungry at the end of the meal, I would get her more. Spoiler alert: She was full by the end.
One of the things that House of Reardon is know for is their pierogies. House of Reardon's homemade pierogies are made by the Pierogie Guy. I was delighted to see them on the BRW dinner menu. There are several varieties to choose from and that's a problem worth having.
I went with the BBQ Pork, my father-in-law went with the potato cheddar & bacon. My wife decided to try a different main course and had the Chicken Philly Sub. My son went with the one topping pizza. Yum, Yum, Yum and Yum.
We ended our meal with cookies. We had so many that we took some home. Be sure to check out what else House of Reardon, the oldest Irish bar in Broome County is offering for dinner during Binghamton Restaurant Week.
If you're looking for a banquet room, you'll find one at House of Reardon behind the restaurant. The room can hold up to 200 people and is an indoor/outdoor facility with a very relaxed atmosphere. In fact, when we were there on Friday night, there was a function going on and yes, there is heat out there.
A big thanks to our waitress Alyssa, our host Josh and of course the owner Bob. It was a great get together with tasty food in a wonderful atmosphere.
Go here to see the participating Binghamton Restaurant Week restaurants and their menus.