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556. Lynton's: This was a very popular restaurant back in its day. It featured old Italian family recipes. It recently burned down...  
557. Café Canole: Located on Culver Ave. Delicious pastries and an Italian Menu. Prices are a bit high. Very popular for local reside...  
558. Basile's: A great restaurant back in its day. Featured great Italian food. Cousin's with Lynarda from Lynton's.  
559. aiight: Very common word you will hear a lot of in Utica. Slang for "Alright".  
560. LES: Lower East Side defined to those who live in the area between Mohawk St and Tilden Ave and in between Rutger St and...  
561. Boilermaker: Boilermaker is a world-class 15K & 5K road race where runners compete for thousands of dollars in prize money. It i...  
562. Brewery, The: Yes, it's the Matt Brewing Company, but the beers are actually branded and sold as Sarnac Beers.  
563. State, The: "The State" is the popular name for the Utica Psychiatric Center (also known as the Utica State Hospital). The Stat...  
564. Adrian Terrace: This is one of Utica's oldest project housing. Adrian Terrace is located on Armory Drive in East Utica just off of ...  
565. MVCC: Mohawk Valley Community College. It’s the college where you see 90% of the people you graduated high school with. T...  
566. Washington Courts: This was one of Utica Project housing that was located behind the Auditorium. Most of the buildings were finally to...  
567. Rosa's: Located just off of the Parkway, Rosa's is one of the best Italian Restaurants in the city and everything on the me...  
568. Pizza Classic: Located on Genesse Street almost across from APAC. Great pizza, calzones & wings. Along with many other Italian dis...  
569. Delmonico's Steakhouse: An upscale steakhouse located on Genesse St in North Utica. The food is wonderful and the atmosphere is entertainin...  
570. East Side: The East Side is the old Polish part of Buffalo. Today it is predominantly African-American.  
 
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