Canale’s Carnival of Food
Fried ravioli at Canale’s: Lightly breaded and seasoned ravioli did not survive as leftovers.

Canale’s Carnival of Food

Oswego can’t fail with Italian food — it’s on par with Syracuse, Utica By Christopher Malone The linguini with alfredo was as simple as can be — al dente noodles with creamy, flavorful white sauce. When it comes to Central New York Italian cuisine, Oswego holds its own with Utica and Syracuse. Whether it’s better or not is definitely subjective and hometown favoritism is a huge factor. However, there is a noticeable difference between good and bad efforts when it comes to this notable nationality’s cuisine. Since writing for Oswego County Business Magazine: Vona’s knocked it out of the park, Bridie Manor didn’t fail, and now the notable Canale’s Restaurant, 156 W Utica St., was put up to the test. As of early June, due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, Canale’s is offering only takeaway meals. Order by phone or online, drive up to the restaurant, let them know you’ve arrived, and they’ll bring out the food to you. I brought a thermal bag with me and the food temperature was great by the time I got home to Syracuse. The aroma of the food did get the best of me. By the time I got to the light at the

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