32 of the Best Fort Drum Restaurants (2021 Edition)

first_imgThe appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. IntroductionWelcome to Fort Drum and one of the most rapidly growing postings in the army. You’ll be located just six miles to the North of Watertown, New York. Get ready for some colder weather as you move close to the Canadian border, but great food and a warm community will be there to welcome you. Fort Drum is the home of the 10th Mountain Division that’s ready to be deployed to areas all over the world. Whether you are there for training or as a permanent posting, it’s good to know where the best restaurants on Fort Drum are. You’ll find good choices and a wide variety in any direction from the post in Carthage and Watertown.If you know what you are hungry for, click any of the links below to go straight to the information. Due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, it is best to call ahead to confirm temporary restaurant hours before you go.(1-10) Fast Food Restaurants on Fort Drum(11) Coffee Shops on Fort Drum(12-15) American Restaurants Near Fort Drum(16-17) Breakfast Restaurants Near Fort Drum(18-19) Chinese Restaurants Near Fort Drum(20-24) Fast Food Restaurants Near Fort Drum(25-26) Italian Restaurants Near Fort Drum(27) Japanese Restaurants Near Fort Drum(28) Korean Restaurants Near Fort Drum(29-31) Mexican Restaurants Near Fort Drum(32) Thai Restaurants Near Fort DrumSuggested Read: Fort Drum: In-Depth Welcome CenterFort Drum RestaurantsOn Fort Drum, there is a wide variety of quick eats. Many local restaurants also offer food delivery to Fort Drum so be sure to check out your options.Fast FoodAsian1. Panda ExpressAddress: 10730 Enduring Freedom Dr, Fort Drum, NY 13603Phone Number: 1 (315) 777-8201Burgers and Sandwiches2. Arby’sAddress: 10730 Enduring Freedom Dr, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (214) 465-16713. Burger KingAddress: Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-01174. Charleys Philly SteaksAddress: 10730 Enduring Freedom Dr, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-21235. Maggies on the MountainAddress: 10207 N Riva Ridge Loop, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 777-8100Maggies’ goal is to provide the best place to relax and unwind on the post. They have a large beer list and serve burgers and BBQ.6. SubwayAddress: Building 10730 A/B, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-0065Chicken7. Popeyes Louisiana KitchenAddress: Bldg, P4230 Po Valley Rd, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-2319Mexican9. QDOBA Mexican EatsAddress: P10730A Enduring Freedom Dr, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-0065Pizza10. Domino’s PizzaAddress: 10207 N Riva Ridge Loop Bldg P, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 777-440011. Stefano’s PizzeriaAddress: 32620 NY-26, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-4444Coffee Shops8. StarbucksAddress:10730 Memorial Dr # B, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-8316Restaurants Near Fort DrumThere’s plenty to do around Fort Drum especially in the nearby city of Watertown. While you are out and about, you’ll want to grab a good bite to eat and we have you covered. These locations include some of the best options in both Watertown and Carthage near Fort Drum.American Cuisine12. The Church Street DinerAddress: 107 Church St A, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-0997Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, The Church Street Diner is perfect for any meal. From pancakes to roast beef sandwiches you are sure to find something to fit your craving.13. Jose O’Connor’sAddress: 15 Bridge St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-0081Jose O’Connor’s offers a wide selection of craft beer and wines and serves burgers and bar bites recommended by the Watertown Daily Times food critics.15. Zero Dock Street Restaurant & BarAddress: 130 Canal St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone number: 1 (315) 554-9376Located in a historic building overlooking the Black River, Zero Dock Street Restaurant and Bar offers sirloin, grilled chicken, and burgers. They also have a banquet hall that can be reserved for events.Breakfast16. Chatterbox DinerAddress: 266 State St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-0700A great place to bring the family out for breakfast. Chatterbox Diner offers up pancakes, waffles, and omelets.17. Denny’sAddress: 1142 Arsenal St, Watertown, NY 13601Phone number: 1 (315) 782-5765No matter the time, Denny’s will help you fill that pancake craving.Chinese Cuisine18. China KingAddress: 93 Bridge St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone number: 1 (315) 493-8868China King offers up classic Chinese cuisine with a specialty in seafood combos.19. Golden ChengAddress: 323 State St A, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-1244For authentic Chinese cuisine, you will be hard-pressed to find a better option than Golden Cheng. They serve moo shu dishes, mei fun, and a variety of combo platters with roasted pork, beef, and shrimp.Fast Food Near Fort Drum NYCoffee and Desserts20. Dairy Queen Grill & ChillAddress: 26475 Johnson Rd, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-670121. Dunkin’ DonutsAddress: 26370 US-11, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-2623Burgers and Sandwiches22. McDonald’sAddress: 7952 US-11, Calcium, NY 13616Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-407823. Wendy’sAddress: 419 State St, Watertown, NY 13601Phone Number: 1 (315) 788-9694Mexican24. Taco BellAddress: 26462 Herrick Dr, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-4290Italian Cuisine25. Arts JugAddress: 820 Huntington St, Watertown, NY 13601Phone Number: 1 (315) 782-9764Arts Jug has been family owned since 1933 and is a local favorite for Italian dishes and pizza.26. Liola’s PizzeriaAddress: 506 Alexandria St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-7575Liola’s Pizzeria does one thing but they do it well. If you are looking for a great slice, look no further.Japanese Cuisine27. Ruyi SushiAddress: 28334, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-6277Praised for their “artistic sushi,” Ruyi Sushi has a wide variety of rolls and fried rice.Korean Cuisine28. Koreana RestaurantAddress: 26216 NY-283, Watertown, NY 13601Phone Number: +1(315) 786-7830A small family-owned Korean restaurant, Koreana offers some of the best bulgogi in the area.Mexican Cuisine29. Hacienda Authentic Mexican RestaurantAddress: 821 Arsenal St, Watertown, NY 13601Phone Number: 1 (315) 608-3002Serving up authentic flavors of a variety of Mexican cuisine, Hacienda Authentic Mexican Restaurant serves chile relleno, tostadas, chalupas, and more.30. Los Compadres Mexican TaqueriaAddress: 26185 US-11 Suite #4, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-6045Whether you choose the taco platter, fajitas, or enchiladas, Los Compadres Mexican Taqueria is sure to hit the spot.31. Los Amigos Mexican RestaurantAddress: 26000 US-11 #5, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-6098The quesadillas are a crowd favorite and a great place to get tamales. Los Amigos also has a friendly staff that will treat you to a great meal and service.Thai Cuisine32. Thai Cuisine WatertownAddress: 26390 US-11, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-4408Serving a wide range of Thai plates, especially known for their curry. Thai Cuisine has a friendly staff and reasonable prices.ConclusionThese restaurants in and around Fort Drum are just a small sampling of the different eats you can enjoy in Northern New York. Undoubtedly, you will find your particular favorites as you settle into the area, and be sure to check with the locals for their favorite spots.last_img read more

Sanders statement on collapse of Republican health care bill

first_imgVermont Business Magazine Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) issued the following statement Monday evening after Sens. Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) announced they would oppose the Senate Republican bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, leaving Republicans short of enough votes to pass the legislation:”I am delighted to see that the disastrous Republican health care plan will not succeed. The American people want to proceed to health care for all, not see 22 million Americans thrown off of the health care they currently have. This is a great victory for the millions of Americans who stood up and fought back against this dangerous legislation.”Source: WASHINGTON, July 17, 2017 – Senator Bernie Sanderslast_img read more

Tri Expo in Manchester aims to be bigger and better in…

first_imgTri Expo, which runs alongside Swim Expo, Bike Expo and Run Expo, on 18-20 March 2016 at EventCity in Manchester, is being positioned as a festival of triathlon. The consumer expo features… ‘the latest gear and equipment on the market, live coaching demos and seminars, indoor racing, celebrity guest appearances, exclusive show offers and giveaways, and much more.’The show organiser, Hamerville Media Group, hopes to deliver a show to cater for all abilities. In 2016, the expo will once again feature a busy schedule of interactive coaching seminars, enabling visitors to learn from some of the best coaches in the business. At the 2016 event, Clif Bar will be presenting a seminar on sports nutrition, which ‘promises to be a great source of information for triathletes of all abilities.’The main stage at 2016’s event will again be hosted by Mark Foster, former World Champion swimmer turned TV commentator. Mark will be sharing his wealth of knowledge and introducing special guests, including IRONMAN athlete Joe Skipper, World Duathlon Bronze Medallist Mark Buckingham and 2012 Olympian, Lucy Hall.The organizers add that, ‘Perhaps the most exciting addition to the 2016 expo is an indoor 800m racing track, which will play host to a series of cycling and running races throughout the three-day event.’The programme of bike racing includes an elite race, men’s cat 1-3, corporate challenges, and a junior race; while the running event, in association with Events of the North (a company run by Steve Cram), will see ‘thousands of runners take on the iconic one mile distance on the track which snakes around the Expo halls.’A release from Hamerville notes that the 2016 show looks set to be ‘bigger and better than ever before, with a larger audience than last year expected, as well as an increase in the number of local club athletes.’ Hamerville adds that the addition of the indoor track and racing events will ‘ensure an even larger captive audience of discerning triathletes, cyclists and runners.’www.triexpo.co.uk Relatedlast_img read more

RIESTER HQ moves to the Camelback Corridor

first_imgRIESTER moved its offices to a more spacious and centrally situated building in the Phoenix-metro area. ‘RIESTER on Camelback’ is located at 3344 E. Camelback Road and marks a new era for the Firm that formerly operated for more than 18 years from two adjacent buildings in the Roosevelt Historic District.RIESTER’s move was made possible by the commercial real estate work of Michael R. McQuaid of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank who found a roomier and more modern workspace for RIESTER to acquire.RIESTER is fast approaching the beginning of its third decade in business, founded by President and CEO, Tim Riester.“Entrepreneurship provides many memorable moments, but this has to be among our finest.  We are incredibly excited to provide our clients and staff with this new, thought-provoking environment to create extremely effective advertising campaigns. We are ready for a productive inaugural week with an already booked calendar of meetings in our new ‘digs’ and we look forward to welcoming our clients and marketing industry partners,” Riester said.RIESTER’s two-story building has prominent views of Piestewa Peak to the north and Camelback Mountain to the east. It showcases original artwork from RIESTER co-owner, Chief Creative Officer and artist Tom Ortega.The interior, designed by RIESTER co-owner and Chief Strategic Officer Mirja Riester with assistance from the architectural firm Krause Interiors, was constructed by Reliance Build, Inc. and features an area called Campaign Corner with walls and floors made of dry erase board material.There is a ThinkSpace furnished with a modern interpretation of a classroom size chalkboard. RIESTERcafe was fashioned as a social media real-time monitoring and rapid response environment.  Research and development will continue to flow in RIESTER’s new Test Kitchen that was created for the Firm’s grocery products clients, as well as the reinvented Focus Group and Observation Rooms. There is a mini dog park for the Firm’s iconic visitors, a place for checking out RIESTER community bicycles and even a private exercise recovery room equipped with a spa-like shower.last_img read more

Solar farm in Guyana to be commissioned soon

first_img Oct 2, 2020 Oct 5, 2020 “The system is a hybrid system whereby during the day when the sun is up the whole town would be powered by the solar farm. Solar is intermittent so therefore, you may be having a 100 percent solar, then a cloud passes over and you drop from 100 to 80 percent. On a cloudy or overcast day, the difference between what the solar power is producing and what the town needs will have to be augmented by the generator,” Minister Patterson related. Read more at: Department of Public Information Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Oct 15, 2020 IN FOCUS: Defining Guyana’s role in CARICOM Energy thrustGuyana is firmly committed to pursuing the path of renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE), and has taken initiatives that testify to that obligation. The country has embraced the concept of a Green Economy, which is intended to provide a holistic, integrated approach to national development. This encompasses areas…December 30, 2016In “CARICOM”CARICOM Secretariat launches solar project for Headquarter’s BuildingA project that will see the CARICOM Secretariat’s Headquarters Building in Georgetown, Guyana generating 100 percent of its electricity needs through a Photovoltaic Power Generation System was launched with a sod-turning ceremony on Monday. The Project, being funded by the Government of Japan, will include: Installation of 400 kilowatt of…January 20, 2020In “CARICOM”CARICOM, GPL join Guyana Solar ChallengeSolar Head of State (SHOS) and the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN) are pleased to announce the new partnership with Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC), Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN), CARICOM, Guyana Power and Light (GPL), MPC Capital, Guyana Ministry of Environment, Public Service International (PSI), and Guyana Energy Agency (GEA)…October 7, 2019In “Business”Share this on WhatsApp Two Major Leaps Towards a Climate Resilient, Emission-Free… center_img (Department of Public Information) Very soon, residents of Mabaruma, Region One (in Guyana) will benefit from an improved power supply when the new solar farm is added to the generation mix. The construction and installation of the $264Million solar farm is now complete and the contractor is currently completing work on the automatic switching from the generator to the solar farm. Speaking with the Department of Public Information (DPI), Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson said the automatic switching from the solar power to the generator during cloudy days or during the rainy season is not ready as yet. Find Way for Private Sector to Assume Role as Jobs Generator… Related Posts Standards, Codes Critical to CARICOM Energy Sector… last_img read more

Accessory Apartments On The Table

first_imgSouthampton Town leaders have been talking about the need to provide more affordable housing for years. On Thursday, June 7, as the town board took its first look at legislation that would ease restrictions on affordable accessory apartments, especially in areas with higher real estate values, board members learned it could be a little more difficult than they at first thought.“The thing we all agree on is we have a crisis,” said Supervisor Jay Schneiderman, who made increasing the number of affordable accessory apartments a priority shortly after taking office in 2016. “There is this clock ticking, and as that clock ticks, more people are leaving our community.”A law currently on the books allows property owners who have at least three-quarters of an acre to apply for an accessory apartment through a permitting process. In the 18 years that law has been in effect, only 352 accessory apartments have been created — and those apartments are not subject to any price controls, town Planning and Land Use Administrator Kyle Collins told the board.Under a new proposal that was presented by Assistant Town Attorney Kara Bak and Housing and Community Development Director Diana Weir, the town would allow properties as small as 15,000 square feet to be eligible for an accessory apartment with the caveat that landlords would have to enroll them in the town’s affordable housing program and cap rents based on federal guidelines.The restrictions would only be eased in hamlets where the median home price was higher than the townwide median price.That element of the law immediately drew the objection of Councilwoman Christine Scalera, the sole Republican on the board, who questioned whether limiting affordable rentals to only those areas with higher property values would violate federal fair housing standards.Although Bak said the legislation was aiming to promote affordable housing in the eastern half of town, where it is needed the most, Scalera asked, “Can you do that in a constitutional way?”Scalera said she was also concerned that easing the lot-size restriction for accessory apartments could open the door to a flood of applications because, she said, it could make up to 9000 lots in town eligible. “It’s a truly significant increase in density, a downzoning,” she said.She also questioned how the town, which she said already has problems enforcing the code, would be able to keep up with the new demand on its resources.When Scalera suggested that Hampton Bays is “already overrun” by illegal apartments, Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni accused her of exaggerating. “Watch your rhetoric,” he said.Although Schiavoni said he had some concerns with the impact of accessory apartments on neighbors, and suggested the town might want to create a review board to oversee the permitting practice, he said there was a clear need for more affordable housing. “Let’s not let perfect get in the way of good,” he said.The supervisor also disagreed with Scalera’s take, arguing that her figures were “grossly inflated,” although she stood by her numbers. He also disputed her contention that the law would violate fair housing standards, arguing that it is intended to target an imbalance that currently has most of the town’s affordable housing concentrated west of the Shinnecock Canal.The proposed law could be amended, Schneiderman added, to limit the number of permits that could be given in any year to 25 or 50. If the town board didn’t like the way the program was working, it could simply refuse to issue more permits,” he said.Councilwoman Julie Lofstad said even though the current law would not include Hampton Bays there may be people living in that hamlet who might want to take advantage of a such a program to be able to stay in their homes. The town has to be ready to hire more code enforcement officers to conduct inspections, she added.Councilman John Bouvier supported the measure, but said the town needs to also to look at the need to provide housing for seasonal workers.He added that if board members are concerned about code enforcement, they could require that inspections be conducted with each two-year lease and possibly catch problems before they grow too serious.The board asked Bak and Weir to continue working on the law and agreed to discuss it again at a future work session.sjkotz@indyeastend.com Sharelast_img read more

Kier and the C-word

first_imgGet your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Subscribe now for unlimited access To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Stay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our communitylast_img read more

Focus launch set for 2020

first_imgJacques Stoof, Mammoet’s director of innovation and market development explained that the main boom is erected vertically with the help of a climbing frame. Once the main boom is in place, the back mast can be installed vertically as well.“This eliminates the need to sterilize larger parts of a plant area for crane assembly. Neither is there any more need to build over live pipe racks in a plant. All in all, the assembly process is less complex, safer and more efficient, and significantly reduces the costly area and downtime of assembling a crane,” he said.The Focus crane’s upper structure is placed on a pedestal, which enhances stability and lowers ground bearing pressures to less than 10 tons (9.07 tonnes) per sq m on a surface of just 30 m x 30 m.The first Focus crane will be available in the second quarter of 2020. www.mammoet.comlast_img read more

Urgent costs reviews if hourly rates are cut

first_imgCuts to paralegals’ guideline hourly rates (GHR), reported by the Gazette last week, will prompt an urgent review of law firms’ approach to costs and staffing, leading practitioners predicted this week.John Bramhall (pictured), president of the 1,500-member London Solicitors Litigation Association, told the Gazette that if the rates involve substantial reductions for paralegals, ‘the current drive to hire paralegals in place of more qualified staff may be brought to a swift halt’.GHRs apply to summary judgment for the purposes of recovery of costs from the losing party in civil litigation. The rates are also used much more widely because of their acceptance by the courts.‘Many use the GHR as a failsafe,’ Sue Nash, chair of the Association of Costs Lawyers, said. A change in the rates ‘should encourage firms to look more closely at expense rates’.Richard Burcher, chairman of pricing and costs consultants Burcher Jennings, was critical of the principles used to reach guideline rates. ‘I continue to be dismayed at the simplistic, clumsy, myopic and one-dimensional approach that continues to be taken to this issue,’ he said.A ‘clear articulation of the need to take a granular and nuanced approach to pricing legal work and not simply rely on time billing’ is, Burcher urged, available in the principles set out in Civil Procedure Rule 44.4 and The Solicitors (Non-Contentious Business) Remuneration Order 2009.Burcher said that both could help by ‘determining what constitutes a fair and reasonable fee from the point of view of both the client and the practitioner’.Master of the rolls Lord Dyson is expected to make a decision on the rates, based on the report of a Civil Justice Council committee, shortly.last_img read more

Sequans’ IoT Module Validated to Operate on Deutsche Telekom’s Network in Germany

first_imgSequans Communications has announced that its dual-mode LTE-M/NB-IoT Monarch chip and a Monarch-based module, GM01Q, have been certified for LTE-M on Deutsche Telekom’s network in Germany. The certification means that IoT devices built using the Monarch or the Monarch GM01Q module will interoperate with Deutsche Telekom’s networks and can be used to enable LTE-M low power, wide area devices such as tracking, sensing, and monitoring devices in numerous industries including energy, smart home, smart city, agriculture, and transportation.Sequans’ Monarch GM01Q module consists of Sequans’ Monarch LTE-M/NB-IoT chip and all other elements necessary for a complete LTE modem system. These include an LTE-optimized transceiver, a complete Single SKU RF front-end to support LTE bands worldwide, and key interfaces, all in a single compact LGA package. Monarch GM01Q provides full support for power-saving mode (PSM) and extended discontinuous reception (eDRX) to enable the long battery life needed by many IoT use cases, and it provides the enhanced coverage modes that extend coverage for deep-indoor and remote deployments. Monarch GM01Q features Sequans’ proprietary dynamic power management technology that enables industry-leading, rock bottom low power consumption of 1 microamp.Monarch is now certified by many carriers worldwide and their customers will benefit from this proven maturity as they build low power IoT devices for global use. Also the certification of the Monarch GM01Q module, which includes an LTE-optimized transceiver and a Single-SKU RF front end, further accelerates the time to market for new IoT devices.Sequans’ Monarch provides full support for power-saving mode (PSM) and extended discontinuous reception (eDRX) to enable the long battery life needed by many IoT use cases, and it provides the enhanced coverage modes defined in the standard that extend coverage for deep-indoor and remote deployments. Monarch supports advanced features, including proprietary dynamic power management technology enabling battery life of 10+ years that allow Sequans’ Monarch GM01Q to be an all-in-one, single-mode LTE-M module with worldwide deployment and roaming capability. Monarch GM01Q is compatible with any host running Linux or Windows, and a wide range of embedded and real-time operating systems. Monarch and Monarch-based modules are certified all over the world, including the USA, Europe, Asia, and Australia.last_img read more