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Dining & Desserts

We have a little bit of everything near Skaneateles Inn.  And everything else is a short drive away!  

Places to eat

Auntie Anne's

Auntie Anne's was opened in the year of 1988 when a woman named Anne Beiler bought a stand at a Pennsylvania farmer's market. After a little bit of experimentation, Anne was able to create the Auntie Anne's that we know today. If you haven't visited Auntie Anne's before you are missing out.

The place serves pretzel sliders like the Chicken bacon ranch pretzel slider which is a soft pretzel bun layered with grilled chicken breast, bacon, provolone cheese, and of course ranch. They also have the Chicken BBQ slider melt, which is a soft pretzel bun layered with grilled chicken breast, cheddar cheese, and BBQ sauce. They also have pretzel buckets that have bite-size soft pretzels with flavors of original, cinnamon sugar, pepperoni, and mini dogs bucket.

There is also their great collection of soft pretzels starting with the original. They also have cinnamon sugar, sweet almond, sour cream & onion, roasted garlic & parmesan, pepperoni, jalapeno, and raisin soft pretzels. If you don't want the traditional pretzels try out the pretzel dogs, like the original pretzel dog, cheese pretzel dog, jalapeno & cheese pretzel dog and mini dog pretzels.  

Auntie Anne's also has some great drinks to choose from like the original lemonade. They have lemonade mixers made with fun flavors like blue raspberry, cherry or mango. Try the frozen lemonade mixers which are the same lemonade mixers but frozen of course. They also offer lemonade iced tea, regular iced tea, coca-cola products and of course dr pepper.