2The Colden Mill Restaurant was re-opened September 24th, 2013 under the new management of co-owners Chuck Morlock and Executive Chef Matt Webb. Both born and raised in Hamburg, NY, the two set out to bring back this long forgotten gem, which was originally opened in 1983. A rustic atmosphere, paired with a chef prepared and uniquely presented meal, always give the guests something to talk about. A scenic drive to the country setting The Colden Mill calls home, is only the first step in a dining experience not soon forgotten.

3Once a feed mill dating back to the early 1800’s, the rough cut beam construction highlights the atmosphere when guests walk through the door. Decorated with antiques, art from local artists, and machinery once used when the mill was still in operation, the restaurant emits an almost museum like quality. White linen topped tables, mason jar chandeliers, copper pipe conduit, and a wood burning stove also add to the cozy, “country class” feeling you get while here.

20160728_202703The Colden Mill offers two separate banquet rooms which can be reserved for private parties or special events 7 days a week. The Danielson Room on the first floor, can accommodate parties of up to 50 guests, while the Wohlhueter Room on the second floor can accommodate up to 80 guests. The Wohlhueter Room overlooks the town, and is a full service banquet room offering private coatroom, restrooms, and fully stocked bar.

Weather permitting, The Colden Mill also offers one of the region’s best outdoor seating areas. Enjoy dinner and one of our homemade desserts under a canopy of trees which covers the deck, and overlooks Cazenovia Creek. Flower boxes are adorned with plants and flowers which keep the bugs at bay in the summer months.