All over the nation, people are savoring the unofficial end of summer with Labor Day cookouts and barbecues.
Applebee’s, in Painted Post, is serving free food for kids under 10 years old. However, some local people in the area like to lean toward barbecue staples.
“I think Labor Day Weekend is an end of the summer party, and you should be with your family and friends and have picnics and hike — with food, it’s hot dogs, hamburgers, macaroni salad, potato salad, you know, some treats, and that’s it!” Gayla Rounds, a resident of Addison, said.
“My son and I are great meat eaters because I have gluten allergies and dairy allergies, so we’re going to a restaurant where all they serve is meat, mainly, and I’ll have pork, and I’ll have chicken, and I’ll have beef, and I’ll be in heaven, I love it,” Connie Antoniades, a lifelong resident of Corning said.
Whether barbecues or restaurants are preferred, there are plenty of options to choose from.