A family restaurant called 2 Forks Up opened in Getzville the week before Thanksgiving.
The building, at 3175 Millersport Highway, was formerly the Getzville Grille, and before that, DACC’s. The first day was Nov. 20, said Al Green, the general manager.
It’s the first restaurant for owner William Podgurski, a longtime chef, Green said.
“It’s casual family dining, but not just bar food,” Green said. “We have steaks, roast chicken, seafood.” Where DACC’s was fine dining and Getzville Grill was more bar food, "we’re trying to land in between, so we can cater to both sides that are familiar with the building.”
Appetizers ($6.75-$9.50) include calamari, bruschetta and roasted garlic bulbs with goat cheese. There’s burgers, including a salmon version, wings, beef on weck, and entrees ($9.50-$27.95) from vegetarian lasagna to a ribeye steak with mashed potatoes and asparagus.
The restaurant will serve lunch and dinner every day but Monday. It has about 48 seats, and a full bar.