Can you guess the most famous waterfront restaurant among SUNY Oswego alumni and students?
- Its logo was created in 1980 by the owner’s then 13-year-old daughter.
- It is now in the third generation of Livesey family owner/operation, and the fourth generation has already started in the stockrooms.
- Its owners believe in pursuing ways to reuse-reduce-recycle, and sell 100% of its used cooking oil for refinement
- Customers are invited to skip stones at its waterfront. But you might want to avoid feeding the gulls.
If you haven’t guessed yet, it’s time for you to return to campus and have one of Rudy’s Lakeside platters!
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