Latitude: 43.08456 to 43.12746
Longitude: -75.1885 to -75.23508
Area code(s): 315
Zip Code(s): 13501, 13502, 13503, 13504, 13505, 13599
Pubs & Bars
Utica has a wide variety of bars, with many of the most popular being in the Varick St area of downtown. Although popular with residents year round, expect the bars around Varick St to be particularly crowded during Saranac Thursdays.
Varick St Bars
• The Electric Company 700 Varick Street 792-9271
• Matt Brewery Varick Street 732-0022
• Shamrock Pub 601 Varick Street
• Stiefvater Room 618 Varick Street
• Varick 616 More...
Utica is a city in the Mohawk Valley region of New York in the United States of America.
Utica is a city in Oneida County. It is the county seat. The community is in the Eastern Standard time zone. The latitude of Utica is 43.100N. The longitude is -75.233W. The estimated population, in 2003, was 59,485. Population density in Utica at the time of the 2000 census was 3,710 people per square mile. Median household income was $24,916. Utica is on the Mohawk River. The community was named after city More...
Utica College offers a wide range of academic programs, excellent faculty, and diversity of a large university, while at the same time providing students with the low faculty-to-student ratio and individual attention of a small college. Founded by Syracuse University in 1946, Utica College continues to grant the Syracuse University bachelor's degree in areas such as health care, criminal justice, public relations, journalism, business, and the liberal arts. UC also offers the Utica More...
The Children's Museum of History, Natural History, Science & Technology
Central New York's only Children's Museum is permanently chartered by the Board of Regents of New York State. We are located in the historic Main Street district of downtown Utica between majestic Union Station and Bagg's Square Memorial Park. The location, near the ancient fording place of the Mohawk River and the sites of Old Forts Schuyler and Stanwix, houses the only permanent exhibit of the history and origins of More...