A city in Central New York. A very diverse area- full of Italians, Polish, and refuges. To many outsiders it is a run down, and awful area. In fact, the Utica area is full of things to do and has great character. Some areas are run down, but others are full of life. The area is known for its great food. tomato pie, half moons, and chicken riggies. Many fantastic cafés with delectable pastry’s are popular in the area, and are typically buzzing with customers. Home to the FX Matt Brewery (Saranac Brewery).
Hey, wanna go to Utica?

Sure. We can go get some tomoato pie and half moons while we're there.
Por Luminosityxxx 04 de abril de 2009
The city that God forgot
This city sucks, it reminds me of Utica
Por bort 15 de abril de 2005
A shithole. Located right in the middle of New York State and centrally located 5 hours away from 3 major cities (just far enough to be out of reach). Most people living there are either retarded or want to get the hell out. Did I mention it sucks?
Winter's in Utica are proof that hell freezes over
Por Nasty Nate 28 de febrero de 2005
Like being dead, but without the fun.
"I died and went to Utica."

"Utica failed in its bid to be twinned with Pluto"
Por Uncle Des 25 de noviembre de 2009
Often thought of as New York State's Worst City. Debatable, but certainly not out of the realm of possibility. City of about 52,000. Incredibly lame. Often, the people there have an ironic attachment to their dead city. No jobs at all. No skyline. People there don't seem to like to read, either because their library is open for maybe 10 hours each week.
"Dude, can we stop in Utica so I can get some insulin?"

"I'm afraid not. Utica is a shithole and it is better for you to die than go to Utica."

"You're right."
Por KirkCameron 26 de mayo de 2006
A dying city in upstate New York's rust belt, situated in the verdant Mohawk Valley, just south of Adirondack Park. Utica has a significant population of Italian and Polish Americans and has recently seen a substantial influx of Bosnian immigrants, who have injected a semblance of economic vigor and opportunity to the city. Mouseketeer Annette Funicello was born in Utica. She got out young.
Utica: at least it's not Sarajevo!
Por jk64jk 26 de julio de 2006
Small, once promising Upstate New York City. Now looks like missile testing grounds. Home of the original "Big wig" wanna-bes and wacky, limp politicians that trade offices every election. Site of corruption and future massive power line. Using plywood as window dressing is catching on, as well as being almost totaly jobless.
"Utica is relatively equivelent to a banana republic, DON'T move there and if you must drive by on the New York State Thruway, roll up your windows, Close heater/air vents, and lock the doors.
A city in Central New York.

Summers are marked by hot, humid weather; winters by ice, snow that never melts, and -20 degree (F) weather.

Despite its lack of distinguishing features, Utica has several upsides:

1. The recent host of the Simple Plan, Good Charlotte & Reliant K "Noise to the World" Tour
2. The KRock-athon, an annual summer event inviting many of the hottest rock bands for an all day event
3. The Boilermaker, a summer race that attracts hundreds of people world-wide.

When any of these events are not taking place, though, Utica remains just another dusty city that America forgot.
Most, if not all people, want to leave it.
Dude, let's go to Utica!

...No.
Por Seshennu 24 de mayo de 2005

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