Welcome to Central New York’s Dining Mecca! Ithaca and its surroundings reportedly have the most restaurants per capita of any area in the United States. We’re not surprised! But we’re pleased to say that food in this area excels in quality, not just quantity.
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This week, 14850 Dining pays a return visit to Agava Restaurant on Ithaca’s East Hill. Open just over five years, Agava offers southwest-inspired fare in rustic [...]
This week, we're darting up Route 89 to the Glenwood Pines, overlooking Cayuga Lake. We've talked about the famous Pinesburger, and another favorite is their fish fry, but believe it or not, the Pines has more than these two items available. [...]
It's been 40 years since Mollie Katzen's “Moosewood Cookbook” took the revolutionary ideas of a natural food eatery and put vegetarian cooking on America's dinner plate, and this week, Ithaca's Moosewood restaurant celebrates the release of an all-new cookbook. [...]
There's a Chicken Fried Tuesday every week at Maxie's Supper Club, but some Tuesdays, the popular restaurant dedicates the night to raising funds for a specific cause. This week, $5 from each special sold will be donated to the State Theatre of Ithaca. [...]
Old Mexico opened in Ithaca almost exactly two years ago, and this week 14850 Dining has the word on a new Old Mexico Express location on East Hill. They opened for lunch today. [...]
People who avoid gluten may have thought pizza was out of reach, but Ithaca's Papa John's Pizza is one of a few spots in town offering an alternative to traditional crust. [...]
This week, 14850 Dining is checking out the fresh fruit ready for the pickin' at Littletree Orchards. Right down the road from Ithaca in Newfield, Littletree is open Thursday through Monday each week through October, and sells at area farmers markets, as well. [...]
This week, we're celebrating the first anniversary of Simeon's reopening in Downtown Ithaca. The iconic corner restaurant reopened last August just over two years after a tragic accident forced them to close. [...]
The Bickering Twins host weekly taco nights around Ithaca, and this Thursday’s taco night at The Loft in Collegetown doubles as a fundraiser for a non-profit Ithaca news organization, our friends at The Ithaca Voice. [...]
When you're a big university with your very own dairy plant, you can make a special ice cream for every occasion, and Cornell has a new one to celebrate today's inauguration of Martha E. Pollack. “Martha's Bits & Bytes” will be scooped up at today's festivities. [...]