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, we’re checking out Old Mexico Restaurant and Cantina on Route 13 in Ithaca’s southwest. This family-owned Mexican restaurant and cantina offers Mexican fare such as tacos and burritos, fajitas, soups and salads, seafood, vegetarian fare, and a full bar with generous [read more...]
Fifteen years feels like forever, but it also feels like just yesterday. Fifteen years ago tomorrow, Andy Castrenze died. The longtime owner of Andy's 3rd Street Cafe passed away just a few months after his eponymous restaurant closed. [read more...]
Happy 50th birthday to the Lincoln Street Diner, which opened in its current Fall Creek location in 1964 as Mae’s Diner. It also used to be Bud’s Diner, and Ziffy’s, and with breakfast and lunch Monday through Saturday, it’s a perfect place for a quick but hot lunch on a [read more...]
Bob Petrillose, the legendary founder of the Hot Truck, passed away last night after a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. Credited with inventing the French Bread Pizza concept and licensing the idea to Stouffer’s decades ago, Petrillose and his wife opened their food-service truck [read more...]
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