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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Here at 14850 Dining, we like to say that Ithaca and its surroundings have the most restaurants per capita of any area in the United States. Every year about this time, we know people are looking around and wondering where to eat. We have some ideas! [...]
This week, 14850 Dining is on the Finger Lakes Wine Trail, stopping for a bite at the world’s tiniest rail car diner. The Black Diamond Diner on Route 89 is a hot dog [...]
We wrote in February about the new Mix Social Dining, opening where Lucatelli's closed three years ago, and we can finally tell you it's time for the restaurant to open! Mix officially opens its doors to the public this Friday, August 5th. [...]
When you think of “college food” you may think of pizza and wings, and of course Ithaca has plenty of pizza and wings. But Collegetown Bagels gets the nod from Huffington Post as one of the “most iconic college town food joints” in America. [...]
See what happened in Ithaca this week when a customer approached Lona Cakes to provide some Pokemon-themed cupcakes to go along with the current craze? [...]
The nominations are in, and it's time to vote for the best burger in each of three “regions” of Upstate New York. Two Ithaca favorites, the Glenwood Pines and Ithaca Ale House, are among the semifinalists for Central New York. [...]
Do you have a favorite burger in Ithaca? The Ithaca Ale House hopes you'll say it's theirs, and they're asking fans to nominate them for “best burger in Upstate New York.” [...]
Grab the clan and spend the evening by the lake as the Ithaca Farmers Market kicks off its inaugural season of Thursday “night market” at Steamboat Landing tonight. It's the first of eight Thursday night markets for the season. [...]
Eateries on Ithaca's east hill, especially in Collegetown, are used to an annual summer drop in student business, but this summer a crazy array of road closures is keeping many community members from other parts of town from coming in for a meal. [...]
A couple dozen eateries in and around Ithaca are offering small bites so you can try their offerings, including appetizers, tapas, drinks, or mini versions of popular menu items. Each bite is just five bucks. [...]