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 share the news that Hal's Deli will close this spring after 56 years in Downtown Ithaca. The eatery on Restaurant Row has offered inexpensive breakfasts and overstuffed sandwiches to countless generations of students and locals. [read more...]
Western New York has known the joys of a DiBella's sandwich for almost a century, and now that Ithaca has its very own DiBella's Submarines, we can enjoy those great sandwiches right here. The family business that started in Rochester is now on Route 13 in Ithaca's southwest. [read more...]
This week we're at Due Amici Ristorante on the Ithaca Commons. This new pizzeria also offers Italian and middle eastern dishes with a Moroccan flair. [read more...]
A web contest to pick the best diner across three regions of New York leaves out Ithaca gems like the Lincoln Street Diner and State Diner, but there are Montour Falls and Watkins Glen spots to vote for. [read more...]
This week, we're back at Mix Social Dining in Ithaca's southwest. We first wrote last February about this new spot where Lucatelli's closed three years ago, and Mix, which opened in August, offers a sharable, social approach to its menu. [read more...]
The 19th annual Downtown Ithaca Chili Cook-Off is sure to draw crowds to the Ithaca Commons tomorrow, but there's a free “Anti Capitalist Chili Fest” this year, too. [read more...]
Western New Yorkers and others who like great sandwiches can rejoice! DiBella's Subs is opening in Ithaca's southwest on February 16. [read more...]
This week, 14850 Dining is checking out Cornell University’s newly certified gluten-free dining room at Risley Hall. Cornell is hosting a grand reopening at Risley Dining this Thursday night. The serving line at Risley Dining Room. Photo provided. According to Cornell Dining, they’ve [read more...]
This week, we’re celebrating Taco Tuesday at the Bickering Twins pop-up dinners at the Lincoln Street Diner. They first tried it last August, then went weekly in September, and now they’ve added Thursday and Saturday taco nights at the Carriage House Café. A crowded Lincoln Street [read more...]
This week we're back in Ithaca's west end visiting The Rook. Open just over a year, the Rook has “new American” bistro fare and excellent cocktails five days a week. [read more...]
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