Monday, May 18, 2009

Ep. 34 - Ithaca Taste of the Nation and Lunch at Hope's Way

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It's almost time for one of the biggest annual foodie events in town, the Ithaca Taste of the Nation tasting dinner featuring 50 top restaurants and wineries from all around the region. We're talking with the man behind the scenes, Jerry Dietz, about just what makes this event so important.

Want to know what's new at the Ithaca Farmers' Market? We're visiting the booths of more great vendors. And in our latest restaurant review we're heading to lunch at Hope's Way at the Triphammer Mall to see how it stacks up to the competition.

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Anonymous said...

I recently had a nice liverwurst sandwich at Hope's Way. What are people's opinions of the best liverwurstwich in Ithaca? (I don't believe I've tried another in Ithaca yet.)

BTW, it appears that Tio Tomas is no longer at the Farmers' Market. He's downtown next to Lou's Hot Dogs now on Tuesday-Saturday (but not during the Ithaca Festival).

Anonymous said...

You tweeted:
Anyone know of a good burgers/hot dogs/ice cream kind of takeout place near Ithaca? I'm talking food too, not just ice cream (via @ICchris)I think you just defined the Shortstop Deli! :-) My personal choice, though, would be the combination of Big Al's and Dolce Delight, on opposite corners of King and Danby Roads, atop South Hill.



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