Monday, June 15, 2009

Ep. 36 - End of an Era for Ithaca Dining

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When it was announced earlier this year that the ABC Cafe would be closing its doors on June 21st, a many Ithacans began making plans to make the most of its final days. We sit down with this beloved restaurant's owner, Ken Hallett, to hear more about why he's decided it's time to move on.

But ABC Cafe isn't the only prominent dining option we're losing this month, and we'll talk about the closing of Willow in Fall Creek, and the Queen of Tarts on East Hill.

We also are checking out what's new at the Ithaca Farmers' Market, and we've got dining reviews for the Green Cafe in Collegetown and The Corners Deli in Cayuga Heights.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ichabod's Lounge next time, eh? I just hope there's no occasion for a Topless Body in Headless Bar headline! ;-)

P.S. I think there's a new "H" you might want to visit, "Hog's Back BBQ"


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