Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Ep. 51: Wining and Dining

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We're talking about two great things that go great together in this episode of our podcast. First we're off to Six Mile Creek Vineyard, the only Finger Lakes winery actually located in Ithaca, to chat with winemaker Paul King about his work and find out what makes their wines and spirits unique.

Then we continue eating our way through every restaurant in Ithaca from A-Z, this time heading up South Hill for dinner at John Thomas Steakhouse, a restaurant like no other in town. It's a high-calorie episode, so chew slowly and enjoy every bite!

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When you go back to missed restaurants after the "J's", I hope you include "Castaways". Ralph Moss serves his famous BBQ there on Wednesdays (after 5 p.m.). He's only there in the summer, though, so you might not get there in time this year, given that you're now on a once-monthly schedule. For information on what they're serving, see the
Ralph's Ribs facebook page.

Tip: I'd go there on a week when they're serving the collard greens, with cornbread. As I told Dave, they're GREAT!



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