Ithaca Dining From 14850 Magazine

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Synopsis

Let us whet your appetite with the 14850 Dining Report, a weekly look at eateries and food-related topics in and around Ithaca and Tompkins County.

Episodes

  • Last day for iconic Collegetown Bagels is on Friday the 29th

    Last day for iconic Collegetown Bagels is on Friday the 29th

    23/05/2020 Duration: 01min

    Ithaca’s iconic Collegetown Bagels opened on College Avenue in 1976 and moved to its current corner in the ’90s, and just over four months after we learned Collegetown Bagels would be moving, owner Gregar Brous says the final day at the old location will be Friday, May 29th. CTB is moving across the street into the ground-floor retail space in Sheldon Court. Last day for iconic Collegetown Bagels is on Friday the 29th Subscribe to the 14850 Dining Podcast in iTunes or Google Play, RadioPublic, or RSS Feed, or follow 14850 Dining on Facebook and Twitter or sign up for our newsletter.

  • Tompkins County area farmers markets focus on fresh food

    Tompkins County area farmers markets focus on fresh food

    12/05/2020 Duration: 02min

    This week, we’re out buying some fresh local food at the Tompkins County area’s farmers markets. Normally by this point in the spring we’d have three, four, even five days a week of farmers markets around the county, in Downtown Ithaca, in Trumansburg, on the Cornell campus, as well as at Steamboat Landing. Tompkins County area farmers markets focus on fresh food Subscribe to the 14850 Dining Podcast in iTunes or Google Play, RadioPublic, or RSS Feed, or follow 14850 Dining on Facebook and Twitter or sign up for our newsletter.

  • The era of takeout beer, wine, and cocktails is here

    The era of takeout beer, wine, and cocktails is here

    05/05/2020 Duration: 01min

    One of the unexpected consequences of all food service moving to takeout and delivery is that restaurants are now allowed to offer takeout and delivery beer, wine, and cocktails! It’s New York State’s nod to the fact that many restaurants make the most profit when they sell you a drink with your meal. But it means as long as you’re buying food, the restaurant can sell you a bottle or growler of beer, a glass or a bottle of wine, a bloody mary with brunch, or that Taco Tuesday margarita you’ve been looking forward to.

  • Turning to the comfort food of brunch, weekend or not

    Turning to the comfort food of brunch, weekend or not

    28/04/2020 Duration: 01min

    This week 14850 Dining is looking around Ithaca and Tompkins County at the most comfort food focused of meals: brunch! We always love brunch on the weekends, but we’re glad to say there’s no need to limit yourself to weekends, especially when we could all use a little extra comfort food.

  • Sushi and Sundaes as some Ithaca area eateries reopen

    Sushi and Sundaes as some Ithaca area eateries reopen

    21/04/2020 Duration: 02min

    A few Ithaca area eateries are reopening this month or trying new things after closing in mid March. In between our home cooking experiments, it’s good to try some comfort takeout food from some of our favorite local eateries.

  • How you do your takeout and delivery matters to local businesses

    How you do your takeout and delivery matters to local businesses

    14/04/2020 Duration: 02min

    We’re taking a look this week at the different approaches available for food takeout and delivery. Most of us are eating pretty much every meal at home, and even those doing lots of cooking are taking the opportunity to mix it up with some takeout here and there. We’re going to start by suggesting that if you can pick up the food yourself or the restaurant does its own delivery, ordering directly from them means they earn the most money. How you do your takeout and delivery matters to local businesses Subscribe to the 14850 Dining Podcast in iTunes or Google Play, RadioPublic, or RSS Feed, or follow 14850 Dining on Facebook and Twitter or sign up for our newsletter.

  • Easter and Passover this week will be a bit different than usual

    Easter and Passover this week will be a bit different than usual

    07/04/2020 Duration: 02min

    As many families spend more time at home this spring, we’re all figuring out how we’re observing Passover and Easter this year, a little bit differently than usual. Easter and Passover this week will be a bit different than usual Subscribe to the 14850 Dining Podcast in iTunes or Google Play, RadioPublic, or RSS Feed, or follow 14850 Dining on Facebook and Twitter or sign up for our newsletter.

  • Grocery options you may not think of for cooking at home

    Grocery options you may not think of for cooking at home

    31/03/2020 Duration: 01min

    This week, 14850 Dining is taking a look at what more and more people are doing this spring -- eating at home! And some of the grocery options you may not be thinking of.

  • Eateries either closing or scrambling to offer takeout and delivery

    Eateries either closing or scrambling to offer takeout and delivery

    23/03/2020 Duration: 02min

    Restaurants in Ithaca and Tompkins County are adapting as many community members stay home, as the area deals with the need to slow the spread of the Novel Coronavirus and cases of COVID-19.

  • Curbside pickup or touchless delivery, tip well as eateries adapt

    Curbside pickup or touchless delivery, tip well as eateries adapt

    15/03/2020 Duration: 02min

    Restaurants in Ithaca and Tompkins County are adapting as many community members stay home, out of necessity or preference, as the area deals with the need to slow the spread of the Novel Coronavirus and cases of COVID-19. Some are doing away with dine-in seating, or reducing their capacities, and others are offering curbside pickup for takeout customers or delivery options that don’t require a face-to-face interaction. Curbside pickup or touchless delivery, tip well as eateries adapt Subscribe to the 14850 Dining Podcast in iTunes or Google Play, RadioPublic, or RSS Feed, or follow 14850 Dining on Facebook and Twitter or sign up for our newsletter.

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