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All that Naples has to offer

Good wine, food, waterfalls, and people. What more do you need? At the southwest end of the Finger Lakes lays a gold mine of hidden treasures. From Conesus to Skaneateles the region is rich food, drink, and things to do. It’s impossible to be bored in Naples. The small town nestled south of Canandaigua and Honeoye lakes is loaded with... more

Chef Fabio Viviani returns to del Lago Resort and Casino’s Award-Winning Portico to host exclusive cooking classes

del Lago Resort & Casino is pleased to announce Chef Fabio Viviani will host two cooking classes Aug. 12th and 13th at the award-winning Portico by Fabio Viviani, his restaurant inside del Lago Resort & Casino. Viviani’s last three cooking classes were met with great excitement and sold out, leading the famed chef to plan another visit this summer. Additionally,... more

Watkins Glen celebrates 4th of July with Food Truck Rodeo

The 4th of July, food trucks, and films. That’s what was going on in Watkins Glen Wednesday night at the weekly Clute Park Market and Food Truck Rodeo. The market and food truck rodeo is held on Wednesdays in July and August and features local farmers, crafts and food trucks for people to come and enjoy. People could choose from... more

Taste of Wayne County coming to Newark on July 17th

The Wayne County IDA is joining the Village of Newark, Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce, and Wayne County Farm Bureau to host Taste of Wayne County for a second year. The outdoor event will be held on Tuesday, July 17th from 4:30 to 8:30 pm along VanBuren Street from Main Street to East Avenue, and in the T. Spencer Knight... more

Taste of Wayne County coming to Newark on July 17th

The Wayne County IDA is joining the Village of Newark, Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce, and Wayne County Farm Bureau to host Taste of Wayne County for a second year. The outdoor event will be held on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 from 4:30 to 8:30 PM along VanBuren Street from Main Street to East Avenue, and in the T. Spencer... more

Chilling out: Lake House Creamery ice cream shop opens in King Ferry

With a little inspiration from her son and a desire to escape corporate America, Colleen Hamilton opted for a more chill job: running an ice cream shop. Hamilton said she's always wanted to own a business and felt it was time to leave her stressful job as a project manager at Pall Corp. to do something different and put her... more

Fruity Dehydration Workshop

Date: Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 Time: 6:30PM – 7:30PM Location: Seneca County CCE Office, 3rd Floor, Main Street Shop Centre, Waterloo, NY 13165 Space is limited, registration is required. Call 315-539-9251, email seneca@cornell.edu, or register online at www.senecacountycce.org. It’s berry and fruit season in the Finger Lakes! Cherries, strawberries, raspberries, juneberries and other fruits are popping up on trees, bushes,... more

The Dairy at Muranda is hosting their 2nd Open Barn of the season

The Dairy at Muranda is hosting their second Open Barn of the season that includes Music, a featured Food Truck, Cheese, Wine, Beer and Ciders. Free Music! 12-3PM Jaimie Lee – A solo musician playing a variety of covers as well as originals. Frequently deemed as having the “voice of an angel” (though if you ask her, that’s a bit... more

Fresh, local ingredients make for good vibes at Kindred Fare

Stating that the inspiration for the restaurant came from the city of Geneva itself, restaurant owner Susie Atvell says, “I wanted to do something local and seasonal with the region.” To do so, the Kindred Fare’s menu pays homage to the heritage of the Finger Lakes as an agricultural region. The menu is broken up by more than just the... more

Cherry Fest a success at Varick Winery despite rain, clouds (video)

Despite the rainy, dreary weekend in the Finger Lakes – 2018’s Cherry Festival, hosted by Varick Winery & Vineyard went off without a snag. The event featured local musicians, local food, and a plethora of cherries – available for consumption and picking. “This is one of the most-unique events in the region,” Shelly Inglor said on Monday. The 21-year-old had... more

After 34 years, Abigail’s Restaurant in Seneca Falls will close

Abigail’s Restaurant opened in Seneca Falls in April of 1984. Now, 34 years later following the death earlier this month of long time owner Jeanne Legott, they will close their doors. Legott’s Abigails has hosted countless family dinners, lunch buffets, wedding receptions. business meetings and events of all sizes over the past three decades. Most recently, they gained notoriety for... more

Burger Theory: New restaurant among Auburn Holiday Inn’s $3.6 million in renovations

The name of the Holiday Inn’s new restaurant, Burger Theory, isn’t just a name. It’s a hint at how you can experiment there. The restaurant, which opens Friday, features a build-a-burger menu option with enough cheeses, sauces and toppings to create more than 4,300 possible combinations. So if you’ve ever wanted to try a triple Swiss cheese burger with roasted... more

A tradition continues: Green Shutters reopens with new owners, look and menu

Mike Schmidt and James White were still new to the Finger Lakes when they first stepped into Green Shutters last summer. But they could feel the history of the century-old restaurant. That's why Schmidt and White, cousins who are both chefs, decided to buy the business when it went on the market. Green Shutters officially reopened under their ownership Friday,... more

Seneca Falls Farmers Market Beginning June 6th

Celebrating its 10th season, the Seneca Falls Farmers Market is set to reopen for the 2018 season on Wednesday, June 6th. As in years past, the market will run every Wednesday through mid-October from 9AM-1:30PM, rain or shine. The market will again be held in beautiful People’s Park along the canal (15 Water Street if using GPS) and will feature the... more

Seneca Falls 3rd annual Canal Festival

The Seneca Falls Business Association (SFBA) is inviting all groups, organizations, businesses, wineries, breweries, cideries, distilleries, restaurants, arts & craft vendors, food vendors, boaters, and watercraft of any kind to participate at this year’s Canal Fest. Last year’s Canal Fest drew an estimated 18,000 visitors over the 3-day event and anticipates that the amount of visitors will grow. SFBA is... more

Come experience Auburn’s First Friday event on June 1st

Each venue offers their own spin on entertainment with free admission & refreshments, food & beverage specials and discounted merchandise to contribute to this monthly community celebration. Activities include exhibit receptions, art making & live music. First Friday is organized by Downtown Auburn BID & Auburn’s Historic & Cultural Sites Commission. Try the Y for FREE Time: 5AM – 9:30PM... more
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