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February 16, 2009


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Dano'S Heuiger on Seneca is fantastic. www.danosonseneca.com

Lenn, Wish I could meet up with you but, once again, tis not to be. Sounds like you have a packed schedule. You'll have a Great Time! Looking forward to your posts about it. Man, Lunch on the east side of Seneca might be rough on Wednesday. Stonecat is closed until Spring, Red Newt Bistro I believe is only open Thursday to Saturday, and Danos is only open Thursday to Sunday. Big Johnsons is probably open. It's a biker bar, but I sort of like places that are rough around the edges. I always got a good burger there. I'm sure Hazlitt's can set you up with some lunch (and wine) : ) - FLWW

I'm looking forward to meeting you at the tasting at Atwater. They don't serve wine but Grist Mill Cafe in Burdett is an absolute favorite of ours for that area. It's a great fresh bread, soup and sandwich kind of joint and quite close to the vineyards. On Rte 79, 3825 Main Street Burdett.

We did a piece about it in our summer issue that might get you tempted.


Safe travels, see you soon.

It's a little out of the way but a mecca for people from the Ithaca area who are back in the area visiting as well as locals The Glenwood Pines. Pinesburger is a must have. www.glenwoodpines.com They have a selection of local wines and commercial beers on tap (which I always like after a long day of tasting)

Looking forward to the updates and some "man on 'da street" style vids.

Sounds like a killer event.

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