The Hamilton Inn, located on Lake Moraine in Hamilton, is scheduled to close as of June 6, The Hospitality Concepts Group of Central New York announced today.
On Sunday, May 17 Owera Vineyards in Cazenovia and the Fayetteville Carrabba’s Italian Grill sponsored the David’s Refuge Volunteer Celebration Party.
Canton Woods is very busy with summer fun and festivities!
Canton Woods looks forward to a summer season filled with summer foods and fun!
Oenophiles in Cazenovia now have a second option in the village on where they can purchase their wine, as well as liquor, with last week’s official opening of J.S. Hight and Sons wine store at 58 Albany St.
Renovations begin at Baldwinsville inn
The old Fireside Inn is getting a facelift, but it will be nearly a year before it’s open for business once again.
Why are there so many pizzerias in B'ville?
With roughly 10 pizzerias in delivery distance of the village, it’s a wonder how all of B’ville’s slice slingers can thrive. The Messenger set out to find out why the village is home to so many examples of one type of cuisine.
Madison County Tourism, the county’s official tourism promotion agency, recently named Foothill Hops as the recipient of the 2015 Emily Marshall Champion of Tourism Award. The award was presented to Kate and Larry Fisher, owners and operators of Foothill Hops, during Madison County Tourism’s annual dinner on April 2 at the Colgate Inn in Hamilton.
Impact on New York economy is $3.5 billion
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo last week announced the craft beer industry in New York State grew 59 percent from 2013 to 2014, with a total economic impact estimated at $3.5 billion. These results, according to a research report prepared for the New York State Brewers Association and the New York Wine and Grape Foundation, are another example of the incredible growth the industry has been seeing.
Tickets for the third annual “Wine in the Woods” fundraising event for Camp Good Days and Special Times are now on sale to the public.
Liverpool has long been known for its hot dogs and hamburgers. Heid’s has ruled the frankfurter field, and ground beef patties made the scene at the fondly remembered Tarbe’s Grill and now at Village Burger (which coincidentally does business at a former McDonald’s location). Anyhow, on March 29 we were all reminded that Liverpool’s also a meatball mecca.
Two years ago, a mysterious chocolate shop opened for one night at a small, non-descript location at 72 Albany St. during the annual Cazenovia Christmas Walk. Many people in the community wondered what it was, where it came from and where it went to when it disappeared the next day. Four months ago, in mid-December 2014, Gabrielle Chocolates opened again at 72 Albany St. — but this time, the chocolate shop stayed open as a permanent addition to the downtown business district. And with the chocolate-heavy Easter holiday right around the corner, owner Gabrielle Regan hopes her handmade “chocolate creations for any occasion,” as her motto goes, will entice people to stop in.
The Fayetteville-Manlius Newcomers Club would like to welcome new members of the area as well as neighbors who are already here.
Taste of L'pool, Cicero special election canceled
The Taste of Liverpool festival (March 11) and the town of Cicero's special election (March 31) have been canceled.
St. Matt’s hosts dinner for all
While food pantries can provide a family in need with culinary staples, one thing they can’t quite offer is ambiance. That’s where St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Liverpool comes in: at the end of this month, the church will host the first of a series of monthly dinners open to the whole community.