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Archive for October, 2008

Visiting New York – Dining out in the Adirondacks.

Friday, October 17th, 2008

After bagging that discount flight ticket to New York it’s time to start exploring New York’s food culture. Influenced by the large number of dining patrons and the city’s original immigrants, the culture is diverse with the Jewish and Italian immigrants making the city famous for their bagels and New York style pizza. But in the Adirondacks area alone you will find the following great choice.
Visiting Aimie’s Dinner and a Movie you’ll enjoy a movie with your dinner or how about The BayView Inn Pub and Grill offering direct water access to Lake Champlain’s scenic Willsboro Bay. Taste forty flavours of Vermont’s finest ice cream, yoghurt and sorbets at Ben and Jerry’s or try the Big Moose Station restaurant, being a refurbished early 1900’s train station on the Adirondack Line.