This place fills up mighty quick so get in early. I can't expect New York to understand the complexity of cajun cooking, so when I had the cajun catfish, I wasn't surprised to not taste a bit of my beloved New Orleans in the dish, however, the fish itself was cooked nicely and was tender, as the fish should be. If you want a dessert that will make you swoon, have a slice of the Kentuky Derby pie and dont get all sad when the slice they bring you is more like a sliver....is is dang rich! And double dang good! Service was all right, it was packed on a Friday evening, so everyone working seemed very....well...flushed.
Close to the beautiful Ithaca Commons and both Cornell University and Ithaca College, the William Henry Miller Inn was built
by Cornell University's first student of architecture. It is decorated with American chestnut woodwork, stained glass windows, and working ...
Open year round, Robert H. Treman State Park features Enfield Glen, a rugged gorge; 12 waterfalls, including the 115 foot
Lucifer Falls; tent and RV sites, cabins and nine miles of hiking trails.