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Greetings from the Finger Lakes: A Food and Wine Lover's Companion Paperback – May 1, 2005
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I consider this book a "lite" travel guide because it doesn't cover much of what's in the area, but it covers what it does in great depth. It focuses on what the cover says, and nothing more. It doesn't cover many eateries outside of the population centers, and skips a lot of the "hole in the wall" restaurants, diners, and stands that offer great food but are a bit off the beaten path.
If you want to focus on wineries and want some in depth knowledge about thoose wineries this is the book. Beyond that you will need to look elsewhere for information.
The restaurant recommendations are great and give you an idea of the menu and entree offerings. The winery listings give profiles of the winery owners with entertaining "back stories" -- all very helpful when you are planning your itinerary.
Very easy to slip into your suitcase or backpack.
I give this book a five-grape rating!
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Lots of careful research, interesting history of the region, and competent reviews of the wineries and eateries. Read morePublished 11 months ago by John Morreall
My husband and his good friend graduated from Cornell in the late 60's. He and his wife return often to tour the Finger Lakes and the wineries, restaurants, and cheese shops. Read morePublished on December 10, 2009 by Margaret Ann Hebner