Trumansburg is a village in Tompkins County, New York, United States. The population was 1,797 at the 2010 census. The name is a misspelling of the surname of the founder, Abner Treman. (The family routinely spelled it several different ways, Truman however was not one.) The village's application for a post office preserved one of them. The Village of Trumansburg is located within the Town of Ulysses and is northwest of Ithaca, New York.
Things to do in Trumansburg
4.5 based on 43 reviews
If you're a fan of Counter Culture, Intelligentsia, and cold brew this should be your coffee stop on Cayuga Lake!
We enjoyed cold brew, iced lattes, and cappuccino from Gimme Coffee during our stay in Finger Lakes and all beverages were smooth, rich, and reasonably priced.
4.5 based on 336 reviews
Hazelnut Kitchen is located in Trumansburg NY, the heart of the Finger Lakes Region. Since 2007, we have been using locally sourced farm ingredients in a casually elegant open kitchen dining atmosphere. Our menu changes frequently, inspired by what’s in season and reflects our commitment to utilize goods obtained from local farmers and producers. Although our approach is simple and clean, the outcome is uniquely delicious. We invite you to join us for dinner and experience the best that the season has to offer!
Hazelnut Kitchen is unique. We have eaten there repeatedly and always leave well satisfied. Many friends have joined us there for dinner and they, too, have been delighted. Both carnivores and vegetarians dine well.
What's Hazelnut's secret? Everything is homemade, including bread and ice creams. Details matter here. The menu changes seasonally, always offering something special - and wonderful (and it's posted online, too). Service is friendly. The owners are hands-on and present, crafting a special dining experience meal after meal.
Reservations are important.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
During the winter we are open by chance. Call ahead, or look for open flag or cars, & stop in! We can also try & make arrangements if you want to stop in to order a cake, etc, when not open. Please call first. We are a family owned and operated business specializing in premium ice cream made on our premises. Our homemade ice cream is created using the finest ingredients available to us. We strive to use all natural products whenever possible.
We had 2 different flavors and a sundae. Everything was absolutely generic, sub par, cheapest ice cream you can imagine. So disappointing. Thus was the spot we Always took our kids when doing wine tasting. We thought it was the best ice cream parlor in the state.
Not anymore. Never coming back.
4.5 based on 165 reviews
The Crystal Lake Cafe at Americana Vineyards represents our continuous effort to give customers a unique Finger Lakes Experience. As a proud member of the Finger Lakes Culinary Bounty, we work everyday to create dishes made with fresh local products such as meats, cheeses, produce - even hand-crafted ice cream.Interesting, full-flavored American fare is our hallmark, from homemade salsa and sauces to soups and bread; house roasted Turkey to hand packed burgers; cheese cake with Baco Noir ganache to Sweet Rosie Brownies.Established in 2007 Celebrating its 5th anniversary on May 7th of 2012, the Crystal Lake Cafe began in 2007 as a 50's-style roadside diner. Over its 5 years of existence, the cafe has become an outlet for local foods and a fun atmosphere. With the recent inclusion of Friday and Sunday concerts throughout the year, the Crystal Lake cafe has become a hotspot destination for locals and tourists alike.
We stopped here for lunch on a Sunday afternoon. The place was not overly busy, but you'd have thought it was. Our server brought us our coffee and tea, but no milk, cream, sugar, etc. We tried to flag her down and she avoided all eye contact. Thankfully another server was kind enough to bring us some, but my tea was already cold by then. My companion received her order within a reasonable time, but mine didn't show up for another 20 minutes. We asked our server for ketchup and she never appeared with any. We had to wait until the table beside us left so we could take theirs. The food wasn't that great. My dish was very salty; my companion's dish in need of salt. When I was paying the check, the servers were arguing with each other. Overall it was a frustrating and disappointing experience.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Small batch brewery, and small batch bakery. We serve pub food, too. Check out our beer garden overlooking the gorge. Dogs are allowed outside in the beer garden, but not inside. We also bake custom wedding cakes. Vegan and gluten-free options available.
YUMMY! It was a special treat to find a bakery with something even gluten free, but these were gluten free and vegan! I will be back the next visit to the Finger Lakes region.
4 based on 22 reviews
The ice cream serving sizes are huge (maybe order one size smaller than you think you want) and the staff is really friendly. There are plenty of outdoor tables in a well-kept lawn area and under the roof. If you are visiting in the area, it's well worth a stop. They service Purity brand hard ice cream and I personally recommend the cookie dough.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
EAT from-scratch cooking featuring eclectic tacos, griddle-cooked burgers, shareable plates and chef-driven entrees. Vegetarian, gluten-free and allergen friendly. DRINK craft and artisanal beer, wine and spirits from our neighborhood and beyond. BOWL a game of old-school of 10-pin bowling in a lounge setting.
We went here based on reviews and boy were we glad. I have never before considered getting great food in a bowling alley.
The menu is gourmet at reasonable prices with expertly prepared food. It is a very family friendly place as well as great for older couples.
The menu was eclectic as well as delicious.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Finger Lakes Cider House is the hub of the hard cider renaissance in New York apple country. In our tasting room, here on Good Life Farm, you can savor the craft of five artisan cider makers and many inspired local food growers. You can visit the Cider House with family and friends of all ages for local cider, food pairings, and scenic vistas on our organic farm near Ithaca, New York. We are open all year!
Cider is the "new wine" in this area and for those who are unaware, come and see what the great NY State apples can become in the hands of experienced and innovative cider makers. Even better. come and see what multiple cider makers can produce and find them all under one roof on a working farm away from the occasionally helter skelter tourism of the wine trails, You will find great ciders of many varities, ginger beers, shrub, nice small plate offerings and a kitchen gearing up to do much more; staff is friendly and very knowledgeable ,without any pretense or snobbery. This is a place we constantly recommend to our guests and many have returned as new fans of cider...much as we were after our first visit, It is a gathering spot for cider lovers and cider makers alike and all so very enthusiastic about what is happening in the cider world. So take that little side trip off Rte 96 or 89...you will be very grateful that you did.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Driving through town on my way to Ithaca and wanted a slice or two to hold me over for dinner. Living in NYC I don't consider myself a Pizza Snob, but I do like good pizza. These guys deliver. Thin crispy crust with great sauce and toppings. I enjoyed a slice with Meatball, Garlic and Ricotta, as well as a Chicken Slice with Onions. Both were extraordinary. Heated to perfection. A nice local place with a great staff. Street parking in town. I would definitely stop again when passing through. Looking forward to sampling some different slices that I saw while there.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
I love vanilla softserve. Vanilla softserve means summer and Trimmers is the place I go. Service is good. Easy parking and right on 96 as you go out of town towards the lake or on the way to Ovid and then Seneca Falls. They have all sorts of treats, sodas, floats, special sundaes using the great local hard ice cream from Purity, food...but I go for the vanilla softserve. Plain and simple. Cold and delicious. Pull in, and taste a bit of summer before you indulge in wine, cider, and whiskey on this path through the countryside. Only open during the summer months.
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