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Written by Mandy Kain and Radhika Arora
Off-campus dining options are substantial. Most students are very pleased with Ithaca’s offerings and find a variety of food types available—American, International, fast food, sit-down restaurants, coffee shops, and bars. In addition to its many restaurants, Ithaca Commons hosts food festivals, including Apple Fest and Chilifest.
Collegetown, which is within waking distance from central campus and most student residences, also has an impressive selection of restaurants. Pricing varies from place to place, but it isn’t typically exorbitant. Ithaca offers not only a variety of foods within close proximity of the Cornell campus, but also many restaurants that serve organic or ethically-purchased food.
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