Good for people who have food sensitivities. Super friendly service. Farm fresh food and drinks. Loved my shrimp and grits and had great guacamole with interesting flat breads.
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We were a party of five, arriving late Sunday afternoon after a concert. Since three of us still had a two-hour drive, we decided to share appetizers and flatbreads from the southwestern-style menu. The highlights were the teriyaki chicken wings, the "Zamas" (scallops with jicama...More
This place perplexes me, mostly because it is not consistent on food or service. I have had at least two nice dinner experiences at Agava. The food was fresh, tasty and came with good service. They have a nice variety of beers and even cider...More
Perhaps the somewhat cozy atmosphere is what makes this place so popular, or its convenient location. The food is ok but very bland. the most tasteless salsa I've ever encountered. I've actually been here twice. The first evening wasn't especially busy yet service was painfully...More
Visited on a Sunday mid-day. It was crowded due to graduation season (I think). They were serving both breakfast and lunch items. Everything was good and enjoyable - waffles, frenchy, freshly made guacamole, and sandwiches.
My wife and I come here a lot, and the place is always packed. It's interesting that several previous reviewers call it their go-to restaurant in Ithaca. That's kind of how we feel about it, too. The menu changes frequently but the basic theme is...More
Agava is one of my "go-to" restaurants in Ithaca, the food is always good and they never disappoint. Their yummy wood fired pizzas (Sweet Buzz is a favorite!) and refreshing cocktails make for a winning combination. You can take a peek at the chalkboard in...More
a little (okay) a lot off the beaten path restaurant in Ithaca specializing in creative southwestern cuisine. Probably closer to four stars but it was pricey for what it was. we loved the fried beets and the fried chicken was excellent. Emphasis on farm to...More
Agava has become our go-to Ithaca restaurant at which to meet friends or bring guests. It is fun, with a great little bar and consistently excellent food. It is very convenient to Cornell and, unlike many Ithaca restaurants, parking is easy.