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About this Event



Out of concern for our community over the coming months with COVID-19

we have decided to postpone the Epicurean Delight until October 4, 2020.

Sample Local Restaurant Specialties & Support Hospice


The Hospice & Palliative Care Development Council is pleased to announce that

tickets are now on sale for Epicurean Delight. This annual food tasting

will be held at Hart’s Hill Inn in Whitesboro, on Sunday, October 4th from

5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Epicurean Delight is Hospice and Palliative Care, Inc.’s

most delicious fundraiser featuring area restaurants, great entertainment, a

raffle, an online auction and an exciting live auction. Tickets are $45.


Honorary Restaurants for 2020 are Hart’s Hill Inn, Gerber's 1933 Tavern, and Zeina's Cafe. 

Guests will once again be able to vote for the

People’s Choice Restaurant, Best Dessert, Best Food Presentation and Best New Restaurant. 


ParticipatingRestaurants include:

Carmella's Cafe, Colgate Inn, Cupcake Delights, Debbie's Cafe,

Delta Lake Inn, Edible Arrangements, Feast & Festivities by O'Connors (formerly A Moveable Feast),

Full Throttle BBQ, Gerber's 1933 Tavern, Hart's Hill Inn, Hot Off the Brick,

Irwin's Fine Food, Karam's Middle East Bakery, Lafa Mediterranean by Zeina's,

Lukins, Mano A Bocca!, Minar Fine Indian Cuisine, Nothing Bundt Cakes,

Patio Drive-In, Phoenician Restaurant, Pizza Boys, Ramon's Bakery,

Roso's Cafe & Bakery, So Sweet Candy Cafe, Symeon's

Greek Restaurant, The Ambassador Restaurant, The Chowder House, The Grapevine,

The Savoy, Village Pizza, Wisk Baking Company (formerly Bite Bakery),

Yahnundasis and, Zeina's Cafe.


Hospice provides quality, compassionate care to those suffering an end stage illness

and their families, serving residents of Oneida, Herkimer & Easter Madison Counties regardless of their ability to pay.


*$30 of each ticket is tax deductible.

**Find information on New York State charities by calling the Attorney General's Office at 1-800-771-7755 or visit

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