Maybe Ken Blankenbush was ahead of the curve when he chose Keddy's Restaurant in West Carthage to host his campaign kickoff in the 122nd AD.
Turns out Keddy's grabbed top honors at the Taste of the Town yesterday held in Watertown. Mr. Blankenbush raised eyebrows when he scheduled his event in the hometown of his potential opponent, West Carthage Mayor Scott Burto. The eatery is also across the street from the Wicked Wench, owned by local Independence Party vice chair ammy Bramhall.
Given the rave reviews of the cuisine at Keddy's, even those unsure of their support for Mr. Blankenbush may want to attend his event just to sample the eats !
Watertown Daily Times Keddy's, Cavallario's impress at eighth Taste of the Town