Restaurants in Syracuse

$22.50 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Food at Jamie's Pastries And Restaurant ($45 Value)

Jamie's Pastries And Restaurant

Syracuse

Puerto Rican eatery dishes out desserts and entrees, such as chicken gizzard salad, empanadas, and mondongo

$15 $7.50

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Sandwich Catering Platter for Five or Premium Boxed Lunch with Drink at Arby's (Up to 52% Off)

Arby's

Westside

BLTs and corned beef and swiss sandwiches match with sides such as cookies and chips

$10.48 $5

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Dine-In for Two or Four or Take-Out at George O'Deas (Up to 50% Off)

George O'Deas

Syracuse

Classic pub grub such as wings, burgers, and pizzas served in a traditional Irish pub that hosts weekly trivia and open mic nights

$20 $11

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Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Two or Four at Asahi Japanese Restaurant (47% Off)

Asahi Japanese Restaurant

Eastside

Sushi and other Japanese cuisine served on a conveyor belt

$30 $17

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$16 for Large Cheese Pizza, Salad, and Two Beers at Saltine Warrior Sports Pub ($33.50 Value)

Saltine Warrior Sports Pub

Downtown

Neighborhood sports pub specializes in pizza and frosty beer

$33.50 $16

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$14 for $20 Worth of Pizzeria Food at Great Northern Pizza Kitchen

Great Northern Pizza Kitchen

Fayetteville

Three crust types with six available sauces, blue cheese, goat cheese, shredded pork, caribbean chicken, and kalamata olives

$20 $14

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Greek, Italian, and American Cuisine at La Piazza (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

La Piazza

Syracuse

Ravioli, saganaki, Atlantic salmon, and chicken parmesan headline a menu that also includes Kobe beef burgers and hand-tossed pizza

$20 $11

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Pizzeria Cuisine for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Tonini's Pizzeria (Up to 40% Off)

Tonini's Pizzeria

Cicero

Chefs use family recipes to make from-scratch sauce, dough, and mozzarella used in gourmet pizzas, paninis, pastas, and sandwiches

$30 $20

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$12 for $25 Worth of Thai Cuisine and Drinks at Sweet Basil Thai House

Sweet Basil Thai House

Mattydale

Classics such as pad thai and curries served alongside chef’s specialties, including char-grilled salmon; BYOB eatery

$25 $12

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Every week, one of Broadway Café’s baristas scrawls the weekly coffee special on the pastel chalkboard menu, eking out space alongside specialty pizzas, deli-style sandwiches, and salads. In addition to classic pies, such as meat lovers or margarita, cooks bake inventive iterations that include the buffalo chicken and the Rueben pizza, topped with shredded corn beef, swiss cheese, and kraut with a russian dressing sauce. Guests can also saunter in for breakfast sandwiches and wraps, all of which are available for catered events, such as birthdays, bat mitzvahs, and upscale bee attacks.

Outside, under a mammoth ice-cream cone, Arctic Island stands at the ready to sate sweet teeth and cool down overheated palates. Broadway Cafe's sister business slings soft-serve cones, scoops Premium Homemade Ice Cream flavors such as peppermint patty, and sprays whipped cream onto banana splits.

210 West Seneca Turnpike
Syracuse,
NY
US

The 2,000-square-foot laser-tag arena at Shotz Lazer Tag & Billiards swallows up to 24 players in its black-lit barricades, spitting them out for tests of manual dexterity in the arcade and at pool tables. During games of tag, laser beams slice though a shroud of fog and hearts race in time to pumping music. The staff not only explains the rules of laser tag and equips players with gear, but periodically reconfigures the terrain to prevent frequent visitors from gaining a home-field advantage. Marksmen receive scorecards documenting the number of shots fired, their accuracy, and the location of any stains on their shirt after emerging from the black light. Nearby, the arcade rings with electronic yelps emitted by the gaming machines, and the crack of cue balls echoes over the felt of 9-foot Gold Crown pool tables.

2222 Burnet Ave
Syracuse,
NY
US

Black tapioca pearls bob at the bottom of Boba Suite's drinks, their flavors of sweet potato, cassava root, and brown sugar lending a chewy contrast to the fruit and tea swirling above. These drinks begin, as they usually do, with liquids: teas in flavors such as passion-fruit oolong and yogurt green tea occupy menu space alongside lemonades, smoothies, and juices. Aside from the traditional black pearls, add-ons ranging from herb-infused jellies to fruit-flavor-packed pop bobas complete each drink, eventually settling at the bottom where they're sucked up by oversized straws or unusually strong lips. In addition to serving up its signature sips, Boba Suite also offers food options such as ramen bowls, homemade pastries, and an array of sandwiches.

713 South Crouse Avenue
Syracuse,
NY
US

As stunning fall colors settle into the leaves of Saratoga County, beer lovers gather at the Malta Drive-In to celebrate the changing of the season with 27 different German and seasonal fall craft beers. Traditional German food complements a wide selection of American seasonal favorites, such as the Fall Summit ale from Peak Organic Brewing Company and the traditional Oktoberfest beer produced yearly by the Spaten brewery. The organizers endeavor to entertain more than taste buds, arranging live musical performances throughout the day from German accordion player Herb Liebenhagen, Saratoga favorite Headband Jack, and the Bluz House Rockers. Visitors also partake in games and contests such as Best Brat Costume or Who Smells the Most Like Cabbage.

Alliance Bank Stadium
Syracuse,
NY
US

Burgundy booths and dark-clothed tables give Sweet Basil Thai House's spacious dining room an alluring mystique, which sets the scene for the artful plating of classic Thai dishes presented by native-born chefs. Their specialties run from favorites such as pad thai and pineapple fried rice to red-curry duck, which they roast to crisp before simmering it with pineapple and vegetables. While these dishes are prepared, the wait staff moves about the tables, dropping off glasses of Thai iced tea and fresh coconut juice or willing corks to leap from bottles of wine that diners brought with them.

2803 Brewerton Rd
Mattydale,
NY
US

Nestled under a green awning, Lao Village dishes out delicately flavored Laotian and Thai dishes in a casual atmosphere. Entrees simmer in curry sauces or get tossed in chili pepper and savory house sauce, like the popular Lab Gai salad with chicken. Vegetarian options incorporate veggies, tofu, and seitan.

208 W Genesee St
Syracuse,
NY
US