Restaurants in Syracuse

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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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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$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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$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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$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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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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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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$25 for Two Holiday Gift Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Spaghetti Warehouse ($40 Total Value)

Spaghetti Warehouse

Syracuse

Give the holiday gift of hand-rolled meatballs, lasagna, and chicken parmigiana at historical warehouse restaurants brimming with antiques

$20 $12.50

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Eight TripAdvisors give Kyoko Japanese Restaurant an average of four owl eyes, and four Citysearchers give it an average of three stars:

111 Brooklea Dr
Fayetteville,
NY
US

Dolce Vita enchants jet-setters and homebodies alike with a where's-where menu of global recipes, a polyglot wine list, and a fully-stocked bar that keeps its stools open late, until all thirsts are sufficiently quenched. Launch your taste tour with the thai shrimp and scallop appetizer soaking in a red curry sauce ($13). The D.V. Chicken ($16), a bone-in bird with a belly full of fresh mozzarella, roma tomatoes, and basil, descends from the heavens into a cozy bed of tomato polenta and parmesan bread crumbs with a basil cream blanket. Daredevil palates plummet chopper-first into Dolce Vita's international menu with the jamaican jerk rack of lamb ($24) hovering over yellow curry couscous and grilled asparagus. Meanwhile, wines (ranging from $21–$100 per bottle) from as far as New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and Chile vie good-naturedly against homegrown spirits for a spot at the table, each promising its own distinct flavor and keychain souvenir from the motherland.

907 E Genesee St
Syracuse,
NY
US

When Nord Brue and Mike Dressell began perfecting their bagel recipe with the help of a professional NYC bagel maker in 1983, the bagel was still an anomaly in the food world—it was geographically and culturally still isolated in New York City. Fueled by a desire to change that, the duo opened up the first Bruegger's deli with the hope of eventually introducing the rest of the country to the bagel. Brue and Dressell have since realized their dream, sharing their distinctive recipes and culinary traditions at 300 locations spread across 26 states. To this day, they oven-bake their centerless bread rolls every morning and afternoon, populating counter displays that also brim with daily made breads, Vermont cream cheese, and custom-roasted coffee.

Executive Chef Phillip Smith and his network of chefs still use the original five-ingredient recipe for their dough, which they shape into more than 20 bagel varieties. Because they draw from each region's local recipes and from dialogue and Pictionary games with local consumers, certain menu items may vary from store to store across the country. The bagels are often served with Bruegger's eclectic cream cheeses such as bacon scallion or honey walnut, or as sandwiches with meats, cheeses, and veggies often sourced from local or organic produce. Coffee gets just as much attention, with house blends of 100% arabica coffee.

731 S Crouse Ave
Syracuse,
NY
US

The chefs at Fisher Bay Restaurant curate a classic menu of sandwiches, grilled fare, and seafood at their serene, lakeside eatery. Sink fangs into the chicken parmesan ($13.99) or test taste buds' fortitude for piquant flavors with the spicy steamed shrimp, lightly dusted with Southern spices ($13.99). Share a mozzarella-laden, 16-inch one-topping pizza ($11.99) or scarf down a 12-ounce rib-eye steak forged by grill-savvy ironsmiths ($14.99). Outdoor diners can enjoy tranquil lakeside views and gather on brisk evenings around the fireplace to swap ghost stories and tales of twice-baked potatoes.

303 Barrett Ln
Bridgeport,
NY
US

WE ARE ONE OF CENTRAL NEW YORK'S OLDEST PIZZERIAS.WE HAVE A LAGRE MENU SURE TO PLEASE EVERYONES NEEDS. YOU MAY NEVER COOK AGAIN!

615 Wolf St
Syracuse,
NY
US

Sardo’s dishes up an opulent array of eatables, featuring a wealth of specialty pizzas built from hand-tossed dough and fresh toppings that are prepared daily. The extensive menu sates grumbling stomachs and forgotten geometric taste buds with triangular slices ($1.75 each) or colossal circles, such as a 16-inch Sardo’s Paradise, a twice-baked disk smothered in garlic and tomato sauce and sprinkled with sausage, pepperoni, and a variety of vegetables under a bubbling canopy of mozzarella and ricotta cheese ($18.99). Friday and Saturday nights battered-haddock sandwiches ($5.99) and dinners ($7.99) materialize on menu pages like an edible Brigadoon, delighting palates before vanishing into the misty depths of patrons' stomachs. Pasta dishes lift up orders of chicken or eggplant parmigiana on litters of penne pasta ($7.49) and chicken wings ($6.99 for 10) coat fingers and content grins with your choice from seven sauces.

6195 Route 31
Cicero,
NY
US