Before sandwiches and wraps, hungry humans bundled meat and cheese together with staples and paper clips, resulting in a lack of office supplies and a surplus of indigestion. Secure appetite appeasement comfortably with today's Groupon: for $4, you get $8 worth of paninis, salads, wraps, and fountain drinks at Broadway Cafe on West Seneca Turnpike.
The culinary crew at Broadway Cafe dishes out deli fare from a pastel chalkboard menu of customizable paninis, wraps, and salads. Select tasty toppings, gooey cheese, and saucy sauces to stylize more than a dozen savory sandwiches, each named after notable New York landmarks including the GuggenHam with ham and cheese and the Wallstreet, a mound of roast beef lathered in horseradish mayonnaise ($4.95 half, $7.08 whole). As a vegetarian mealternative, The Garden sandwich activates solar-powered hummus sprayers to coat a collection of verdant veggies. Squeeze scrumptious fillings into a honey wheat, tomato basil, or spinach wrap, or safely seal sandwich contents with white, wheat, or rye bread. Diners desiring a breadless bite can chomp on the asian chicken salad topped with cusabi dressing, a climate-hopping blend of cool cucumber, spicy wasabi, and bottled polar winds ($5.45 half, $7.48 whole). Relax in Broadway Cafe's dining room as soda selections ($1–$1.50) and homemade ice cream ($2.68–$3.98) cool parched tongues as fingers tickle giggling computer keyboards while using the diner's free WiFi.
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 Tpke.
Syracuse, New York 13205Get Directions