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How To Celebrate Your Birthday In the Syracuse Area — Depending On Your Personality

– Amy Schwartz

If you’re stuck on what to do when you’re in ‘Cuse for your birthday, hit up some local food favorites — depending on what kind of birthday partier you are.

If You’re Low-key, But Fun:

Hibachi/Sushi and A Movie


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Head over to Destiny Mall for a Hibachi birthday extravaganza at Koto and then stay for a chill movie!

If You’re A Morning Person:

Modern Malt and Shopping


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Go to breakfast with your friends and then walk around Armory Square! Stop into Urban Outfitters and maybe treat yourself on your special day.

If You’re Syracuse-Obsessed:

Pastabilities and DJ’s


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If you want the full college experience at Syracuse, go to Pastabilities for a nice dinner and then head over to DJ’s for a fun continuation of the celebration.

If You Love To Chill

Wine, Varsity, and Netflix


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Order in some Varsity with friends, sip some wine, and throw on your favorite TV series!

If You’re A Bro

Basketball Game then Dinosaur BBQ


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If you are a sports fan and lucky enough to have a game fall on your birthday, go to the game and head to Dinosaur BBQ after for a full ‘Cuse fan experience!


Skip the dining hall and enjoy your birthday — the orange way.


About Baked Magazine

Baked is Syracuse University’s student-run food magazine. Founded in 2011, Baked aims to widen food options for SU students by introducing kitchen amateurs to cooking, highlighting local businesses and eateries, and connecting readers to the greater Syracuse food community. It publishes one issue each semester.

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This entry was posted on 04/06/2017 by in MUNCHIES, Traditions of Food, Uncategorized.
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