Where And What To Eat Post-Hangover

Age-old collegiate wisdom tells us to go for the greasiest food to cure our hangovers. Leftover pizza and the remnants of whatever we ordered last night are among the most common options. Though a greasy breakfast may be what you want, the most important thing is consuming food that supplies you with the nutrients alcohol has…

Byblos To Open New Location In Armory Square

As if one wasn’t enough, Byblos Mediterranean Café is planning to open a second location in Armory Square later this month. The new addition will be located at 316 South Clinton St., the former location of The Black Olive, and will be called Byblos Bar & Grill. Owner Fady Khabbaz hopes it will come to be known…

4 Local Meals For Under $7

Let’s face it: we’re broke college kids. Okay, I know that’s a generalization, but the majority of students struggle to keep their bank accounts afloat. On the bright side, this reality doesn’t have to keep us from enjoying awesome local restaurants. Syracuse offers great places to get a delicious meal for under $7, whether you’re going…

Erawan: Thai Food On A College Budget

Off of bustling Erie Boulevard is Erawan Thai, a restaurant that serves traditional Thai food at amazing prices. The restaurant is in an old white building that is crowded with plants and miniature fountains—there’s no reason to stop into Erawan unless you’ve caught wind of its reputation for delicious food. There’s a huge array of…

Where To Eat For Parent’s Weekend

There are many complaints regarding Parent’s Weekend. Eating on your parents’ dime is not one of them. Check out our six restaurant suggestions for Marshall, Armory, and beyond.

Sweet Basil Spices Up Marshall Street

A flower has risen out of the void left by campus favorite Cosmos and has brought newfound flavor and spice to Marshall Street’s food culture. Sweet Basil opened right before the semester started, and brings a mix of both Vietnamese and Thai traditions to its food, which is bound to be an experience not only for…

Creole Soul To Bring Louisiana Flavors To CNY

If you’re craving the tangy taste of authentic New Orleans soul food, then Darren Chavis has got you covered. The New Orleans native plans to open his Creole restaurant, Creole Soul, in the Dey’s Centennial Building early this November. Customers can order their Creole fare in a setting that mimics the New Orleans experience, with…

3 Mexican Options That Aren’t Chipotle

Chipotle: everyone’s favorite spot for a quick and mouthwatering Mexican meal. I’m not sure about anyone else, but the ever-present, long line for a burrito bowl that I could and have made at home doesn’t make the chain as appealing as it once was. Whether you’re looking to have a sit-down meal, order to-go like Chipotle, or even…

Where To Eat For The Jewish High Holidays

The holidays are here! No, I’m not confusing my seasons. The Jewish High Holidays, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, come every fall and bring delicious food that no one should miss. Challah, honey and apples, kosher dill pickles, matzo ball soup, bagels and lox…the list goes on and on. Whether you’re ending Yom Kippur by…