Find out what Fusion restaurants to try in Syracuse. Syracuse is a city of hills, valleys, lakes and streams. The city sits on the shore of lakes Onondaga, is within 20 miles of the beautiful Finger Lakes region and 30 miles from Lake Ontario. Syracuse offers big-city amenities with a small-town feel: a symphony orchestra, an opera company, professional sports teams, museums and art galleries. Planning a summer trip? Don't miss the Great New York State Fair at the Empire Expo center. Planning a winter trip? Bundle up - Syracuse is renowned for its snowy winters
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4 based on 1207 reviews
I was pleasantly surprised by this place. IDK if itâs the name but I was picturing a cafeteria style restaurant. Great ambiance. I had a delicious sangria at the bar while we waited (it was super busy). I tried a fall special short rib over parpadelle it was excellent.
4 based on 347 reviews
The Lemon Grass has been committed to bringing innovative, fresh, and delectable Pacific Rim Thai food to our dedicated clientele for over 19 years. Our award-winning wine list, savory dishes, and knowledgeable wait staff consistently create an exquisite
Wife, daughter and son-in-law had dinner there. We had a bottle of wine, and the young folks had a couple of beers. We split the shrimp dumplings, octopus, king roll, tamarind duck, and the prig pow. All were excellent. Service was good, the appetizers came out 1 at the time, so we could split and share. The meals came out together, and we split those also. The prices were exactly what I expected from a high end restaurant.
4 based on 127 reviews
The food is always outstanding. Our group of 4 started with the brie and caramelized apples. Entrees were short ribs, lamb chops and filets. All were prepared to perfection. Desert was a the flourless chocolate mousse. Nice place a quiet dinner, business meeting or out with friends.Restaurant is 1 block from Columbus Square and 2 blocks from City Hall.
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