Address: 163 Marshall St, Syracuse, NY 13210
Phone: (315) 474-0099
The Bleu Monkey Café is a sushi restaurant located on Marshall Street in Syracuse, New York.
The restaurant offers various types of nigiri as well as sashimi sushi, noodle bowls with vegetarian and traditional options, and acquired a full liquor license in 2012.
Bento Box: For between 10.95-12.95, you can get your choice of meat (chicken, pork, beef or salmon) over rice, with a side of salad, miso soup and two spring rolls.
734 S. Crouse Avenue
Syracuse, NY, 13210
Faegan’s menu has a large variety of salads and vegetarian friendly options, like a portobello mushroom burgers. It also has traditional burgers, pasta, fish and a chili bowl. The dinner plate prices vary but most stay in the affordable $10 to $12 range. For more information please call the restaurant at (315) 472- 4721.
After 9 pm, Faegan’ s charges from $3 to $5 for admission.
Tuesday: Beer Tour
9pm – $2
Phone: (315) 477-0141
Address: 501 Westcott Street Syracuse, NY 13210
Sunday 7:30 AM – 2:30 PM Monday 7:00 AM – 2:30 PM Tuesday 7:00 AM – 2:30 PM Wednesday 7:00 AM – 2:30 PM Thursday 7:00 AM – 2:30 PM Friday 7:00 AM – 2:30 PM Saturday 7:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Mom’s Diner serves up diner style cuisine. It is a family owned business in which “Mom’s” children decided to share her recipes with the rest of the nation.
Roasted Coffee Beans, Photo Credit: Daten Hamster
Located near the Destiny USA Mall in Syracuse, Bohemian Bean has been making coffee lovers happy since 2005. Bohemian Bean’s mission is to support other local businesses in their effort by doing their part and purchasing their products locally. All of their coffee is locally roasted fair trade/organic from around the world.
Bohemian Bean is known for hosting creative events and having an over all fun atmosphere. Their walls are continuously being updated and decorated with talented artwork of local students and adults from around the area. The artsy decorations and their peculiar cups and teapots definitely give it its different community feel and bohemian vibe.
Right Outside of Phoebe’s, Photo Credit: Jorden Meltz
For a gourmet cup of coffee make your way to Phoebe’s on East Genesee. This restaurant has a small lounge that provides a coffee experience like no other. Their comfy couches make it easy for customers to grab a book and spend the day with just that and a cup of coffee. The fancy seating arrangement, warm shades of burgundy, and lounge decorations give it a welcoming vintage look and feel. They also provide free wifi and have even set up tables for group work or discussions. Phoebe’s is a great place to do some quiet reading and relaxing all over a delicious cup of coffee.
An Assortment of Gelato, Photo Credit: Ian Ransley
Tyme-Out Café is a gluten-free cafe located inside Natur-Tyme grocery market. It is especially known for being vegan friendly. They offer a variety of beverages including smoothies, fruit juices, organic tea, milkshakes, and coffee. Their food menu essentially consists of 3 daily soup options, chili, and a few flavors of gelato. Some of their soup options include zucchini curry or lentil spinach and they offer turkey chili as well as vegetable chili. For vegans, the gelato options are raspberry and blood orange.
A Fresh Cappucino, Photo Credit: Cluri Chaun
If you’re looking to support a local coffee shop, Freedom of Espresso is the place to go. For both long or short coffee breaks, Freedom of Espresso’s friendly customer service and its a relaxing laid back feel to it begs customers to just take a moment and have a seat. While the service is prompt and quick Freedom of Espresso offers a slower paced vibe for when you just need some time off and a place to unwind.
Provisions Bakery is a small, friendly bakery that creates an atmosphere great for a quick stop or a break away from a busy day. It is located at 216 Walton Street and is open 7:30 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday and serves breakfast from 7:30 – 11:30 am and lunch from 11:30 am – 2:30 pm. Provisions Bakery has been at the same location since 1988 and takes pride in its made-from-scratch, day-to-day recipes at sweet prices. A neat part of this bakery is its changing artwork created by local artists that is switched every few months. The selection of goodies ranges from oversized cookies, bar cookies, breads, muffins, scones, danish, and samplings of desserts. During the holidays Provisions offers a special selection of added cookies and desserts. The bakery also has a special each day consisting of 2 eggs, toast, homefries and coffee, as well as an omelet of the day, whole wheat pancakes and other baked breakfast goods. For lunch there is something new everyday but includes a set menus of soups, salads, sandwiches and pizza. The best touch is the sandwiches are all made using fresh bread baked fresh each day right on premise.
Freedom of Espresso in Armory Square is a quaint and clean coffee shop located at 144 Walton St. The gold-ish bright walls and interesting bright artwork make for a relaxing but upbeat café, perfect for the college student. Freedom of Espresso has small tables and chairs along with a bar by the window. The stainless-steel touches of appliances add for a modern look. Its menu consists of a large variety of coffee, espresso and tea-related beverages including, lattes, cappuccinos, mochas and more. With many options of specific coffees, each cup is made perfectly for your individual want by their team of trained baristas. The beans Freedom of Espresso uses for its drinks are locally roasted and at the height of fresh flavor. The hours are Monday thru Friday 6 am – 7 pm, Saturday 7 am – 7 pm and Sunday 8 am – 6 pm. For that rare Syracuse sun, it also has outdoor seating on the front patio! Freedom of Espresso has 3 other locations around the Syracuse area including 403 First Street in Liverpool, 128 West Genesee Street in Fayetteville and 115 Solar Street in Franklin Square.
Varsity Pizza, commonly known as “Varsity,” is located on South Crouse Avenue, directly across from Marshall Street. Varsity is themed for the ‘Cuse, sporting orange and blue with an interior of eclectic fanfare of the different Syracuse Athletic teams. The atmosphere of Varsity is its college charm, with blue leather booths and laid back tables. Even though pizza is its name, Varsity is not strictly a pizzeria, offering an abundance of grub including deli sandwiches, hot sandwiches and salads. Of course, Varsity boasts a wide variety of pizza with all kinds of toppings and meats for made-to-order meals. Varsity’s phone number is 251-478-1235 and is open Monday through Thursday from 9 am – 9 pm and Friday 9am – 10pm. Saturday and Sunday the restaurant opens at 11 am and closes at 10pm.