Comfort Inn Carrier Circle
6491 Thompson Rd.
Syracuse, NY 13206
Phone: (315) 437-0222
Fax: (315) 437-4510
Badlands is a community venue that focuses on providing a secure and all ages venue to its community. It primarily hosts live music concerts, but occasionally it does feature other events like community meets, workshops, art shows and so forth. Given its aim to provide for a safe venue, drugs and alcoholic beverages are not permitted here. So go ahead and enjoy fun gigs at Badlands sans any hassles.
The Temple Adath Yeshurun is a synagogue with a large and diverse congregation of Jewish people. It serves as a center of worship as well as a place where people can come together and form strong relations with the Jewish community. There is a religious school for children where they can learn about traditional values, culture and history. An adult learning program is available as well featuring courses in local Jewish history, study of Hebrew scriptures and theology. A large library with over 3000 titles on Jewish literature is open to the members of the congregation and the local community as well. The synagogue has a large banquet hall which is leased out to the public for events like weddings, receptions, luncheons, parties, business conferences, meetings and lectures. Interest groups such as a men's club, a sisterhood, an adult choir and ministries for young children, youths and seniors are available as well.
The Thornden Park is located at Syracuse, New York. This park incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places features a swimming pool, E.M. Mills Memorial Rose Garden, a playground and several sports facilities.
Syracuse Stage is Central New York's premier professional theatre. Each season upwards of 90,000 patrons enjoy an exciting mix of comedies, dramas and musicals.
Westcott Community Center is a non-profit facility and a cultural as well as social hub for the local community. They have varying programs for different age groups which includes workshops, classes and public education. It is also used for private events, concerts and shows.
Primary provider of Jazz progamming in concert, cabaret, scholastic and festival settings for Central New York.
This stadium is home to the Syracuse Chiefs, the minor league affiliate of the MLB's Washington Nationals. In addition to baseball games, this venue is occasionally used for concerts, soccer and outdoor hockey. The ground was established in 1997, and has been a huge crowd-puller ever since. The arena has been a witness to Bob Dylan and Dave Matthews Band concerts, which has contributed greatly to the popularity of this venue.
The Goldstein Auditorium of Syracuse is a large events venue which has hosted many famous international personalities in the past including the Dalai Lama and former Syracuse University student, Joe Biden. A number of student performances from the university, events and lectures are conducted year every year. The auditorium is also rented out to the public for functions such as banquets, dinners, dance parties, conferences, meetings and other functions. The main feature of the venue are the excellent acoustics provided by four sub woofers, delay speakers and power amps.
Succulent briskets, juicy pork ribs and scrumptious steaks are just a few of the many meaty delights that await you at the Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. Seasoned and glazed with their award winning dry rubs and sauces, every dish is simply divine and sure to have to coming back for more. Hearty, satisfying and generously portioned, a meal at this barbeque joint promises to satisfy even the most discerning palate. Their combo meals are a great way to go if you would like to sample a variety of their amazing offerings or are simply sporting a ravenous appetite. Dinosaur Bar-B-Que also serves up a selection of sandwiches and burgers that are just as delicious, and an impressive beer selection as well. With its live music performances, lively bar and delicious food, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que boasts an eclectic clientèle that continues to grow.
Home of the exquisite Syracues symphony orchestra.
The John H. Mulroy Civic Center of Syracuse is a beautiful and large performance venue of breathtaking proportions. It is furnished with beautiful red curtains, stunning theater lights and plush, comfortable seats. It hosts a number of epic events every years from ballet shows, operas, classical music orchestras, concerts, plays and lectures. It is a popular venue for private vents and is frequently rented out for conferences and even high school and college graduation ceremonies. It is a place where the city comes together to celebrate culture, art and community.
The Crouse Hind Theatre is the largest of the 3 theatres located in Mulroy Civis Centre. It has the largest stage in upstate New York and three tiers of seating arrangement with a capacity of 2117. The theatre hosts theatrical events, concerts, dance, symphony performances and more. Tickets are available at Gottickets.