Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
6701 Buckley Road
Syracuse, NY 13212
Phone: (315) 457-4000
Fax: (315) 453-7877
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.
Break away from your daily stressful routine and book the seats for a performance at the Syracuse Funny Bone to get your dose of laughter. A part of the renowned chain of comedy clubs, the Syracuse Funny Bone has entertained the people of Syracuse by hosting the performances of many established as well as upcoming stand-up comedians. And while you are here, you can also enjoy a full-fledged dinner, which comprises tasty burgers, sandwiches, salads and desserts.
Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill is a popular name across the country and the chain's Destiny USA location carries the same ambiance, great food and impeccable service as its any other branch. Whether you wish to enjoy a scrumptious meal with the entire family, watch a game with your best friends or just enjoy a beer in solitude, the Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill Syracuse NY will not disappoint. Furnished with ample of seating spaces, high-definition television sets and state-of-the-art acoustics, every visit to this quintessentially American bar & grill is a delight. Their menu is lined with classics and food is served in generous portions here. Certain nights at Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill Syracuse NY see live performances by local bands, check website for details on event schedules.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Revolutions is a fantastic entertainment space in the Destiny USA mall. It has a bowling arena and a cafe which can be enjoyed by groups. The sports amphitheater is also popular amongst the visitors for watching the big games. For more information about the Revolutions, please see the website.
Located at the crossroads of New York State, the Empire Expo Center is a nonstop showcase of events, performances and expositions.
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.
The New York State Fairgrounds is the site of one of the largest events in the state known as The Great New York State Fair. This event attracts millions of locals and tourists alike and showcases the best in agriculture, education, industry and technology. Apart from the exhibits, there are live performances and exciting games and rides. The state-of-the-art amenities and strategic seating arrangements make the fairgrounds an ideal location for hosting such large-scale events.
The Redhouse Arts Center began on August 2001 and is a center for performing arts. Having humble beginnings as a small group of artists, this center has blossomed and now showcases musical, dance and theater events, houses art installations and also screens movies. This centre also offers courses in performance and visual arts and is a thriving cultural center of the city.
Primary provider of Jazz progamming in concert, cabaret, scholastic and festival settings for Central New York.
The landmark theatre is the only surviving theatre with historical importance from the opulent theatrical venues of the 1920s. It is a participating member of the Arts and Culture Leadership Alliance (ACLA), and is committed to unify the local arts and culture institutions and to advocate for the culturally cohesive city of New York. Apart from offering a wide variety of concerts and other performances, the venue is also available for weddings and other private parties, and continues to sponsor fundraisers for its own activities.
Home of the exquisite Syracues symphony orchestra.