Get ready to savor some of the best dining in Syracuse! All NATJA Conference attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy a meal from one of the local restaurants listed below during Thursday’s Dine-Around. Which will you choose?
The York is Syracuse native Danny Vault’s creation. The restaurant & lounge is an expression of his experiences living and working in Manhattan – A taste of New York City dining and nightlife. The York’s decor carries an industrial-chic vibe with refined elements.
The creative menu rotates seasonally with modern and classic dishes that take inspiration from cultures around the world.
Francesca’s Cucina is a family owned Syracuse Italian restaurant located in the heart of Little Italy.
Syracuse Italian restaurants are known for their fantastic Italian American regional specialties such as Utica Greens and Chicken Riggies.
Pastabilities seasonal menus feature a full range of homemade pastas, sauces, salads, and the famous Stretch Bread from their bakery across the street.
Made all from scratch, Pastabilities puts their heart and soul into every menu item.
The Stoop Kitchen is set in a modern place, inclusive for all patrons, with values that are born of the days when folks had the time to hang out and share, and the amount of that time was less important than the way it was filled.
The Stoop Kitchen boasts a wide bar selection, as well as a variety of food offerings from locally-sourced, seasonal products.
Kitty Hoynes is a traditional family-style Irish Pub & Restaurant just like you would find in Ireland, serving Syracuse’s & Central New York’s best Irish food. Chef Damien Brownlow’s food philosophy of fresh local ingredients takes on classic Irish pub fare, mingling old dishes with modern Ireland dishes like bacon & Cabbage, Bangers & Mash, Shepherds Pie, and Fish & Chips.
Kitty Hoyne’s friendliness and unique atmosphere appeals to all age groups, whether for dining, sipping a pint or enjoying great live Irish/Celtic music.
The Mission Restaurant evokes a magical, airy twilight somewhere in Latin America, but buried deep in the basement of the building is a cramped tunnel inscribed with a historic, Central New York magic of its own.
Since 2000, the Mission has prided itself on serving authentically prepared Mexican cuisine while also incorporating dishes from other Latin American countries and the southwestern United States.
XO Taco is a very trendy restaurant that takes a fresh, homemade, and creative spin on the Mexican food it is named after. The atmosphere is fun and cozy.
Choose from a variety of tasty tacos, popular appetizers and drinks!
Citronelle is a New American restaurant and bar drawing influences from France, Spain, Greece, and Italy. The restaurant aspires to provide Syracuse with a space that has the ambiance and energy of a NYC restaurant without the exclusivity.
The menu covers a wide variety of delicious, high-end seafood, steaks, and desserts.