Are you on the hunt for something new to do in Syracuse, but think you've done or experienced all that Onondaga County has to offer? (We bet you haven't!) Looking for a new restaurant, bar, or activity to check out in the near future? Discover what's new in Syracuse, NY and the greater Onondaga County area with our rotating list. Check in often to plan your next fun day out in Syracuse.
Emerald Cocktail Kitchen
Syracuse’s first rooftop bar opened for the summer of 2023. Located in the historic Tipperary hill, Emerald Cocktail Kitchen, est. 2021, was founded by mother-daughter pair Michele and Nora Roesch. ECK is a three floor & roof top bar and restaurant providing a variety of cocktails, food and experiences to the Central New York area. Perfect for your next date night, friends get together, or relaxing summer evening. With great views of the Syracuse city skyline you’ll be sure to want to come back, as soon as you leave.
Cafe Blue just opened in the Syracuse Inner Harbor, but their business is not new to the Syracuse community. What started out as a delicious and tasty pastry food truck has turned into a brick and mortar cafe in the heart of the Inner Harbor. This darling cafe will be offering breakfast and lunch specials along with a variety of teas and coffees to try.
Beyond the Boom
The Boom Beyond, Boom Babies Vintage Collection, is a new store that's been 40+ years in the making. The store, located a few doors down from the original Boom Babies in the Westcott neighborhood of Syracuse, consists of the prized collection of Boom Babies founder and vintage lover, the late Lorraine Koury. You'll see unique items in a variety of categories like women's and men's clothing, shoes, accessories and furniture. Whether you're a vintage newbie, a serious collector or looking to sell vintage items, this is a must-stop shop. You'll never know what you'll find!
A new ice cream spot has opened this summer and is serving up cool treats to help beat the heat in Solvay, NY. Solvay Scoops will feature other Syracuse staples like Gannons Homemade Ice Cream and Hoffman hot dogs. Next time you’re craving a sweet treat, go check them out, their address is 2111 Milton Ave in Solvay, NY.