13th Annual Downtown Syracuse Dining Week Begins February 15th
Posted on February 8, 2017
(waer.org) Downtown Dining week is aiming to keep restaurants busy as usual this time of year. Starting February 15th, 32 participating restaurants will offer three course meals for $25 dollars or less. It’s the most participation from businesses the event has ever experienced during its 13 year run. Executive Director of the Downtown Committee, Merike Treier says the event attracts customers from all over Central New York for high quality, fine dining.
“We do get folks from Onondaga County but, many of our surrounding counties, as well. I mean, this is such easily commutable area. But, usually the restaurants, we have people that go to their favorites year after year and then we have folks that are checking the menus daily planning out with their friends what new restaurants they want to try.”
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