A Taste of Syracuse University

December 5, 2011

There’s nothing like revisiting your college days. When I was back in Syracuse, my friend and I did a tour of my favorite hang outs around the University’s infamous Marshall Street. Although new additions include chains like Chipotle, the good old classics are still holding strong, so I opted for pizza at Varsity. I haven’t been back since 4 years ago when my professors took us after class. How quickly time flies. I continued my flashback food tour at El Saha, one of my favorite late-night spots, and I’m not the only one that thinks that. A sign in the window said it was rated 29th best late night college eat in the Nation according to complex.com. Already full from pizza, my friend and I split a beef gyro with feta, sprouts, and tzatziki sauce that was just as good as I remembered 4 years back.

Rootbeer float

Pepperoni Pizza

Beef gyro

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One Response to “A Taste of Syracuse University”

  1. Steve Haman Says:

    Congratulations on your “one-year” of success for Camera in the Kitchen! We discovered your blog when searching the internet on Babcock & Miles in Red Lodge, Montana. We are the owners of Babcock & Miles and loved your photos of our store as well as your kind comments. Your photos are amazing and I visit your blog weekly to see and admire your travels and read your stories. Anyhow, we would like your permission to use one of your photos of Babcock & Miles in an upcoming Destination Yellowstone publication. Please contact me at 406-446-1796 or info@babcockand miles.com to discuss further. Thanks. Babcock & Miles, Red Lodge, Montana


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