Finding Apartments for Rent in Syracuse, NY
Finding apartments in Syracuse, NY to suit your needs should be easy. The cost of living in Syracuse is 11.10% lower than the U.S. average. That means you’ll get a much nicer apartment in Syracuse than in most other cities for the same amount of money. Syracuse is more than just a central NY city - it's also a diverse metropolis with something for everyone. Cultural, educational and recreational opportunities are widely available. However, to truly experience the city at its finest, you have to live here. With reasonable rents and a fairly low unemployment rate you have much to choose from.
Shopping in Syracuse, NY
Green Hills Farm is an excellent place to find fresh baked goods, deli meats and produce. It’s a family business that was founded in 1934. Be sure to try their fresh doughnuts for a breakfast treat. Their delicious sweet corn is grown on their Syracuse family farm. Produce is always fresh because it comes from local farmers. The shop is open 7 days a week from 6 AM till 10 PM.
Central New York Regional Farmers & Flea Market has been around since 1933. As one of New York State's largest farm and flea markets, it’s the place to go if you enjoy fresh produce and flowers. Drop in on the Sunday flea market while you’re there. Maybe you’ll uncover your next treasure.
Cazenovia Historic Business District is a lovely nearby historic place to shop. For a change from Syracuse’s more urban setting a short 30 minute trip will bring you to the Village of Cazenovia and its lovely lake. The business district is officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You’ll find old world charm in this small village founded in 1793. It’s well known for crafts and charming coffeehouses. If you’re looking for antique period pieces to bring character to your home, take a look at restored furniture that you can buy locally. Fabrics and art galleries offer charming products not easily found elsewhere. You can take a break from shopping at a coffee shop or restaurant or sit by the lovely lake.
Dining in Syracuse, NY
Jolime is a fabulous Ma and Pa dining place located in downtown Syracuse. They describe the secret of their delicious food as fresh produce obtained from local farmers in season. Would you like the most delicious BLT ever, fresh baked breads, fresh, local coffee from roaster Paul De Lima of Syracuse? Enjoy fresh soups to go and scrumptious breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. The café’s décor is sleek and attractive, enhancing its perfection.
The Dinosaur BBQ in Syracuse is adorable and also has an extensive and yummy menu. It opens at noon for lunch and stays open till 10 PM. You will find memorable dishes such as pulled pork, collard greens, green tomatoes, corn bread and BBQ chicken. Side dishes that come with your meal such as baked beans and chili are included. The Dinosaur is a favorite place for Syracuse residents and those who pass through from time to time.
New Century Vietnamese Restaurant in Syracuse has a flavorful Asian menu with a variety of soup, noodle and vegetable dishes. It’s open for lunch and dinner every day but Tuesday. You’ll enjoy the wonderful tastes, aromas and low prices.
Nightlife in Syracuse, NY
The Landmark theatre is a historic classical theater that’s been meticulously renovated. You can check their schedule of events to identify movies or other performances that interest you. The theater is also available to rent for private or public functions.
Funk N Waffles is a coffee tea and music venue. Alcoholic beverages aren’t served but most people enjoy the food and the music. For dinner and a show in the inexpensive range it really can’t be beat. Owner Adam Gold's band, Sophistafunk got started here and it’s as authentic a coffeehouse as you’ll find anywhere.
Transportation Options in Syracuse, NY
Syracuse airport connects you with major east coast cities, including Boston, Philadelphia, Orlando, New York City and Atlanta, as well as Chicago and Toronto.
Use the Centro Trip Planner for information on getting around the city by bus.
Weather in Syracuse, NY
Winter snows can be pretty impressive in Syracuse. In 2013 to 2014 132 inches of snow fell. On the bright side, ski lovers should be happy. The months of May, June, July, August and September are fairly warm. The average for May was 53 F to 62 F. June’s average temperature was in the 60’s, July in the low 70’s, August was 67 to 71 and September 56 to 67. Forty inches of rain fell in 2013.View Apartments in Syracuse, New York
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