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526 Westcott St.
Alto Cinco is the Mexican restaurant of your dreams. An extensive menu full of reasonably priced choices and an atmosphere — unmatched by any place on Marshall Street — will keep you coming back to the Westcott Street eatery for more. With 14 types of burritos, 10 quesadillas, and a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan options, there is something for everyone. Since Alto Cinco opened in 1995, the...
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129 Marshall St.
There’s a new kid on Marshall Street and no, it’s not some obscure restaurant no one's heard about … it’s Chipotle, the Mexican fast-food joint taking the country by storm. With more than 1,000 restaurants around the country, it’s safe to say that people all over have jumped on the Chipotle bandwagon, and the University has taken to the place in likely fashion. The chain, which opened on Marshall...
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720 University Ave.
If you’re up early after a late night, or if you want a quick lunch and are tired of the pizza joints and fast food madness of Marshall Street, swing by Syra-Juice Juice Bar & Eatery for a fresh alternative.  When To Go:  Any time.  It is open early and often, ready to serve your needs throughout the day.  Syra-Juice is open from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the week and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m....
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304 E. Onondaga St.
The Mission Restaurant sits nestled at a bizarre four-way intersection in downtown Syracuse, as if ensconced on an urban island, commanding attention from around Columbus Circle. The Mission’s unorthodox surroundings are fitting. Its picturesque location highlights what is arguably the prettiest and most historic dining establishment in the city. The building does not resemble a restaurant, for...