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Wise Guys Comedy Club

Downtown Syracuse area, where Wise Guys Comedy     Club is located: 201 S Salina Street Syracuse, NY 

General Information
The club has been around since 1985 and is considered to be one of the premier comedy club in the area of Syracuse. It has featured nationally known stars such as Andrew Dice Clay, Ray Romano, Kevin James and The Unknown Comic. Comedians have also been known to drop in and attend a show, often giving them positive reviews.

The showroom where the entertainment takes place is on the club’s lower level, where as dining is located on the upper level. The showroom seats 110 guests on a first-come first-served basis in order to create a more intimate and personable atmosphere amongst the audience. Seating is done about 15 minutes before show time and Wise Guys Comedy Club claims that “there is no bad seat in the house.” There is tableside cocktail service available at ever sow and no drink minimums are required.

What many find convenient about Wise Guys Comedy Club is the fact that when going seeing a show, one can go to dinner before or after all within the same place. Lunch is offered starting at 11am, running until 2pm. The lunch menu features salads, sandwiches, and wraps as well as all available drinks on the menu. The pub are is open from the end of lunch until the club closes, featuring a similar menu to the lunch menu, with a few differences including pizza and a different selection of sandwiches. The dinner menu, which is only available Wednesday through Saturday, features entrees such as steaks, chicken, and seafood on top of what was is offered at the pub.

Though there are no cover charges, tickets for shows cost $15 each.
201 S Salina Street
Syracuse, NY 13204

Dining Reservations: (315) 214-4596
Comedy Reservations: (315) 477-9898


The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology

Outside of The M.O.S.T
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The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology, commonly referred to as The “M.O.S.T”, includes multiple hands on exhibits, a gift shop, planetarium and an IMAX movie theater. The M.O.S.T hosts a science playhouse with trajectory devices and sound tube bridges. There’s always something new to do and see because the M.O.S.T exhibits, movies and change regularly.

The M.O.S.T is a great place for children so bring all of the young ones Downtown Syracuse to this museum. The M.O.S.T is the ideal location if you are looking to host a children’s . Do not fret! The MOST is the ideal location for corporate receptions, networking events, and holiday parties.


Exhibit hall only: ; passes are available too.

Adults: $8.00

Children: $7.00

Seniors: $7.00

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Reviews for the M.O.S.T can be found via Yelp


Sakana-Ya is a Japanese sushi restaurant located downtown on Walton Street. It is a kaiten-zushi restaurant, or a place where conveyer-belt sushi is served. Patrons take a seat at the bar and sushi, gyoza, seaweed salads, and other sushi-bar food is served in colored plates. The plates slowly trek by on a conveyer belt that surrounds the edge of the bar-top. Pricing is based on the color of the dish, and a list of prices is available every few seats. Sakana-Ya is most packed on Mondays, as all sushi is half-price.

Photo credit Gen Red Thomas

All sushi bar foods and entrees, including noodles are served upon request. If you do not see the kind of sushi or roll on the conveyer belt, servers come around to ask for requests. The conveyer vet service is great for people who are in a rush, and is a cool way to try something new if it looks good to you. Sake, beer, and wine are also available.

The design for the restaurant is very upscale, well-lit, and vibrant. The actual dining area feels small, as it is not very wide, but can seat around twenty-five people at one time. There are white and blue lights all around, but the lighting is soft as they are not direct sources. In conclusion, the place is very well lit and vibrant. There is most always a wait on Mondays, but other days of the week are not as bad. People dress in both fancier and casual clothes and there is no dress code enforced.

Hours and Contact Information
215 Walton St.
(315) 475 0117