Category Archives: Marshall Street

Faegan’s Pub



734 S. Crouse Avenue

Syracuse, NY, 13210

Phone Number:

(315) 472-4721


Faegan’s menu has a large variety of salads and vegetarian friendly options, like a portobello mushroom burgers. It also has traditional burgers, pasta, fish and a chili bowl. The dinner plate prices vary but most stay in the affordable $10 to $12 range. For more information please call the restaurant at (315) 472- 4721.

Cover Charge

After 9 pm, Faegan’ s charges from $3 to $5 for admission.


Tuesday: Beer Tour

9pm – $2

10pm- $2.25

11pm- $ 2.50

12pm- $2.75

Wednesday: Flip Night (9pm to 2am)

$3.50 all beers


$2 on domestic bottles, drafts and well drinks

$3 on imported beer and high quality alcohol

Friday: Happy Hour (5pm-7pm)

$1 off everything


$2 for bottles


$2 Magic Hat drafts

$3 Long Island Iced Teas


Chuck’s Café

American Cuisine, Photo Credit: Reece Jackson

A campus favorite Chuck’s Café is a bar located on 727 S Crouse Ave behind Marshall Street. Chuck’s Café is one of the 4 major dive bars on the Syracuse University campus. If you’re looking for a funky bar with a lot of character, Chucks is definitely a staple for the nightlife on the SU hill. Feel free to bring a sharpie and tag your name on the wall to leave your mark when you visit!


Chuck’s menu offers traditional American food as well as a large variety of appetizers. Among the crowd favorites are spinach artichoke dip, humus with pita bread and chili cheese fries.

Their Monday Special includes $2 burgers and on Sunday wings are 25 cents.

Happy Hour is Monday – Friday 11 am to 8 pm.


As overwhelming as it may seem, Chuck’s is known for its loud ambiance. However the large locale, with graffiti covered walls and tables accompanied with the music isn’t hard to get accustomed to. The rowdiness and student vibe makes it apparent as why Chuck’s is a favorite amongst the Syracuse student body. Though weeknights can often be slow the weekend crowd makes up for the it. Considering how inviting their happy hour is, students can be found at Chuck’s at almost any time of the day. Often times during the week, students go to Chucks to relax, eat and have a beer before continuing on with their daily schedule.

Apart from food and drinks, Chuck’s often plays 80’s and 90’s classic rock hits as well as popular modern popular song. The bar is equipped with several big screen TVs playing the most current sports events, Chuck’s also has two pool tables, dart board machines, and basketball shooting machines, therefore there is no excuse for costumers to ever get bored.

Chuck’s gets very busy Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights, and game days so if you are looking to find a place to sit arriving early is recommended.

Chuck’s has a very strict 21 and over policy and always checks IDs. After 6 pm identification is required a the door. During the day underage patrons can order food but the bartenders will check IDs whenever an alcoholic beverage is ordered.

Cover Charge

Chuck’s starts charging $2 cover at 9:00 pm, and after 12:00 am it increases to $5. On Wednesdays nights there is no cover charge.


Happy Hour:

Monday- Friday: (11am to 8pm)

$3.50 Pitchers of Miller Light, Honey Brown, Yuegling, Keystone Light and Miller 64

Monday: (11am to 8pm)

$2 burgers

Thursday: After 8pm, $1.50 Bud Light Bottles

Friday: All day

$3.50 Pitchers of Miller Light, Honey Brown, Yuegling, Keystone Light and Miller 64

Contact Information

727 S. Crouse Ave Syracuse, NY 13210

Phone Number:
(315) 477-144

Business Hours:
Monday – Sunday 11:00am to last call (2:00 am)



Photo cred: Stefanee Brody
Sign found outside of AppeThaizing.



Is a delicious Thai restaurant located on South Crouse Avenue, located across from CVS and down the block from Marshall Street. AppeThaizing offers a catering service that has become increasingly  popular. Their food is also available to order through, if you can’t make it to the restaurant. The entrees and appetizers are decently priced as well.


AppeThaizing, has a  wide range of delicious entrees such as noodles, sautéed dishes with chicken, beef, vegetables, and shrimp, as well as curry dishes.

For appetizers, they offer shrimp, chicken satay, priced around $6.29, appeThaizing Rolls, priced around $5.99, appeThaizing Veggie Rolls, priced around $5.79, and tofu.

Their soup features Tom Yum, priced around $3.99-$4.79, a famous Thai lemongrass soup.

Along with their most popular entrée, Pad Thai, priced around $10.99-$12.99, there are also other noodle entrees to choose from like Pad Kee Mow, priced around $10.99-$12.99. This is a spicy dish, made from flat rice noodle, and is sautéed with egg, chili, broccoli, Asian greens, tomatoes, and basil. All of the soups and noodles come along with your choice of shrimp, chicken, tofu, and beef (beef comes with the noodle entrees only).

They also offer fish and salads. For drinks they serve a wide array of wines and beers along with other typical beverages.


The service is quick and friendly, and it is a popular spot for both lunch and dinner. It is located right on campus, and the staff is always friendly. The dining resembles  a cafeteria setting, except it is very well kept, and more casual than fancy.

Hours and Contact Information

AppeThaizing is open Mondays through Fridays from 11:00AM-9:00PM. Lunch hours are from 11:00AM -4:00PM, and dinner hours are from 4:00PM-9:00pm. On Saturdays, the restaurant is closed for lunch, but is open for dinner from 4:00PM-9:00PM. AppeThaizing is closed on Sundays. It’s located at Campus Plaza, 727 S. Crouse Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13210.

Bleu Monkey

Bleu Monkey is a Japanese restaurant located in the middle of Marshall Street, sandwiched between other stores. More upscale than Oishi Sushi, and slightly more expensive, Bleu Monkey is great for lunch, dinner, and also delivery. With a plethora of Japanese foods, and probably the best bento box offering around, Bleu Monkey is great for dinner with friends, family, or even for a date.

Photo credit Gen Red Thomas

The menu at Bleu Monkey has all of your Japanese favorites. There is a great selection of salads, appetizers, bentos, sushi dinners, party platters, desserts, and of course, sushi. The only place in the area offerings “large rolls”, these are great to share with others as they come with more pieces than the regular-sized rolls. There is a large selection of sushi and sushi bar items, as well as add-ons so that you can get the most out of your fresh fish. One of Bleu Monkey’s big draws is their noodle bowls. Udon, soba, rice, flat rice, Roman, tofu, or yam noodles can be chosen, along with vegetables and broths.

With a mix of booths, chair tables, and a sushi bar, there are many dining options. Ambient lighting is done all day round, and the décor is pretty fancy. The service is prompt and delivery is always within a reasonable amount of time.

Hours and Contact Information
163 Marshall St.
(315) 474 0099

Oishi Sushi

Oishi Sushi is a Japanese restaurant located perpendicular to Marshall Street, across the road from Crouse Hospital Garage. Oishi means “delicious” in Japanese, and this place certainly is! With prices slightly cheaper, but comparable to Bleu Monkey, it has a more casual atmosphere with a few tables and booths. Great for lunch or a quick dinner.

Photo credit Gen Red Thomas

Here you can find all of the Japanese staples—sushi, udon, yakisoba, don dishes, and bento boxes for a cheap way to try a few things. The most popular menu items are the lunch and dinner bento boxes, along with shumai and tempura rolls. There is a good selection of specialty rolls dinners including donburi, hibachi items, and dessert.

Oishi Sushi is popular for lunch and delivery. The wait for food, both in restaurant and for orders, is never too long and they always bring everything. A plus to ordering online is that if you order twenty dollars or more, there are free extras you can get such as a can of soda, seaweed salad, or even spicy rolls.

Hours and Contact Information
713 South Crouse Ave.
(315) 580 3043
Monday through Saturday 11:00am – 12:45am
Sunday 12:00pm – 12:45am



Komachi is a Japanese Restaurant located off of South Crouse Street in the alleyway behind Marshall Street. Komachi will deliver to anywhere in the university area for a $2 charge and there is no order minimum. They operate from five to nine pm every night. Komachi offers a variety of different Japanese and Korean foods, though they are more expensive than Japanese alternatives, such as Oishi Sushi and Bleu Monkey.This is the only Korean Restaurant in the area that delivers.

Photo by Alex Rouse

Restaurant Key Info

  • Price: $$$$ (out of 5) Huge variety of Sushi from $4-$13.
  • Wide variety of Japanese noodle, don, katsu, and teriyaki dishes as well as Korean favorites
  • Lots of combo meals.


Komachi serves primarily Japanese food but also has a good variety of Korean dishes. Their menu starts off with a list of appetizers that vary from steamed shrimp dumplings to sashimi, which is a sushi dish. These appetizers run from about $4 up to $10 which isn’t bad for the amount of food you get. Their food selection then goes to a list of full meal items that include some kind of meat either deep fried or broiled in a teriyaki sauce and rice, salad, and a type of soup. These items are a bit more expensive and range from $10.99 up to $17.99. Next the menu moves to a noodle section where you can choose from different noodle dishes for  about $10 including yaki udon, yakisoba, soups.
Finally we can move on to the sushi. A good portion of the menu consists of sushi related items and can vary from an entire meal based around a California roll to ordering two individual pieces of sushi. There are 37 different types of a la carte rolls that you can order as well as 10 individual a la carte items that you can choose from. The rolls go from expensive as $15.99 for a Power Roll which consists of lobster California roll on the outside and eel on the inside. The cheapest rolls are for $3.99 and range from a tuna roll to a vegetable roll.
The entire backside of the menu consists of lunch specials either in a box, or straight from the sushi bar. The box specials consist of a variety of different items packaged together in a box, usually consisting of rice with some kind of sushi roll, and possibly a meat with some Japanese sauce on it. These run from $7.99 to $12.99.

727 S. Crouse Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13210

Phone: 315-476-2400