BIG NEWS! @syracusecrunch announce that they have extended a deal with Tampa Bay Lightning! #7moreyears #newsuites #👀thatviewtho
Party @ the Plaza starting soon! Country Swagg on the Fit Body Bootcamp stage! Come help us close out our summer concert series on a beautiful night 🎤🎶
One week away - Country Swagg performing at Party @ the Plaza in Forman Park! Join @fitbodybootcampofficial and @syracusecrunch for a night of music and drinks!
Happy Labor Day! #Summerisover #kidsbacktoschool #sufootball🏈
Celebrate the long weekend with this Coconut Mojito! Fresh mint, lime Malibu Rum finished with Prosecco. #worldcoconutday 🥥🥂
Enjoy this delicious s’mores drink in the Library Lounge today! #nationaltoastedmarshmallowday #smores #drinks
Happy hour isn’t limited to one hour here!! Visit the Library Lounge for happy hour specials from 3-7, EVERYDAY! 🍺🥂🍾🎉
Skyline views from our 20th floor ballroom. Custom catering. There’s plenty reason to choose Crowne Plaza Syracuse for your wedding venue. Learn more at our website. https://www.cpsyracuse.com/groups/luxury-wedding-venue-syracuse-ny/
#Repost @syracusehistory with @get_repost ・・・ Pictured is 314 Millburn Drive, former home of Lewis Redfield. According to Evamaria Hardin, the home was built around 1812 by Redfield as a one and half-story frame cottage. Redfield was Syracuse’s first journalist and lived in this house when he first published the weekly Onondaga Register, the region’s first newspaper, in 1814. According to the research of Sam Gruber, Redfield also worked as the local postmaster and the house seen above served as a post office until 1829. Several years ago, the home was significantly altered including covering the house’s original facade which Gruber has written was “made of flush boards to imitate masonry.” Redfield is commemorated with a statue located in Forman Park and the adjacent restaurant located inside @crowneplazasyracuse is named in his honor. Redfield had jointly owned the land around Forman Park with Joshua Forman, the founder of #Syracuse, and donated the land to the city before his death in 1882 at the age of 90. #SyracuseHistory
Our golden year is coming up, and we need you to be a part of it. Like this 50 Year Anniversary logo the best of the three? Like this photo to vote for this as your favorite. Your favorite could be the one! The logo with the most votes will be used in all future promotions celebrating our 50 Year Anniversary.
We want you to have a say in the exciting announcements that are coming up as part of our 50 Year Anniversary. Like this photo to vote for this as your favorite of our three 50 Year Anniversary logos. Your favorite could be the one! The logo with the most votes will be used in all future promotions celebrating our 50 Year Anniversary.