Syracuse Things to Do
Yearly, during the Easter season Oakwood Inn & Conference Center presents the passion play. Transport yourself back in time and to the land of Israel during the time of Jesus' ministry on earth and experience His last few days before and after the crucifixion.Related to:
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Carrier Circle, , Syracuse, Indiana 13206
1100 James Street, , Syracuse, Indiana 13203
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6501 College Drive, , Syracuse, Indiana 13057
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England's Family Dining: Breakfast of Champions! (and lunch to...
Friendly servers, delicious, hot breakfast and lunch specials, good prices, never-ending coffee pot.
Favorite Dish: Omelets of all kinds and corned beef hash hot off the grill and served with a smile.
Occasionally I'll get a plate-sized pancake with maple syrup and butter.
Gropp's Famous Fish of Stroh: If you like fish...this is the place!
You'll enjoy the nautical and fishing theme of the decor at Gropp's.
Very reasonable prices for meals. Fresh salad/soup buffet, good entre selection, variety on dessert bar.
Favorite Dish: Fisherman's all-u-can-eat meal of great breaded fish with baked potato salad bar, soup, and dessert.
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Good Luck: What Nightlife?
Weekly concerts in the park by Syracuse Lake preceded by water skiing demonstrations (summer months).
Bring a telescope or bring a book - not much nightlife in Syracuse.
Kids meet during warm months at the youth center parking lot to compare cars, boyfriend/girlfriends, work, school, and occasionally play some basketball.
New movies available at Pickwick Theatre (108 W Main) for $3.50 + popcorn and soda.
Special events many evenings at Syracuse Lakeside Park across from the Community Center.
Some bars available are The Frog Tavern(dinner cruises out on Lake Wawasee available), RC's Pier, Sleepy Owl Supper Club, Louie's Bar & Grill, South Shore Restaurant, Maxwelton Restaurant & Lounge, Anchor Bar.
Syracuse Off The Beaten Path
See the Amish living out their lifestyle close to Syracuse in the Nappanee area. Horse and buggy, no phone no electric from power company, no school past 8th grade. A unique lifestyle.
You may want to visit Come & Dine in Wakarusa, IN or Amish Acres in Nappanee, IN, or Das Dutchman Essenhaus while in Middlebury, IN. All have great food and Amish hand crafted items available.
If you're into horses, the Amish make good quality harnesses and other leather goods.
Quilts are another specialty.Related to:
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