Syracuse, N.Y. - Get ready for the Kool-Aid pickles and lady pea stew. With Love, Restaurant on the city's North Side will open Thursday with its third menu - Lowcountry cooking with influences from Congolese and Filipino recipes. The mixed menu was written by Venus Likulumbi, a Syracuse native and the restaurant's newest entrepreneur in residence. Likulumbi, 51, grew up in Syracuse. Her father was from Africa, her step-father from Savannah, a key city in Lowcountry cuisine.
Camillus, N.Y. - Mo's Pit Barbecue will more than double its size when it moves into a new space on Newport Road. The change means Mo's, which first opened in 2010, will be able to host banquets and parties. The restaurant has applied for a full liquor license at the new location. And the larger building means Mo's will have a separate space for take-out orders. "Right now, half our business is take out," said owner Kevin Morrissey.
Syracuse, N.Y. - Nick's Tomato Pie closed last Wednesday after its western wall - the one adjacent to construction for the Citronelle project - dropped a few inches, according to a city hall official. It's not clear that the construction of Citronelle - a restaurant, bar and banquet facility under construction in Armory Square - was the direct cause of the wall's shift, according to Ken Towsley, the city's director of code enforcement.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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