Clubs in Syracuse, New York

Clubs in Syracuse, New York
Syracuse, New York offers outdoor enthusiasts great options for daily hikes, ranging from the remote waterfall of the Westkill Mountain to the Burroughs Range, known on a local hiking site as the toughest day trail in the city. Other scenic trails include Kaaterskill Falls (the highest two-tiered waterfall in New York), Mount Tremper (an easy walk with a fire tower) and Ashokan High Point (peaceful walking, blueberries in season). After a long day of hiking, travelers may find the town's offerings for entertainment and sports to be a good mix with dining and entertainment. The clubs in Syracuse provide options from casual to the most sophisticated.

The Century Club

The Century Club of Syracuse was founded in 1876 as a place to dine in style and continues to offer an upscale eatery. A dress code applies (smart casual on the first floor, jackets and ties/professional dress for women on the second floor/Members' Area). Tips and gratuities are not permitted, nor is gambling or smoking (except on designated "Cigar Nights"). Members may bring guests and spouses to eat with them.

480 James Street
Syracuse, NY 13203
(315) 422-6161

Bellevue Country Club

Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the Bellevue Country Club's 18-hole championship course. The club also offers a fitness center, swimming pool, card room, patio dining, formal dining, lounge and members' only grille. Several categories of membership exist for the club; membership applications must include two sponsors, a completed proposal and interview with a club official.

1901 Glenwood Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13207
(315) 475-5151

Singers Karaoke Club

After a long day on the trails, unwind with music and entertainment. Singers Karaoke Club is open to everyone who enjoys music and singing. Held at Singers bar, the club features a theme every night of the week ( Monday: Pop Culture Karaoke; Texas Tuesday) and a full slate of song selections via MP3. You don't have to sing (or sing well) to enjoy a night at Singers, where two karaoke managers will have everyone in a good mood. The club offers a full bar selection and nightly drink specials.

1345 Milton Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13207
(315) 484-7464


Combine dinner and dancing at Ambrosia, serving vegetarian-friendly sushi and other unique menu items plus a large selection of martinis, wine and alcohol. Ambrosia's lounge is open until 2am (food menu available until 10pm).

201 Walton Street
Syracuse, NY 13207
(315) 426-8800


Exercise and sporting enthusiasts will appreciate Drumlins' many offerings. The complex provides a five-lane, 25 yard full-size pool, golf and tennis, plus lessons in all three. Although the club is open to any one, members receive discounts on entrance fees, lessons, dining and more, plus specially reserved tennis courts and tournaments. The on-site restaurant is casual and does not require a dress code.

800 Nottingham Road
Syracuse, NY 13224
(315) 446-4555

Article Written By Filonia LeChat

Fionia LeChat is a technical writer whose major skill sets include the MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher), Photoshop, Paint, desktop publishing, design and graphics. LeChat has a Master of Science in technical writing, a Master of Arts in public relations and communications and a Bachelor of Arts in writing/English.

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