SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- It's all about sharing your food at this new business in Syracuse. Small Plates of Detroit has transformed the former PJ Dorsey's Pub and Grill on Walton Street.
The new place is based off a restaurant in Detroit, hence the name. It can hold more than 200 diners and features graffiti artwork by a Detroit artist on some of the walls.
It's easy to see what makes them different from most restaurants.
"The thing about small plates is how they serve the food. Everything is done in a communal or sharable fashion. People who come in are recommended to get two to three things each. The menu ranges between $7 to $17," said Adam Eagan, Small Plates Detroit General Manager.
Small Plates Detroit is open seven days a week. They open at 11:30 a.m. every day and stay open until midnight on the weekends.