Students at Onondaga Community College can learn in a new restaurant that will also pay benefits for Syracuse's Northside community. Sarah Robin, the first restaurateur in residence, will have Pakistani food on the menu in the teaching restaurant.
“I want to open my own restaurant in the future so this whole program is helping a lot. I know how to cook but I really want to learn some management skills” Robin said. “So I think this hotel and these skills will help me to really make me the person whom I have to be.”