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New businesses are popping up all over the Saratoga region just in time for Spring! From Smashburger to a paint studio where you can sip your favorite beverage... we have you covered on our favorite new spots that have just arrived and those on their way to the area!

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The weather is frigid, and most of us are already daydreaming about July sunshine, sandals and sunscreen. While our puffy jackets, wool sweaters and infinity scarves are doing relatively well keeping us warm this winter in Saratoga, there really is nothing quite like a hot cup of joe to warm you up from the inside out. We've compiled our Favorite 5 Cafes To Help You Survive The Saratoga Winter - so keep calm, and drink up!

Can you believe Chowderfest 2015 is almost here?! If you're like me and crazy for seafood, you're probably wondering where to go this Saturday to find delicious lobster meat, crab claws, clams and other seafood yummies in your chowder samples. Well, good news, we have your road map to find the participants who are serving various seafood chowders this year. (And if you hate seafood or have an allergy, you'll know which places to avoid!)

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As the winter season chills our bones and makes us want to stay inside all day, there really is only one solution to our winter blues: food. As a resident of Saratoga, I understand the amazingness that is Saratoga dining - with the variety, the quality and the service being nothing but top notch. Every year, Saratoga.com conducts the Fab Five Awards, asking locals and visitors for all of their favorite parts of Saratoga. We've decided to put a little twist on the awards, and give you the Top 5 Dishes To Try This Winter, all from our Fab Five Award winners. Enjoy, and prepare to start salivating. 

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If you're from 'toga, you know how great the local food is. With such a wide variety of options from quick snacks to fine full course meals, Saratoga offers some of the best cuisine around - and people are starting to take notice. Saratoga made it big once again on Z Living TV! The Mouzon House, a local Saratoga restaurant, was recently featured for the second time on Good Food America on November 23, 2014!

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I don't know about you, but when Friday night rolls around, I'm ready for a glass of wine and comfort food to help me forget about the crazy week that has finally come to an end. Thankfully, someone was listening to my heavenly request - and yes, you're in luck too! Maestro's Restaurant of Saratoga will now be serving their dinner at the The Saratoga Winery EVERY Friday night. Can you say - Friday night bliss?

Op-Ed by Ashley Dingeman

The DZ Farm Meet the Chefs Event took place this past Sunday, October 12th, and I had the pleasure of attending on behalf of Saratoga.com.

After reviewing the invitation, I had a good idea of what to expect when I arrived at the farm, but reality blew out my prior expectations. The beauty of the property was completely overwhelming at first, initially making you forget where you were.

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Saratoga is recognized for a variety of reasons, from horse races to spas to fine arts and music. Yet, what about a round of applause for 'toga and its vast ethnic cuisine? On October 11, Saratoga Food Fanatic and Network Saratoga are teaming up to present the FIRST annual Saratoga International Flavorfeast, giving your palate the opportunity to try something new!


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September is nearly here and college approaching fast, but before you hit the books, there's so much to do before classes start. The Fab Five awards were announced earlier this summer, and using those as a reference, I present to you the top 5 places to go in Saratoga before summer wraps up.

Travers Day has passed, your skin has absorbed all the UV rays you could possibly imagine, the bathing suit section at Target is almost now fully non-existent, and there seems to be a "back-to-school savings" flyer in your mailbox at least twice a week. What does that mean?...Sadly, the summer is drawing to a close.

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