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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It's not every day you are given time off to go around and explore Saratoga is it? I had the pleasure of exploring the patio dining of downtown Saratoga this past Thursday and I was thoroughly impressed.
If you haven't done or seen these things, then you're not doing Saratoga right. I've compiled a list of things, i.e. places to go or eat and activities to do, that I, and most of Saratoga, consider a crime if you haven't at least tried. So grab a seat and read through this list. If you find something you haven't otherwise heard of, you're welcome, because I've just made your weekend plans for you.
Break out the haggis and stout! Harvey's Irish Pub is set to open this Friday, May 16th in the heart of Saratoga Springs.
Formerly Irish Times, this pub was recently sold and now has new owners. After undergoing renovations it is reopening under a new name: Harvey's Irish Pub & Restaurant.
Here's a look at what you can expect...
Instead of a ribbon cutting this Wednesday, the new Fresh Market in Saratoga will be celebrating their grand opening with a "Cracking of the Parmesan."
We have long awaited the opening since news came out last year that Fresh Market was coming to Saratoga.
But here is why this event shouldn't be missed...
The first-ever Taste of Upstate Wine, Food, & Music Festival will take place this weekend at the Canfield Casino and the Saratoga City Center from April 18th to April 19th, 2014.
Showcasing local wines, beers, food, artisan crafts, and music, the festival is proving that nobody does it better than Upstate NY!
The festival features two fun-filled events on Friday, April 18th and Saturday, April 19th.
Fall is for apple picking and spring is for maple sugaring. Whether you've gone to a local maple festival or you're just in the mood for some of that nectar of the Adirondack gods, check out these maple recipes to satisfy your cravings.
The bluish-white words "The Wine Bar" are illuminated on the sidewalk in front of the picturesque Broadway restaurant that sits lofted above the sidewalk. The Wine Bar's 14-year tenure at this ideal location is getting a refreshing update under new Restaurant Manager Matt Campion and Executive Chef Cameron Nealey.
We may complain about the Polar Vortex and frigid northeastern winds that are seemingly blowing right through our holiday Patagonias, but there are a few things we adore about winter. Cozy sweaters, crackling fires, the Lake George Winter Carnival, Chowderfest, hot Chai tea and, of course, soups!
Here is the breakdown of our top picks for local soups that keep us warm and satiated.
Park Side Eatery, or PSE as owner Michael Hoyt calls it, opened in June after 3 months of renovation and is now the incubator for three other businesses.