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 Nealy.
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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.
Right now, you're probably planning your Thanksgiving feast, putting off your holiday shopping, and inevitably dreaming of the moments after the hectic holiday season when you can relax, enjoy the winter, and eat chowder. At least that's what I'm doing, now that the 2014 Chowderfest has been announced!
Gaffney's redesigns their outdoor patio as glass-enclosed dining area perfect for live music and people watching.
On Friday, October 11, at 7:30am in the morning, Jeannette Liebers opened the doors to her much-anticipated Sweet Mimi's Cafe on Phila Street in downtown Saratoga.
The recently opened Greenhouse Salad in downtown Saratoga Springs features salads and wraps that are put together while you wait.
When you're short on time (read: lunch break at work) and you just need to grab a quick bite to eat before fighting the red lights back to the office, it's so easy to just choose a greasy burger and fries out of pure convenience.
Well now you can just as easily grab a freshly tossed salad that is NOT made to order sitting on a shelf somewhere. They make everything fresh right in front of you at Greenhouse Salad, and great food isn't the only the only thing that has been attracting loyal customers to this Railroad Place eatery.
Peabody's Restaurant in downtown Saratoga Springs reopened Travers weekend under new owners, who unveiled the weeks of hard renovation labor in celebration.
Tucked away on a quiet country road seemingly in the middle of nowhere yet somehow close to it all, there lies a hidden gem that is every bit worth discovering as a cool glass of water in the midst of the desert.
This unpretentious venue with glossy wooden tables and more bottles of beer on the wall than you can sing may soon become your favorite place to grab a quick breakfast or lunch... or possibly even dinner as the Route 67 Country Store and Cafe considers adding a dinner menu to their roster of fresh-from-the-farm selections.
From the humble beginnings of a tired old Harmony Corners X-Tra Mart in 2008, Route 67 Country Store and Cafe first opened in 2009, offering a fully renovated, clean, contemporary community meeting place for residents looking to fill their tanks or tummies in the Charlton area, southwest of Saratoga between Ballston Spa and Amsterdam.
Regulars agree, the specialty breakfast and lunch selections are beyond amazing, featuring honest, fresh ingredients that offer fullness in flavor with every bite, including vegetarian and gluten-free options. Get your meal to go, or slow down and sit down with a glass of their homemade lemonade and take it all in.
A new Juice Bar recently opened in Saratoga with all the furnishings of the hip new fresh juice craze in Manhattan. Quench your thirst with a healthy choice this track season -- this new style of juice has more vitamins and nutrients than ever! Try some great juice at the "Saratoga Juice Bar!"