Saratoga Nightlife For The Over 30 Crowd (Soul Age Counts, Too)
Feeling a little over the crowded late-night bars but still too young to stay at home? You're in luck because nightlife in Saratoga is so much more than just hitting the bars or the club!
From evenings listening to classical music under the stars at SPAC to laid back pubs and restaurants where you can sit all night, drinking and chatting with friends, to third-Friday swing at the Saratoga Music Hall, there's always something to do when you don't want to mix with the college crowd, but you're tired of sitting at home watching Netflix.
When You Feel Like Chatting with Friends
You can start pretty early here at the winery, doing tastings, munching on small snacks, and buying a bottle of wine. On weekends the winery features live music of all kinds with a refined atmosphere and a largely 30+ crowd.
A neighborhood bar/ restaurant serving traditional English and Irish specialties with the 'best Fish Fry in town.'
Right on Broadway, the Wine Bar has a sophisticated atmosphere, two floors, and is a great place for a ladies' night out. Enjoy dinner or appetizers & drinks in this refined restaurant and bar.
The Mouzon House is a little garden oasis in Saratoga with an outdoor bar in summer, live jazz and acoustic music, and an atmosphere that reminds us of slow, Southern nights on the porch.
When You're Looking for an Awesome Cocktail
The Bourbon Room
Though the Bourbon Room is located on Caroline Street with some of the busier bars, this intimate bar is perfect for anyone who loves bourbon and bourbon cocktails. The knowledgable staff are never too busy to help you choose the perfect drink to savor.
Hamlet & Ghost
A hand-crafted cocktail bar, Hamlet & Ghost uses fresh, seasonal ingredients in their drinks, offers small plates, and doesn't allow standing! If there's no room at the bar or one of the tables, you have to wait or come back later. Honestly, this is our kind of place.
Want to party outside? The Porch at 15 Church is an awesome little hideaway with handcrafted cocktails, a relaxed vibe, and tends to a 30+ clientele.
When You're Looking for Some Good Music
An intimate Jazz bar, where the cocktail menu includes a choice of over 250 kinds of martinis and single-malt scotches, 9 Maple is the perfect choice if you want to spend a quiet evening together, sit and while away an hour with an excellent glass of Scotch, or catch up with friends.
(SPAC) provides fabulous evening music every summer. You can catch a variety of concerts from Dave Matthews Band to the Philadelphia Orchestra. There is nothing like the rush of seeing your favorite performer live on stage. We recommend getting lawn seats for one of the classical concerts and enjoying the sounds of the symphony washing over you as you gaze up at the stars and sip wine.
Looking for something a little more upbeat? Test your luck at the slots! The Saratoga Casino Hotel has over 1700 slot machines with 1Ã‚Â¢ to $25 games. After gambling visit Vapor Nightclub for a drink or dancing, it tends to have an over 30 crowd.
When You Want a Beer
Olde Saratoga Brewing Company
Sample lagers and ales made in-house at the tasting room just a little bit out of town. Once you've decided on your favorite, you can even buy bottles or a growler to bring home with you when you leave!
Henry St. Taproom
Offering a large selection of ever-changing craft beers and wine in a comfortable and cozy atmosphere at their custom bar, Henry Street is a favorite with the late-20s and 30s crowd. Their food is local with a wide assortment of cheese plates and nightly specials.
Popular for its beer and lovely patio, Druthers is a hotspot in Saratoga for many age groups, but especially the 30-something crowd. Live music on weekend nights make Druthers a great spot for a group who can't decide between dinner and a bar.
When You're Really Looking for Food
For an upscale and swanky feel visit Prime at the Saratoga National Golf Course. On weekends, you can enjoy live music by popular local musicians while you sit watching the sun set over the Saratoga National Golf Club.
Just off the main drag, Chianti offers classy dining and drinks on Division Street.
Make sure to spend Happy Hour here! With cheap appetizers and long cocktail menu, this is the place to be any day of the week.
With an awesome beer selection, and a very cozy atmosphere the Olde Bryan Inn is a great place to spend time with family or friends. We especially love their back patio and fire pit in the spring, summer, and early fall!
A sophisticated restaurant and bar committed to a high standard of food and drink, Max London's is a must-visit in Saratoga.
The Bar at Forno Bistro
An inviting atmosphere with wood fired pizza and cold draft beer, Forno Bistro is on the north end of Broadway and has an awesome covered patio area.