A pre-holiday Shop, Sip & Stroll event is among them. The first event of its kind in Saratoga Springs, sponsored by Saratoga.com, is attracting a lot of “likes, shares and comments” on Facebook. It will take place 5-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16. in downtown Saratoga Springs.
The Adirondack Sports Winter Expo returns to the Saratoga Springs City Center on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 19 and 20. The show features 100 exhibitors covering all winter sports and things attendees need for alpine skiing, cross country skiing,...
The Saratoga Revolution Inc., a newly created New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL) team, is coming to Saratoga County starting in the 2017 summer season.
The Saratoga Revolution is owned by Tom and Kim Coons and will be made up of collegiate baseball players from across the country.
The Moxie on Maple is a new salon to open in the Spa City at 19 Maple Avenue.
Co-owners Jennifer Marshall and Lisa Bernunzio have been involved in the industry for several years. Bernunzio lived and worked in New York City, attending the Carsten-Aveda Institute and working as a hair stylist. Marshall is from the local region and has worked in salons in the area.
It seems only fitting that the grand opening of the restaurant Nostalgia Ale House and Wine Bar was held on the 50th birthday of owner Kirsten Dahlgren. The restaurant, on Saratoga Lake at 113 Route 9P, combines a sense of warm memories, good food and drinks, family and friends, all things close to Dahlgren’s heart.
Dahlgren, along with co-owner Anthony DiDonna and a staff of 12, opened the restaurant based on the idea that it would have as a casual atmosphere filled with joyful reminders of the past. Dahlgren said they put a lot of time and effort into finding just the right things to pull the “nostalgia” theme together.
People looking for an authentic New England seafood experience do not have to drive to the ocean. It can be found in Saratoga Springs at Eddie F’s Deli & More, opened by Ed Fazzone and his wife Lisa .
The business is located at 119 Clinton St. in the building locals have commonly referred to as “the pink store.”
Construction is about to begin on a Market 32 supermarket in western Clifton Park, near the intersection of routes 146 and 146A.
The Golub Corp., which owns Price Chopper/Market 32 stores is building the store under its new moniker, hopes to open by early next summer. They cleared the last administrative hurdle–zoning board approval of proposed signage–in mid-October.
The owner of the Epiphany of Hair Salon on Doubleday Avenue in Ballston Spa has expanded, opening a second location in Glens Falls.
James Joseph has opened Epiphany North Hair Design at 8 Maple St.
“I wanted to come up north to share my knowledge, share my vision,” said Joseph. “There’s an authentic feel here in Glens Falls. Businesses here support each other. Everybody has been very welcoming.”
The doors of BurgerFi, at 460 Broadway in downtown Saratoga Springs, opened for business on Oct. 24.
The restaurant serves up juicy, Angus beef burgers that the company says are made without steroids, antibiotics, growth hormones, chemicals and additives.