Prime at Saratoga National announced the opening of The Village at Prime, seven solar-powered, heated pods for dining on the patio through the winter months.
The Village at Prime will be available during the restaurant’s regular lunch and dinner hours, currently Wednesday through Saturday beginning at 11:30 a.m. for lunch and 5:30 p.m. for dinner.
The SolarFi pods are solar powered and range in size to accommodate from two to 10 people. They are each uniquely decorated and include medical-grade hepa air filters and USB charging ports. They are 100 percent UV resistant and made from 100 percent recycled material. SolarFi partners with restaurants by offering lease, or revenue share opportunities, according to the company.
“People are looking for special dining experiences, even during the pandemic,” said Heather O’Neil, general manager of Prime at Saratoga National. “The Village at Prime is a way for people to enjoy a special night out, while staying safe and practicing social distancing.”
The Village at Prime is a partnership with SolarFi, the same company who provides the outdoor pods at New York City’s Eataly and New York Fashion week. The company’s focus is on providing a safe way to enjoy the outdoors utilizing clean energy, accessibility and comfort.
Mazzone Hospitality, the owner of Prime at Saratoga National is one of the latest industry giants to collaborate with SolarFi.
“We are honored to partner with the leading hospitality group in upstate New York,” said Antonio Dixon, SolarFi’s creative director. “Mazzone Hospitality and Prime at Saratoga National are more than a caterer and restaurant. They are the best of the best.”
To tour the spaces and learn more about making a reservations at Prime at Saratoga National, call 518-583-4653 ext. 2, 518-306-2330, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.