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    Email: pdebari845@gmail.com   Nestled in the foothills of the Hudson Valley New York Region and alongside the oldest winery in the country, Brotherhood Winery!   1839 offers a rustic, laid-back atmosphere coupled with creative, American, Eclectic cuisine and amazing cocktails! We have ample outdoor seating with a cool and serene vibe!   Open Wednesday-Sunday

    1. 1839 Restaurant & Bar

    Email: pdebari845@gmail.com   Nestled in the foothills of the Hudson Valley New York Region and alongside the oldest winery in the country, Brotherhood Winery!   1839 offers a rustic, laid-back atmosphere coupled with creative, American, Eclectic cuisine and amazing cocktails! We have ample outdoor seating with a cool and serene vibe!   Open Wednesday-Sunday
  • 2. Lionheart Pub

    The mighty Lionheart Pub is bursting with atmosphere. Not only does it offer 45 premium draft beers and high-end handles, but its English steel-tip dart boards get so much attention that there are even dart-throwing leagues. Munch on free popcorn as you toss a dart and sip a celebratory beer.
  • 3. Savoy Taproom

    Head to Savoy Taproom, which takes the weekend meal to new heights with build your own mimosa and Bloody Mary days on the first and third Sunday of every month, respectively. To pair with the brunchtime booze, the Albany eatery give French toast a gourmet twist with crème brûlée batter. Here's Where to Get the Read more...
  • 4. Crave

    It may only be five years old, but this burger and frozen yogurt spot is beloved in Albany for its big builds and amped up flavors, including house-ground burgers made with an 85/15 chuck and brisket blend. A house favorite, the French Onion Burger is stuffed full of provolone cheese, topped with caramelized onions and Read more...
  • Ever experience March Madness on an 8.5-foot mega-screen? Lynn’s Uptown Sports Tavern is the perfect spot for everyone’s favorite basketball tournament. With access to some of the top sports packages and 20 TVs, every hour is happy hour at this fun-loving spot. Get Your Irish on at These Happening Hudson Valley Bars
  • 6. The Pearl St. Pub

    Known for its inviting atmosphere and generous portions, the pub is a perfect place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a drink and a bite to eat for a fair price. Lunch starters include the smokehouse nachos and the popular Longhorn burger, stacked with house-smoked pulled pork, fried onions, and drizzled with BBQ sauce, which Read more...
  • Ah, who doesn’t love ye olde English pub? This Albany fixture brings a bit of Great Britain to this side of the Atlantic with British beers, single-malt scotches as well as wine and cocktails. Their gorgeous outdoor garden can’t be beat in summer, and in winter, their multi-story brick interior might as well be set Read more...

    8. Fort Orange Brewing

    In October 2017, three friends with a passion for beer moved their home brewing business into a space in downtown Albany’s booming warehouse district, and named it after a 19th-century brewery that once had been housed nearby. They added a seven-barrel brewing system, began brewing a variety of IPAs, stouts, and seasonal brews (try the Read more...
  • 9. Manory’s

    If the Hudson Valley loves anything, it’s apple cider donuts. Manory’s gets it, which is why it delivers that iconic cinnamon sugar flavor via one very creative French toast. Want even more spice and everything nice? Manory’s makes a cinnamon-packed rendition out of — you guessed it — cinnamon rolls as well. Dig Your Fork Read more...
  • Specializing in playful takes on bar food, the brewery’s Athens pub emphasizes Hudson Valley and NYS ingredients. And while an entire section of the menu is dedicated to local, Kilcoyne Farms grass-fed burgers, the salads are not only craveable, but equally hearty.
  • 11. William Farmer & Sons

  • American Glory is one of the top spots for comfort food in the Hudson Valley. American Glory brines its chicken in buttermilk before frying it and adding it as a topper on a Southern-style biscuit waffle. Where to Find the Crispiest Chicken and Waffles in the Hudson Valley
  • 13. Swoon Kitchenbar

    This stylish restaurant features affordable farm-to-table fare. Menus change seasonally, and the weekly Meatless Monday specials are not to be missed. These Are the Best Burgers Across the Hudson Valley
    Serving scratch-made, diner-style fare, this homey restaurant offers freshly baked breads and pastries, as well as favorites like fried chicken and waffles and the Gracie burger. These Are the Best Burgers Across the Hudson Valley

    15. Grazin’

    You know this place: It’s the squat, steel building sandwiched between two row houses. Inside, they’re serving up grass-fed Black Angus straight from Grazin’ Angus Acres (GAA), owner Dan Gibson’s farm. “Every ounce of meat that we serve, every egg that we serve, comes from our 100 pastured cows, pigs, and chickens,” says General Manager Read more...
  • 16. Mermaid Café

    The eclectic mélange of American, Mexican, and ramen works surprisingly well at this family-friendly café. Don’t skip the latter, made with miso-seaweed or Atticus Farm pork-bone broth and homemade toasted rye noodles.

    17. Mama’s Boy Burgers

    At this popular retro-cool outpost, hyper-local burgers are made with a custom 80/20 blend of grass-fed, grain-finished Black Angus beef from JFF Farm, a mere six miles away. The basic Mama’s Boy on a toasted potato roll is just the start: Make it a double Mama’s Boy, with two three-ounce patties, for twice the caramelized Read more...
      You don’t have to be a club member to eat here, but you’ll certainly feel like a VIP as you dine on the spacious outdoor deck and look out at the first tee and fairway of this historic 160-acre golf course. Menu items such as the Berkshire Summer Salad and the Grilled Pigasso Farm Read more...