Comfort Inn & Suites
99 Miller Road
East Greenbush, NY 12033
Phone: (518) 479-3217
Fax: (518) 479-3167
99 Miller Road , East Greenbush, NY, US, 12033
- Phone: (518) 479-3217
- Fax: (518) 479-3167
Lombardo's Restaurant in Albany serves up traditional Italian-American fare at this popular eatery close to Empire State Plaza. Family favorites like Eggplant or Veal Parmesan, Lobster Tail Fra Diavolo, Linguine alle vongole (Linguine with Clams) and many other pasta dishes with seafood. Chef Raffaele Sainato has been cooking up American interpretations of Calabrese dishes since 1992 and the restaurant is one of most popular in the city with its delicious meals.
Stella del Mare is located in what used to be the city's Little Italy, which was torn down to make way for the Empire State Plaza corridor and booming Interstate 787 back in the 1960's. This Italian grocery sell as variety of imports such as canned tomatoes, deli meats, cheeses, breakfast treats and imported DeCecco and Barilla pastas that cannot be found at your typical grocery store. Grinders can also be made to order and delicacies like Mortadella, Salame and Prosciutto Crudo are sold by the pound.
Not quite the oldest dining establishment in Albany, but one of the oldest, Jack's Oyster House has been serving patrons since 1913. It has remained in the same family since its inception as well, from grandpa to grandson, the kitchen has always been busy with the Rosenstein family. Its classic steak/seafood menu and proximity to the Capital Building make it a popular lunch and dinner spot for the city's politicians and power-elites. The menu changes often, however some of the delectable dishes that remain in rotation include the Filet Mignon, the NY Strip and the Baked Stuffed Lobster Tail. As with most steakhouses, the prices are commensurate with the size of these USDA Prime quality cuts and other treats from the sea.
This popular Italian restaurant has been consistently voted one of the Capital Region's best as an upscale Italian eatery. The menu features locally produced and grown meats and vegetables and fantastic homemade desserts. Also enjoy seasonal menus that are paired with some of the best wines around. Once a year, the restaurants also organizes a trip to Italy to explore the impressive bouquet of flavors found in the Tuscan countryside.
Maurice's serves a variety of hot and cold sandwiches Monday through Friday, catering to the plethora of New York State government employees. Sandwiches and subs are always fresh and made-to-order, and are done on one of six different breads. You can also come in during the morning where breakfast sandwiches and pastries are served until 10:30am. There are other outlets throughout the Capital Region, but this is by far the most popular of the Maurice's Sandwich Shops.
Located in the bottom of a 1930s building, Stagecoach Coffee is one of the most popular coffeehouses close to Empire State Plaza, the New York Capital Building and all of the activity Downtown. This cafe prides itself on roasting Arabica beans in small, 20-pound batches and you can pick up some grounds or beans online or in the store. Stop by for coffee and a pastry, or have your lunch at one of the counters overlooking State Street.
Dunkin' Donuts, the popular Canton, Massachussetts-based donut and coffee shop, is known for their faithful following of donut lovers around the Northeast. You can get single donuts, six-packs or a dozen along with a box of coffee for your crew. Also, be sure to get some Munchkins, a delicious combination of six flavors of donut holes. You can also count on a variety of baked goods like muffins, bagels, cookies and more.
Located on the North Pearl Street, Bayou Cafe has made its mark in the city's nightlife by offering the late-night revelers a vibrant atmosphere that is accentuated by live music events. Particularly famous among the regulars here are the upcoming cover/ tribute bands as well as country musicians like The Elkoholics and Square Pegs, who have performed to a packed house in the past. Apart from live music, Bayou Cafe is also known for serving cajun and creole delicacies with the jumbo-laya wings being a favorite for most of the diners visiting the cafe. As for the beverages, the bar menu comprises an excellent selection of bottled and draft beers like Davidson Bio's Scotch Ale and Labatt Blue Light. Visit the bar on weekday happy hour and you can avail of exciting offers on appetizers and beer. All in all, Bayou Cafe is a perfect spot to make the most out of your night in this city.
Hollow Bar fills the perfect niche in downtown Albany, it has great food and live music and it stays open very late on weekends. The menu lifts pub-grub to a higher standard, with artisan burgers and sandwiches alongside massive mains like Grilled Mahi-Mahi, House Pesto Steak or Wild Salmon over Quinoa. The craft beers behind the bar also feature quality pints to pair with some of the innovative plates on the menu. Entertainment features almost every type of local music on stage, from rockabilly and funk to hip-hop and metal; downtown Albany never had it so good.
A local favorite, this restaurant is known for steak, chops, salads and good times.
Albany's only waterfront restaurant, Riverfront offers casual dining and cocktails in a friendly atmosphere. Enjoy specialties like the Riverfront burger, fish and chips, grilled scallops and more.
Cafe Hollywood is one of the hippest cafes by day and clubs by night on Lark Street. This unassuming spot is a popular hangout, thanks to its nifty decor and their "White Trash Menu," featuring delicacies such as Ramen and Twinkies.