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
Bars & Cafes
The deep red colored lights of this club will grab your attention. Comfortable yet lively ambiance of Red Square will simply not make you want to leave this place. A great music venue to relax and lounge, Red Square offers live music and is privy to several bands every week. Some of the bands playing at this venue include Eclectic Method, The Nightmare River Band, The Have Nots and the Future Rock. A great place to hold private parties, this club undoubtedly attracts the city's hip and young crowd.
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.
So, it is Saturday night, and you and your friends decide to head out for a fun night, but you cannot reach a consensus on the kind of place you want to head to. Some of you want to head to a live music bar, while others want to dance the night away in a club. What do you do in such a situation? Well, you head to Jillian's of Albany. A complete entertainment experience awaits you here; a bar, a nightclub, and concert space all rolled into one. Spread over three floors, Jillian's of Albany is packed with the promise of a memorable night out. See the website or call to know 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.
Emack and Bolio's is a friendly neighborhood joint which serves diners a range of lattes, freshly-squeezed juices, pastries, smoothies, chocolates and more. Live music awaits you every Friday and Saturday, while a gift shop is stocked with toys and bric-a-brac.
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.
This family-run business on Lark Street has been around since 1976, selling their freshly roasted coffees and promoting local musicians with Thursday-night live performances. Downstairs is the café where you can get Belgian waffles, pastries, Italian sodas, smoothies, over sized Ruebens and all sorts of coffee drinks that are all homemade. Upstairs is the retail store where you can find the Daily Grind blends as well as all the coffee accessories you might need to make the perfect brew at home. Bring your laptop and hop onto the free Wi-Fi while sipping your drink.
A local favorite, Mamoun's Mideast Café serves up some of the finest falafel in the city along with tamarind juice and Turkish coffee. This small, 12-table restaurant has sit-down and counter seating, but you can also get food to go. There are plenty of vegetarian options and sweet treats that you can get to accompany your meal.
This eponymous restaurant of Paul Lombardi has been delighting the people of Albany with tantalizing Italian fares, since its inception in 1986. The cuisine offered here follows authentic Italian recipes embellished with a hint of contemporary flair. An array of pasta, seafood, chicken and seafood dishes can be feasted upon. Choose from their extensive collection of wines and beer to complement your food. They also offer a special bambino menu for all their little guests. The outdoor patio is a vibrant space to dine in, during summers; when you can sip on relishing cocktails while enjoying the pleasant breeze.
The Panichi family has created a haven for families to enjoy a wonderful dinner at Nichi's Restaurant and Pub. The menu features American classics chicken, seafood, chops and veal preparations. They also offer tantalizing steaks, pizzas, soups and pastas. On some nights the place is enlivened by various performances, ranging from comedy shows that fill the place riotous laughter to interactive mystery performances that creates a thrilling atmosphere. Check the website for event schedule to participate.