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A few of our favorite things, Part 1

The staff at Saratoga Living dish on our favorite food spots and meals around town! Check back next issue, when we travel out of town. more

From dream shoot to decadent treats

There couldn't have been a more perfect pairing with our vintage Lilly Pulitzer dream shoot than the Airstream Catering Company, with its fresh twists on American classics, served out of a … more

Cambridge Valley Farmer's Market: "We are small but mighty!"

Photography by Alicia Bryan   Nestled in the heart of Cambridge between the historic Cambridge Hotel (now a retirement home) and the Country Gals Café, the Cambridge Valley … more

Max London’s in Saratoga Springs Names New Executive Chef

Chef Brady Duhame To Also Lead Culinary Operations For Saratoga Hospitality Group more

“Top Chef” a top draw

Chef challenges are a growing trend at fundraising events in the region, along with a heightened awareness of local food, farms and produce. Whether it was specially built fire pits or chefs on the … more

Sweet treats

The holiday season is brimming with delicacies, especially in the dessert category. Pies, cookies, candies, chocolates and sugar plums dance in our heads as well as our bellies. For Jordan … more

Our Tasty Traditions

Tasty traditions, our timeless return to the taste and smells of foods passed down from generation to generation, are most alluring during the holidays. While some holiday traditions are merely … more

A few of our favorite things, part 2

In “The Sound of Music,” Julie Andrews sings about her favorite things: a strange assortment including raindrops on roses, bright copper kettles, cream-colored ponies, doorbells, silver white … more

Farmer’s Hardware, a tasty respite that honors history

Whether you want a burger at 8 a.m. or French toast at 2 p.m., you’ll be more than satisfied at Farmer’s Hardware. Chef Julia Sanzen and partner Tyler Russell recently returned to the East … more

Sinclair Saratoga: Happy hour for a lifetime? Well, why not!

Through the beer garden, past the picnic tables and into the green-leaf patterned walls of Sinclair Saratoga, there is a pink neon sign that says, “Together is a beautiful place to be.” … more

Pint Sized? Yes. Beer selection? Huge

You'll wish you had thought of this business for downtown Saratoga Springs. But since you didn't, just stop in and enjoy! Pint Sized Small Bar and Bottle Shop at 489 Broadway is a great place … more

New finds

Craving originality? Tastes that tantalize, establish memories and provide a relished respite from hunger? Or maybe a good time is on your menu. Check out these hot spots. You will enjoy. more

Your guide to the sweet days of summer

Tasty Trails

It’s harvest season. Crops are rolling out of the fields and into our kitchens and favorite farm-to-table restaurants. The time is ripe for an autumn adventure, a road trip that revels in our … more

Why Now Is the Best Time to Embrace Local Wine

The roots of American wine are right in our backyard. Brotherhood Winery, in bucolic Washingtonville, was established in 1839 and is the oldest continually operating winery in the country. Other … more

Feast on farm-fresh food created by chefs at outdoor fire pits

Imagine a city with a community farm within the city limits, where people can experience the tranquility of nature and learn how to grow their own food. Pitney Meadows Community Farm in Saratoga … more

Fine food and fancy cars

At the close of every summer, the multi-day Saratoga Wine & Food Festival at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center is an extravaganza for savorers of fine wines and spirits, gourmet food and … more

Our hoppy history

Upstate New York is replete with beer and beverage trails, and there are at least six beer trails that include the Capital Region. There is little doubt that this is a result of Gov. Andrew … more

Apple goodness, right to the core

There’s a particular deep, bright blue in the sky and a slight chill to the air that announces apple season has arrived. New York state produces the most apples after Washington state, and … more

Flavor country, ahead

In the autumn, the colors on the rolling hills of Washington County and the mountains of the southern Adirondacks rival anything you can see in Vermont, and New York’s backroads are more peaceful, … more
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