Here are the places participating in Schenectady’s Restaurant Week

April 4, 2022Updated: April 4, 2022 8:25 a.m. Tara Kitchen in Schenectady is among the restaurants taking part in this week’s Restaurant Week in Schenectady. Provided photo SCHENECTADY — It’s Restaurant Week in Schenectady and nearby communities. In an effort to get diners into local restaurants, more than 15 local businesses […]

Photo of Mike Goodwin


Here are the places participating in Schenectady’s Restaurant Week

Tara Kitchen in Schenectady is among the restaurants taking part in this week’s Restaurant Week in Schenectady.

Provided photo

SCHENECTADY — It’s Restaurant Week in Schenectady and nearby communities.

In an effort to get diners into local restaurants, more than 15 local businesses are offering $30, multi-course meals between Monday and Sunday.

Businesses participating in  Restaurant Week for dinner are:

  • Canvas, Corks and Forks, 402 Union S. | Menu
  • Cornells in Little Italy, 39 N. Jay St. | Menu
  • Dukes Chophouse at Rivers Casino, 1 Rush St. | Menu
  • Grano, 426 State St. | Menu
  • Johnny’s Restaurant, 432 State St. | Menu
  • Katie O’Byrne’s Irish Pub, 121 Wall St. | Menu
  • Manhattan Exchange, 607 Union St. | Menu
  • Mexican Radio, 325 State St. | Menu  | Vegetarian Menu
  • MORE Perreca’s Italian Kitchen, 31 N. Jay St. | Menu
  • Pho Queen, 402 State St. | Menu
  • Tara Kitchen, 431 Liberty St. | Menu
  • Tops American Grill, Bakery & Bar, 351 Duanesburg Road, Rotterdam | Menu
  • Turf Tavern, 40 Mohawk Ave., Scotia | Menu
  • The Waters Edge Lighthouse, 2 Freemans Bridge Road, Glenville | Menu
  • Zen Asian Fusion Lounge, 469 State St. | Menu

Some restaurants are offering $20, 3-course lunch specials.


 

 

Kristian Gul

Next Post

What to Eat and Drink at High Street Place, Boston’s Newest Food Hall

Fri Apr 8 , 2022
Boston’s newest food hall, High Street Place, finally debuts at 100 High St. in downtown Boston on Wednesday, March 2, three and a half years after it was first announced. Connecting two Financial District office buildings, it’s 20,000 square feet of choose-your-own-adventure dining and drinking, where customers can select a […]
What to Eat and Drink at High Street Place, Boston’s Newest Food Hall