Schenectady Restaurant Updates Reopening Date


Schenectady Restaurant Updates Reopening Date


Back in May, we found out the restaurant was closing. Now, we know when we can expect it to reopen again.

/edit Manhattan Exchange now open.

First, we heard that Manhattan Exchange was closing for good. Then, we heard that they were eventually to open but with new management. Now, we finally have information on when we can expect that.

30-year-old chef Doug Davis who has worked with City Squire, Mazzone Hospitality, and Mallozzi Group took over from Deb LaMalfa, according to the Times Union. LaMalfa announced her retirement last spring after 16 years of running the restaurant.

Now, based on a recent Facebook post, we know that Manhattan Exchange is scheduled to open at the end of this month.

According to the post: “We would like to take the time to reach out to all of our patient supporters and finally!! Have some details for you. Manhattan Exchange is on pace to reopen by the end of this month, just a few more little things to wrap up and we should be ready to get back on path to creating more memories and relationships! Our team has put a lot of care and work into Manhattan Exchange in efforts to safe keep what this establishment is known for. We cherish all of your continued support in the near future and would like to thank you in advance for the opportunity to make this establishment a place for family and friends to gather and create memories. With that being said please stay tuned for a official re-opening date!”

Also noted, they will be bringing back burger night!

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