I asked, and you answered. this is what you said was your favorite date night spot in Saratoga. As always, if there are any that we missed, feel free to comment below.
You want to go out for a date night but you want more than just your regular restaurant down the street? Take the drive to Saratoga, experience the area and here are the places you said were best for a date night.
Taverna Novo – 62 Beekman St, Saratoga Springs; focuses on Italian cuisine [see menu here]
Solevo – 55 Phila St, Saratoga Springs; focuses on Italian cuisine [see menu here]
15 Church – 15 Church St, Saratoga Springs; Refined restaurant serving filets, lamb, seafood & craft cocktails, along with a casual patio menu [see menu here]
Forno Bistro – 541 Broadway, Saratoga Springs; Italian dishes & wood-fired pizza in candlelit, Tuscan-style quarters with lively all-season patio [see menu here]
The Brook Tavern – 139 Union Ave, Saratoga Springs; Steak & seafood served in a former 19th-century horse carriage factory with traditional decor [see menu here]
550 Waterfront (now owned by Druthers) – 550 Union Ave, Saratoga Springs; The beer and food selection at this location varies from our staple brewpubs, but has all the Druthers vibes you’re looking for [see menu here]
Olde Bryan Inn – 123 Maple Ave, Saratoga Springs; Old stone house with Revolutionary-era ties now supplying sandwiches, steaks & hearty American fare [see menu here]
Whitman Brewing Company – 20 Lake Ave, Saratoga Springs; [see menu here]
Rhea – 389 Broadway, Saratoga Springs; [see menu here]
9 Maple Ave – 9 Maple Ave # 1, Saratoga Springs; Jazz lounge in 1880s-era digs pours hundreds of single malts & martinis over a mahogany bar [see drink menu here]
Osteria Danny – 26 Henry St, Saratoga Springs; Trattoria featuring modern & classic Italian fare, including pastas & mains, in a convivial space [see menu here]