Food & Fun in Albany, NY

Jack's Oyster House: Excellent Dining Experience!!! - See 502 traveler reviews, 73 candid photos, and great deals for Albany, NY, at TripAdvisor.

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Celebrate National Blueberry month with Stoli Blueberri Specials and Saranac Blueberry Beer!
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ROCKS Models, Hotdogs and Extended Happy Hour!

Featuring fine dining and classic American food prepared by award-winning chefs. Recognized annually as the best restaurant in Downtown St. Paul, MN.

Hill Street Cafe just added MC² by Equilibrium Brewery, a IPA - Imperial / Double, rated 4.316 on Untappd to their menu

Come See the Catskills Like Never Before
It’s a short drive from the big city to world-class trails that offer something for every level of hiker. Want to ascend a 2,000-foot mountain and climb a fire tower to reveal breathtaking views? Or walk through the woods to find a secret waterfall? Or even just take a pleasant hour-long stroll around a quiet country lake? You’ll find all this in the Catskills, and when your hike is over, the fun is just beginning. This…

Meet the Gay Kickball Team at ROCKS from 9-12 in the Pub as they pick up their jerseys! Visit for more details!

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Welcome to Jack's Oyster House
Opened in 1913 by Jack Rosenstein, the restaurant has been continuously operated by the same family and is now under the direction of grandson, Brad. Joined by Brad is Executive Chef Larry Schepici. Together, they work to create the ultimate dining experience for you each and every time you visit.

Special guest Noelle Diamond will entertain children ages 0-10 -- alongside their parents and caregivers -- with stories, songs, and a craft. She'll also take photos with families after the one-hour storytime.
Drag Queen Story Hour is a nonprofit organization that "celebrates learning and play, encouraging kids to celebrate gender diversity and all kinds of difference, while building confidence in expressing themselves."

Book tickets & view the latest movie showtimes for SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME at Landmark Theatres Spectrum 8 Theatres,NY

NEW YORK—James M. Dubin, chairman of the Board of Lighthouse Guild, announced Wednesday that Alan R. Morse, JD, PhD will be stepping down later this year as president and CEO of Lighthouse Guild after an extraordinary career of almost 52 years as a leader and innovator in the field of vision and health. “Dr. Morse is an innovator with a deep commitment to providing quality programs and services for people with vision loss,” said Dubin. “His leadership has changed how we as a…

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New overtime law policies could alter who counts as an exempt employee and a non-exempt employee.

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We've got a GREAT day planned for you
We're kicking our already awesome Sunday Funday T-Dance up a notch with a special edition of the CLASSIC REWIND T-Dance Hosted by Ivanna D'ouchae, your bartender, Robbie, DJ London Jae Precise and Executive Chefs Randy and Todd!
ROCKS has invited 102 politicians that are going to be on the primary ballots throughout the Capital Region Sunday to be able to meet and greet and spread their vision and message to you. Come out to meet…

Hill Street Cafe just added Second Fiddle by Fiddlehead Brewing Company, a IPA - Imperial / Double, rated 4.326 on Untappd to their menu

Hill Street Cafe just added The Litmus Test: Volume II by Newburgh Brewing Co., a Sour - Fruited, rated 3.978 on Untappd to their menu