Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Ballston Spa. Ballston Spa is a village in Saratoga County, New York, United States. The population was 5,556 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Saratoga County. The village is named after Rev. Eliphalet Ball, a Congregationalist clergyman and an early settler. The village lies on the border of two towns and is partly in the Town of Ballston and partly in the Town of Milton. The village is southwest of Saratoga Springs.
Things to do in Ballston Spa
4 based on 270 reviews
The Whistling Kettle is a full service cafe and tea room with a diverse menu offering for everyone. Paninis, crepes, artisan soups, plenty of salad choices, home made scones, tea sandwiches, beer and wine and over 150+ types of tea. We also offer all our
Always enjoy every meal I have ever had here! A great selection of teas. Always a special hot or iced tea ... the high tea is awesome... had a crepe and house salad and a yummy black iced. Happy to hear it! See you soon.
4 based on 30 reviews
Celebrating 30 years in July of 2019 of serving yummy home-style breakfast and lunch. Good food NOT fast food! Open 7 days from 8:00 am to 2:00ish pm.
A friend just recently told me about this place for breakfast, so we decided to give it a try. It was fantastic. There is such an extensive menu, including specials, that it was challenging to make choices. I had the heart-healthy special, which consisted of poached eggs over cauliflower and spinach as well as whole-grain toast and blueberries. But I also added a side of their hash, which is a specialty. All delicious! My partner ordered the potato pancake and was equally impressed. There is a choice of three coffees, as well. The staff was amazing - very friendly and attentive. At one point my napkin slipped off my lap on to the floor, and before I even realized it a staff person arrived with a replacement. All of this comes at very reasonable prices. The ambience is sort of like a diner There is a counter to sit at as well as tables (not many on the inside, so I'd guess there can be a wait at times; at 11:00 a.m. on a Friday, we were seated right away.). Outside seating also is available. We sat at one of the tables in the window, which is fun. Beverly's can be easy to miss, as it is not highly visible from the street. And this is a case of not judging the book by its cover! Definitely will be back. Open 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. except Tuesdays.
5 based on 9 reviews
Our group comprised of a Brit, an Italian and an American. We found ourselves in the charming Ballston Spa. Already things were going well as there wasn't a chain store in sight! Having partaken in some window shopping, we decided to stop at Nomad Coffee. There was discussion as to whether to bother as none of us had ever enjoyed a good cup of coffee in the U.S. Well Yankee Doodle, spank the pony! Nomad you go top of the pile - way top of the pile. The quality of the coffee would stand up to any self respecting bar in Italy, let alone the U.S. and the tea selection put the usual Liptons offering in the dog house. The couple and their son obviously knew their stuff. They got into tea after visiting Sri Lanka and were well versed in the different types available.We so enjoyed the novel experience of an excellent coffee that we stayed a few hours. The owners were charming, well travelled and most welcoming. We felt right at home.Well worth a detour - and don't miss out on either the crepes or bite size cakes.Excellent value for money and most recommended.
4 based on 17 reviews
Stopped here after placing an order at Curtis Lumber. Never been here but saw it had good reviews. My sandwich was great, staff was friendly and place was very clean. I'll definitely be back!!
I dropped by for an Americano. The hotel's coffee was not that good. My Americano was a little watered down and the wait for the coffee was over five minutes. The staff was very personable which enhanced the experience. Nice modern decor inside with plenty of seating.
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