Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Schuylerville, New York, United States. Schuylerville is a village in Saratoga County, New York, United States. The village is located in the northeast part of the Town of Saratoga, east of Saratoga Springs. The Village of Victory is adjacent to Schuylerville to the southwest and the Hudson River forms the village's eastern border. The population was 1,386 at the 2010 census. The village was incorporated in 1831 and is named after the Schuyler family, a prominent family of Dutch descent in colonial America.
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nice looking front with large glass windows and clean bright store with lots of options besides just dairy products. But the smell permeates the area both inside and out. My wife could smell it on the bag when I brought ice cream home to her. My son and I went there for father's day. He loved the brownie sundae. My milk shake was good. The vanilla ice cream is thick and not too sweet but the raspberry fudge swirl had freezer burn. They sell milk and cheese as well as small selection of gifts. Its off the beaten path but worth the trip if you have never been to a working dairy farm. Maybe the smell will go away once spring planting is over?
Just Meats has always been a great place to get any meats, cheeses, breads, sides, or sandwiches. They use Boars Head meats which are the highest quality. My personal favorite sandwich is the Lake Cossayuna which is a grilled panini with turkey, cheese, bacon, and a fantastic garlic aioli. They have a wide assortment of baked goods, take home dinners, side dishes, and fresh burgers, steaks, and chops. You won't be disappointed with your order.
4 based on 9 reviews
I ate I went home and burped for hours, Something wasnt right same for my wife. Food is nothing special but it is gassy.Sorry to hear of your experience! I hope the one star rating is about the indigestion and not the food... If you try us again, we can always try to work with certain dietary restrictions. Thanks for the feedback.
A friend and I stopped here for lunch after biking south from Fort Edward to the Schuyler House. Offers sandwiches, salads and more. The sandwiches were great. Many of them are named after Revolutionary War figures associated with the Battles of Saratoga. The atmosphere is casual. You place your order at the counter and it is brought to you when ready. The weather was a little too cool for the outdoor deck this day, but the view is wonderful. More people should know about this place, located near the post office.
4 based on 16 reviews
Just ran i nto this on accident, looking for breakfast and we're completely satisfied.And the bill didn't break the bank either.If I could change one thing, I might get real OJ instead of SunnyD.
4 based on 30 reviews
Another stop on a road trip. We had a couple of the small pizzas which are actually enough for two people to share if you order a salad or side dish with them. The vegetarian pizza was flavorful. The black horse was a little greasier from the meat. but also flavorful. The food came quickly and the restaurant filled up as we had our dinner. The town has a pleasant main street with some interesting shops which is worth a stroll if you have the time.
4 based on 34 reviews
We stopped here for lunch while passing through town. The food was outstanding and the staff friendly. We had to wait quite a while to order, as the lone waitress was very busy. The pancakes were great and the portobello mushroom wrap delicious. We also had the tomato soup (soup of the day) which was also good. Apparently theyâre going to be moving soon to a new location down the street, which will be better. The unisex bathroom in the basement is less than adequate and needed cleaning and fixing up. Except for that and the slow service, I would have given 5 stars.
4 based on 129 reviews
Had not been here since they moved to yacht basin and have heard mixed reviews on consistency of meals especially during summertime rush times. I stopped in early Friday night for their Delmonico which was cooked perfectly and very tasty. Salad was ok but large salted baked potato as a side and love the soft dinner rolls now with flavored butter. Definitely will go back.
4 based on 1264 reviews
Druthers was a great place to find. It is snuggled behind a gate, quaint out door seating with flowers and greenery. They also had plenty of indoor seating. We shared their homemade house mac and cheese plus a turkey wrap. There was so much left over we took it back hotel and had 2nd opportunities that evening. The left over Mac and Cheese was even better the 2nd time around. We highly recommend.
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