Broadalbin is a town in Fulton County, New York, United States. The population was 5,250 at the 2010 census. The town was named after the Breadalbane Region in Scotland by an early settler.
Things to do in Broadalbin
4.5 based on 172 reviews
Drinks enjoyed while eating antipasto. Leave room for dinner! Soup or salad comes with dinner. Portions are large and good. Service is friendly.
4.5 based on 84 reviews
A great evening having dinner with friends was made even better by the culinary talents of a great entree prepared by the chef and kitchen staff at Wine and Roses! Was greeted warmly by the owner upon arrival, "The Original Ms. Rose", who is always accommodating and cheerful. Known by Shelly, she has a long history of restaurant and hospitality experience which makes this venue a popular eating spot.
Seating was not much of a wait, our server Amy took our drink order and brought menus to our table. Drinks were made perfectly and Amy gave us some time before discussing specials for the evening.
We started with an appetizer of crab cakes, which were prepared just right. The two of us ordered the "red snapper", an entree Amy endorsed as an excellent choice, served on a bed of vegetable slaw and mashed potatoes. We added Caesar salad, which was excellent. The dressing was not very heavy, just enough to add great flavor to the romaine salad greens.
Entrees came out in a timely manner, and at first look a very large portion of red snapper filled the plate, with the vegetable slaw garnish over it. The food came out at the right temperature and was excellent. Have always been a fan of red snapper but nothing has compared to this entree. Kudos to the chef, making sure the fish was cooked perfectly, with great care and the dish looking perfect.
No room for homemade desserts- maybe. Next time!
The restaurant was busy and bar area was very full as well. May be wise to call ahead for a reservation!
Very rare do I rate five stars, but this meal was most deserving! Many thanks for a great evening made even better by the fine meal and excellent service by Amy.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Great soft serve and good prices. Make sure you stop on the way to sacandaga lake or on your home. Each day there is a different flavor of soft serve along with the original chocolate and vanilla. Cash only!
2.5 based on 6 reviews
The owner of this franchise does not train his employees to properly make coffee. As a result, coffee has ranged from very bad to weak to flavorless. Don't go here unless you are desperate. The donuts are shipped in so they are usually a bit stale. On the plus side, has a public bathroom.
4 based on 4 reviews
The service is a little slow and the drive through can take longer than it should. It took longer to receive the coffee than it did to receive the sandwich. The employees inside seemed to be chatting and no one thought about preparing my black coffee until I had to ask for it after waiting over four minutes for them to give it to me.
4 based on 107 reviews
A Civil War Era Hotel and Horse Barn, Converted into the Area's Finest Steakhouse. We are know for our ambiance, thick angus steaks, fresh seafood, salad bar, 20 draft beers, and a huge liquor and wine selection. In the warm months we also feature a large patio with live music. Since 1968
I have been to this restaurant 4 times so far and completely satisfied. The stuffed lobster tail dinner was excellent every time. The Turkey dinners were also excellent. My friend had the sliced steak dinner and didn't have any complaints. We enjoyed everything from the wine to the dessert. I would have preferred tapioca over cake in a goblet but I can't complain. I'm disappointed to hear the salad bar is gone but overall--NO complaints. As far as servers-some have been excellent while others just good. No problems for me. I love the old fashioned atmosphere, especially at Christmas time. The only reason I didn't give them a 5 star rating is because there's always room for improvement. I will continue to dine out here 2 to 3 times a year.
4 based on 212 reviews
In 1980, the Raindancer Restaurant, located at 4582 Route 30, was established by Doreen and Walter Porath. This family-run business has grown considerably during the past 35 years. In an effort to stay current and better serve the community, the restaurant has had numerous additions, renovations and creative concepts that were implemented to keep things fresh. This constant improvement, combined with the old-fashioned notion of ample portions, quality ingredients, top-notch service and the community support we have continued to receive, has kept the Raindancer at the top of everyone's dining list throughout the years.<br><br>At the Raindancer, we offer different menus for all occasions. Whether it's a quiet, romantic dinner, casual dining, take-out and party platters or to help you plan a party, the Raindancer is here for you. We have multiple dining rooms available to help make that special occasion something extra special. We offer a banquet menu that can be customized to fit your special occasion. We can accommodate for bereavement luncheons, bridal and baby showers, rehearsal dinners, receptions or company business meetings.<br><br>We are open year-round with the exceptions of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Memorial Day. For all other holidays, we offer dinner features such as a traditional Thanksgiving dinner or a Mother's Day or Easter dinner for your family.<br><br>Our dinner and lite fare (lunch) menus are available throughout the restaurant anytime. Choose from a selection of over 80 items on our menu and our daily feature board (Polish Night is every Tuesday). Plus, we offer an exceptional salad bar with breads baked in-house daily. If you plan to eat at any earlier hour, we offer an early bird menu seven days a week. The Raindancer also offers any of our menu items, party platters and features for take-out (except the early bird menu). Just call ahead and your order will be ready at our pickup window.<br><br>And if you're just looking for a quick bite to eat, then join us in our cocktail lounge and enjoy great food, great atmosphere and a wide variety of wines and beer alongside one of our fireplaces. We offer over 80 Wines by the glass and 20 different beers on tap.<br><br>The Raindancer Restaurant opens at 11:30 am, Monday through Saturday and at 12:30 p.M. On Sundays. We look forward to seeing you for lunch, dinner or your next special occasion.
Found this restaurant on trip advisor and it was rated #2 in the area. Great tasting food and large portions. Got the seafood casserole and it was great. Definately go there again.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
My friend always orders roast beef and loves it. I always get the Turkey dinner. Both comes with mashed potatoes/gravy, soup or salad. And cranberry gel. You will not go away hungry and the price is great. This is just an old fashioned restaurant with old timer memorabilia as decorations. I think you will like it if you are hungry.
4 based on 64 reviews
Good food... good prices... their calzones are enormous & delicious & their grinders (especially the Italian mixed) are my favorite (I am a very picky eater)
5 based on 25 reviews
We had put in an order for a birthday for 2 Sicilian Pizza's and their boneless wings. The order was perfect and the food was fantastic!!!!!!
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