The Century House, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
997 New Loudon Rd.
Latham, NY 12110
Phone: (518) 785-0931
Fax: (518) 782-2578
Since its establishment in 1949, this restaurant has been serving the people of with tantalizing fares for over 60 years. Nestled within the charming and cozy Century Inn, the restaurant offers lodgers and visitors with delicious American cuisine. Their menu features American favorites of burgers, sandwiches, salads, soups, steak as wells a variety of seafood, meat and poultry preparations. The elegantly embellished restaurant offers guests a relaxed ambiance to feast on their meals.
French cuisine and an impressive selection of wine come together to form an elegant dining experience at The Epicurean Bistro & Wine Bar. They are open for brunch, lunch, and dinner. The menu includes French dishes like seafood cassoulet, braised rabbit, escargot, and a great cheese selection. Take your time and dine the French way, savoring every bite and every sip at this fine dining establishment.
Visit Sake for exceptional sushi and sashimi in a modern atmosphere. The chic decor makes this the perfect destination for a business meeting, anniversary, or any other special occasion. They have a full bar featuring a great selection of wine, sake, beer, and cocktails. Stop in for lunch and enjoy sushi and sashimi specials that are easy on your wallet.
Latham Circle Diner may look old fashioned on the outside, but you'll find some unique and creative dishes on the menu alongside diner favorites. A chicken and mango wrap, beef fajita salad, and pulled pork tostada sandwich are among the less traditional menu items. Breakfast here includes comfort classics like biscuits and gravy, bacon, and eggs.
Here at Ala Shanghai, diners will find authentic and traditional Chinese food, where there are no egg rolls, fortune cookies or crab wontons on the menu. The staff highly recommends Yan Du-Xian, a traditional Shanghai soup with salted pork belly, bamboo and tofu or the Fish Head Casserole, a half-fish head stewed in a broth of mushrooms and bean noodles. Despite the lack of fortune cookies, there are still plenty of familiar favorites like Peking Duck and Sesame Beef, so many Westernized palates need not be afraid. In fact the menu is very extensive, it's spread over 12 pages and has more than 300 different items!
Enjoy comfort food, reasonably-priced drinks, and friendly service at Jessica Stone's. Sandwiches, burgers, and quesadillas make up most of the menu. Must-try items include the buffalo wings, grilled chicken sandwich, and super nachos. The inviting atmosphere and lively crowds ensure many returning customers for this bar and restaurant.
Enjoy a beer and some of the best cheese steaks in town at Philly Bar and Grill. The atmosphere is laid-back, unless there's a great game on the TVs, in which case you're likely to find a livelier crowd. The back patio is enormous, with plenty of seating and a stage for the live acts that entertain patrons on Saturdays. Delectable cheese steaks, wings, and other bar fare make up the menu.
The Ruck is a good, old-fashioned dive bar. It is proud to serve a wide selection of beer that is always changing. In addition there is a full kitchen serving up a variety of great bar bites: burgers, loaded fries, and sandwiches. But it's the buffalo wings that are the must have. There's live music several nights a week, and always shuffleboard to play. Plus, The Ruck will fill up a growler of beer for you to take home for the same price as a pitcher.
Wolf's has two locations, one downtown and this one in the suburb of Colonie. This one serves the familiar pub-grub items like burgers, sandwiches, salads and a few entrees, yet the difference between the location downtown is that here you'll find an arcade. The arcade is small, similar to a Chuck-E-Cheese, but most come for the food, drinks and convivial atmosphere. On occasion, there is live music and Wolf's provides its space for banquets and other events.
A cozy place for the family to gorge on Italian dishes in a casual ambiance is what Buca di Beppo offers its guests. This outlet in Albany, set on Wolf Road, is nestled among various hotels; so if you are staying at any of these places, drop in at Buca di Beppo for an Italian lunch or dinner. Guests can feast on salads, bruschetta, calamari, mozarella, garlic bread, pizzas and a variety of tantalizing entrees. Pasta lovers can choose from a range of traditional Italian pastas or Buca di Beppo's specialty ones.
Kurver Kreme has been an Albany favorite since 1953 thanks to its loyal customers that return summer after summer for delicious soft serve ice cream and loaded hot dogs. There is an overwhelming menu of Signature Sundaes, thick milkshakes, Boston Shakes, Italian Ice, ice cream floats and great hot dogs with meat sauce. Can't decide? You can bring home a pint or quart, or order an ice cream cake or pie to indulge in later on. Make sure that you come early in the evening to avoid the post-dinner rush, but worry not - the four windows can run through lines in a jiffy. Located near the Colonie Center in the suburb of Colonie.
This Albany restaurant features live performances, Sunday specials, tropical drinks and more.