Restaurants in the North Greenbush, NY Area
As a courtesy, the Stonegate apartment community has put together this local dining guide for people moving to or stopping through our area. Below is a list of restaurants in the North Greenbush, New York area that we think you’ll enjoy. If you want a few extra suggestions, don’t hesitate to ask us for them when you stop by for a tour of our apartments!
1.) Moscatiello’s Family Restaurant
The meals at Moscatiello’s are everything that a lover of finer cuisine could want. At this Troy, NY based restaurant, Italian lunches, dinners, desserts, and wines are offered that give its guests an exceptional experience. Take a look their site to learn more.
2.) Alexis Diner
This family restaurant is a beloved eatery in the Capital Region. Breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner are served at this destination. During the holidays, they make things especially fun for the kids by offering a visit with Santa. If you love diners, we recommend stopping here. Take a look at their site to learn more.
3.) Infinity Cafe
This café is just a short drive away from North Greenbush, and is within walking distance of Russell Sage College. Their menu has several great items that make them stand out from other restaurants. Homemade pancakes, fried foods, burgers, breakfast burritos, and health-oriented dishes make it an ideal option for everyone. Take a look at their site to learn more.
4.) Chez Mike
Located just 15 minutes away from North Greenbush is a restaurant by the name of Chez Mike. The owner, Michael, studied under the famous Guenter Seeger. Entrees like mushroom ravioli, maple raised pork, and pan roasted venison loin are just some of the meals that you can enjoy when you visit. Take a look at his site to learn more.
5.) Teagan’s Steak & Seafood
Located in the city of Rensselaer, Teagan’s Steak & Seafood offers a wonderful dining environment that offers the highest quality food around. Dinner menu items include Bostonian shrimp, eggplant roulade, prime rib, baked stuffed haddock, and panko parmesan sea scallops. Take a look at their site to learn more.