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Sunday Brunch in Albany, NY
114 Wolf Rd5.18 mi Albany, NY$ Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsAmerican RestaurantsHamburgers & Hot DogsRestaurants
every time i go here, it takes 20 min to get your drinks and another 30 to get your food.\r \r i've encountered 2 waitresses that simply won't pay attention to a table of 2 when it's busy. it seems as if they think they'd get a better tip from a bigger table. \r \r if you ever do go to this denny's expect to be there for at least 2 hrs beginning to end.
2.The Breakfast Spot Of Albany
66 Central Ave0.65 mi Albany, NY Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsRestaurants
626 Loudon Rd3.20 mi Albany, NY Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsRestaurants
16 Wolf Rd5.11 mi Albany, NY$$ Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsAmerican RestaurantsRestaurantsFamily Style Restaurants
Some of the best memories are made at the breakfast table. And for more than 50 years, millions of people have made those memories at IHOP.
5.Iron Gate Cafe
182A Washington Ave0.39 mi Albany, NY$ Coffee ShopsAmerican RestaurantsSandwich ShopsCaterers
This place is a good little hidden treasure for a sandwich. Prices are insanely good too and the selection is vast. The atmosphere is great and the outdoor patio area is super classy. The inside is small in the front, but the back dining area is larger than you would think and quaint. They love Elvis too, almost shrine-like! I have nothing but good things to say about this place other than the battle for a parking spot during the lunch hour. If you are within walking distance, you have to try it, you will be suprised at this gem stuck in the heart of a busy albany area. Almost feels like your eating in a park, yet your in downtown albany! FYI, I think it is a breakfast and lunch place only for those dinner seekers.
1108 Madison Ave Ste 11.97 mi Albany, NY$$ Coffee ShopsAmerican RestaurantsCoffee & Espresso RestaurantsFamily Style Restaurants
I was in town for a wedding and read about Madison Cafe online. We arrived around 9:30 am on a Sunday and there were several parties waiting outside for a table. We went inside to see how long the wait would be and saw two empty chairs at the bar and asked how long the wait was for the bar. We were seated immediately! Not sure why no one wanted to sit at the bar but it was great because our waitress was always right in front of us and available to refill our water or give us extra napkins. Even though it is a bar, the Sunday morning atmosphere was very family friendly.\r \r I had a hard time choosing what to order because there are so many unique and delicious sounding options, like fried oatmeal and a variety of omlettes. The food was so good. We both got the Super Breakfast: 2 eggs any style, toast, juice, coffee, meat (sausage, or ham) and pancakes. I got the raspberry oatmeal pancakes and LOVED them. The toast is from homemade bread and was also really good. Even the sausage was better than average, very flavorful. Plenty of butter and syrup, which is unusual for a breakfast place, they are usually stingy with it! I wish I did not live 3 hours away so I could come back!
480 Sand Creek Rd5.23 mi Albany, NY$$$ Take OutHappy HourDeliveryReservations American RestaurantsTake Out RestaurantsSteak HousesSeafood Restaurants
My husband and I have eaten over 500 steaks at this place and it's excellent. You can smell the quality from the moment you pull into the parking lot. \r \r The Barnsider has a full menu with many choices, from chicken and pasta to supreme steaks and seafood. Yet, we get the same thing almost every time. I am a Filet Mignon with berenaise fan. My husband loves a spicy cajun style sirloin with baked scallops. I admit, I'm quite finicky about how my streak is grilled. I order it medium rare and it's consitently done correctly every time. It's never dry or overdone, nor is it cold and dark red. It's so perfect I don't need to that bernaise that comes on the side. If you like it a little more pink than red, go with medium. if you aren't sure, ask your server. The waitstaff is second to none and they will know just how to order it to suit your needs.\r \r For the first time this weekend, we ventured into appetizer land. We both like seafood and most of the appetizers are just that, except of course for tomato mozzarella and soups, which are also fantastic. We reccommend the clam chowder, and usually get that, but we were celebrating tonight, so we splurged a little and went with the Seafood Sampler for Two. It turned out to be an excellent choice. He likes shrimp and scallops. I really like clams casino and crab cakes. We both got what we wanted and for less than we would have spent each getting a full appetizer of our own!\r \r The salad bar was the next step. we've learned to watch for a break in the action, which the salad bar attendent is also doing, then we make a dash for it, so does he! In the end we get first dibs on fresh items, like lettuce, cucumbers,carrots, olives, garbanzo beans, bacon and more. This salad bar is a rarety, so if you are considering another steak house in the area, think again. This is a well stocked salad bar, frequently refreshed, having homemade dressing, fresh baked breads and a huge ""cut your own peice"" cheese wedge. You really have to pace yourself because it comes with the meal and the meal portions are also plentiful, so save room!\r \r The waistaff times your meal to come out shortly after clearing away your plates from the salad bar and replenishing your drinks. It's a well oiled machine the way this place works. We have never had to wait, wondering where's dinner. This is what we mean by excellence.\r \r Try as you may, but you might need a doggie bag, because dessert is also worth it! The Barnsider has dessert specials and frequently serves this Swiss Chocolate Bread Pudding. It's to die for and if you can't finish it, it goes great with breakfast. there are many other items on the dessert menu such as an ice cream sundae, chocolate mouse cake, pies and often a hot apple crisp. Sometime there is a homemade strawberry shortcake that has hommade strawberry flavored biscuits. It's also out of this world.\r \r As you can see, I can't say enough good things about the Barnsider. We've been going for 11 years. We are picky and they still amaze us. We just sit there after the meal and say ""I love this place"". We don't even live in Albany, but find it well worth the trip. Give it try, you won't be dissappointed.\r \r Melissa and Ed Durant\r Ballston Lake, NY
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