Restaurant Week: Dig In!

SARATOGA COUNTY – Here’s a video to whet your appetite – but there’s so much more to explore….

Discover Saratoga is excited to announce the 15th Annual Restaurant Week, which will take place Friday, October 30 – Sunday, November 8, 2020. Many local restaurants will serve up a variety of prix fixe menu options ranging from $20 and $30 three-course dinners to $10 lunch specials. Prices do not include tax or gratuity. 

Discover Saratoga’s Annual Restaurant Week is the perfect time to get out and safely support our local restaurants who have had a positive impact on our community throughout the pandemic. They have generously fed frontline workers, service industry employees, nursing home staff, families in need, and many more.

“Restaurant Week is a great way to celebrate beloved restaurants in our community, and support the dining and hospitality industry,” said Darryl Leggieri, President of Discover Saratoga. “We encourage people to dine-in or take out at their favorite local restaurants, who take safety and sanitization very seriously, and enjoy delicious food and generous specials.”

For menus, participating restaurants, special hotel rates, and more information about Discover Saratoga’s Annual Restaurant Week, visit or call (518) 584-1531. Restaurant and hotel reservations are suggested.

In conjunction with Restaurant Week, Discover Saratoga, DeCrescente Distributing Company, Druthers Brewing Company, Death Wish Coffee Company, and Quick Response are teaming up for the 8th Annual Toys for Toga campaign.

Starting October 30th through December 4th, members of the local community can donate new, unwrapped toys at participating locations. For those who would like to participate by making a monetary donation, we have created a GoFundMe page. You can now donate safely online by visiting

Collected toys will be sanitized by Quick Response, and all toys and monetary donations will be equally distributed to Franklin Community Center, CAPTAIN Community Human Services and Mechanicville Area Community Services Center in time for the holidays.

“With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s so important to give back,” said Leggieri. “We are honored to be part of Toys for Toga again this year, and we hope to see the local community participate in collecting toys for the children of Saratoga County.”

To see toy drop off locations, please visit

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