Discover why Albany is called the Culinary Capital!
Visitors to Albany can enjoy dining at Jack's Oyster House, the second oldest family run restaurant in the United States, sample Chopped Champion Ric Orlando's eclectic menu at New World Bistro Bar, or head to Yono's to savor a wine selection that has been continuously named a semi-finalist in the James Beard Foundation's outstanding wine program.
In addition to great food and wine, Albany is also a great place to sample local microbrews at the Albany Pump Station, distilled spirits at the Albany Distilling Company, or a flight of hard cider at New York's first licensed farm cidery, Nine Pin Ciderworks.
Check out the map below to find easily accessible places to eat only a short walk from the Albany Capital Center -- whether you're loooking for a sit-down restaurant, a grab-and-go bite or coffee and desserts!
For additional information on dining in Albany County, visit the Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau website at www.albany.org/dining.