What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: alcohol, party foods, S&S Farm Brewery, rolling ice cream, brunch, burgers, mountain biking, Archer Vly, Connecticut, Schuyler Mansion, global dominance, rowing, and goats.

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Dominic reflected on the role of drinking in the culture of the restaurant business and his own alcohol consumption.

Daniel detailed the many local foods gathered up for his son's bar mitzvah.

Silvia visited S&S Farm Brewery in Nassau.

Katie stopped in at the "rolling" ice cream place at Galleria 7 and the new chocolate place in downtown Schenectady.

Melinda brunched at Garden Bistro 24.

Otis got some backstory on Burger 21 in Latham.

Jen went mountain biking near Lake Placid.

Jackie paddled about on Archer Vly.

Julie's been highlighting some spots to visit in Connecticut.

Passing through the Neighborhood: Susan of Two Nerdy History Girls visited the Schuyler Mansion.

The Friends of Albany History traversed the history of the Wilson Globe manufactory in Albany.

Carl recalled the long history of rowing along the Albany riverfront.

And here are some goat photos taken by Chuck.

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