When you think of fish fries in the Capital Region, there are many restaurants that come to mind. But there is one local chain that has been here for over sixty years. One of their original locations is closing its doors forever.
Schenectady will be closing one of its grocery stores today, Wednesday, September 14th to make way for another one in Rotterdam that will open tomorrow, Thursday, September 15th. It has been a long time coming and residents are excited.
It is the end of an era for a popular Italian deli in Schenectady. La Gioia has been a staple in the Goose Hill neighborhood for over three decades and it will close its doors this weekend. As this specialty store closes a new Italian deli will be opening soon just two miles away.
It was just announced that Schenectady County would finally get a new grocery store in a much-needed part of the county. However, we just learned that another grocery store of its kind will be closing for good.
After a total of nearly ten years in business, a popular Asian restaurant is closing its doors for good this weekend. But even though the restaurant won't exist, they have plans to serve the public in a different way and in a different Capital Region city.
In my opinion and many throughout the Capital Region, there was one premier burger joint and they just announced they will be closing their doors soon. As much as this news stings, there is a glimmer of hope that they will resurface again when the location is right.
A smaller Price Chopper store will be closing its doors next month. Although it is not one of Price Chopper's larger supermarkets, it did serve a purpose in Saratoga Springs as more of a convenience store for the residents nearby.