Since April, the bottom floor of an apartment complex in downtown Saratoga Springs has been vacant. There was a nearly twenty thousand square foot Price Chopper mini supermarket that occupied the area making it easy for residents to shop. Now a new tenant is moving in offering a unique culinary experience.
Downtown Saratoga Springs has a new cozy space that is dedicated to serving champagne and sparkling wines. It's called Bocage and is located at 10 Phila Street. It is only 500 square feet and is designed to feel like you are in someone's home.
The plan to extend the ability for downtown Saratoga Springs restaurants to have outdoor dining has been in the works for quite some time. Now the bill has passed where, for the next three years, customers can dine outdoors without worrying about high traffic areas. This plan comes with a few road closures.
Other cities in the Capital Region have created outdoor dining spaces and prohibited traffic. Cohoes and Ballston Spa are two examples of very successful outdoor dining. If everything goes as planned, downtown Saratoga Springs will be next.