When you have a pizzeria and restaurant that has been in business in the Capital Region for seventy-plus years, they must be doing something right. In this case, they are doing Italian right and very well. Now New York State has acknowledged this Troy pizzeria for its legacy.
Well, that's embarrassing! It's not easy to spot; however, once you see it, you cannot unsee it. Though owners are horrified by the accident, it has revved up good publicity and business for the pizzeria.
There's an article in "Ad Age" magazine right now that's claiming ranch dressing has now passed ketchup in popularity. WHAT?
Sure I like Ranch for a salad, dipping a veggie or two...or sometimes even with my wings to dip if I'm looking for a break from blue cheese, but more than ketchup...
Square pizzas, good times, and cold brews! Guilderland will soon be getting in on what Albany residents have known - and loved - for years. An iconic 100-year-old pizza place/tavern will be getting a second location in a new town.
Every hometown has a reliable late-night delivery place that when the urge strikes. you call up in a moments notice for a dozen wings or large pepperoni pie, or both. A little piece of me died when I heard that one of Albany's classic late-night delivery restaurants was turning off the fryers and shutting their pizza ovens after 28 years.
There are some things about Schenectady that everyone can agree with and one of them is that we have the best Italian food in the Capital Region. One of the people who can be thanked for that, passed away yesterday.