Places to Eat in Glens Falls

Posted on: September 18th, 2013 by Erin Weir No Comments

If the food vendors at the balloon festival aren’t cutting it, fret not, Glens Falls offers some unique dining experiences, including a pub that makes its own beer, another that offers a great selection of local brews, and plenty of casual, yet inspired meals.

Aimie’s Dinner & Movie – How often have you gone out intending to eat dinner before you catch a flick on to feel rushed through your entire meal or get to the theater late and end up sitting somewhere you didn’t want to?  At Aimie’s that’s not a concern! Pick for their full menu and enjoy a meal as you enjoy your movie.

Downtown City Tavern – Authentic Wood Fired Pizzas made with the best ingredients possible.  Don’t forget to try their famous fire roasted wings! Need something to wash that down?  They have the largest selection of craft beer in the area, offering lots of great local brews.

Gourmet Cafe – Chef and owner Francis Willis creates innovative cuisine while his wife Tracy maintains a relaxed, inviting atmosphere in the restaurant.

Poopie’s – Open since 1954, Poopie’s has been a local favorite for breakfast and lunch for years. Poopie’s offers great American food, ranging from burgers to chili.  Stop by for great food, and great atmosphere.

Cooper’s Cave Ale Company Ltd. – This pub has it all.  Not only do they create fantastic meals, including Angus burgers, delicious soups, sandwiches, and more, but they brew their own beer and gourmet sodas.  And if that isn’t enough they have a full range of hard and soft serve ice creams.   The Cooper’s Cave Ice Cream Window on the Warren County Bike Trail is open through the end of October.

132 Glen Bistro – Located in downtown Glens Falls, 132 Glen Bistro offers delicious prime rib, crab cakes, filet mignon and wonderful salads, soups and sandwiches.  It’s open Tuesdays though Fridays for lunch, and Wednesdays through Saturdays for dinner.

Bistro Tallulah – Chef Shawn Whalen creates creative and eclectic cuisine inspired by Spanish, French, and Creole traditions. Enjoy simple, elegant food in a casual atmosphere.


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