The Parting Glass
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Ratings: 13 | Reviews: 13 | Display Reviews Only:
3.8/5 rDev +3.5%
this versatile little gem off the main strip in saratoga is a great place to bring larger groups because aside from the good thirty taps and a fairly large selection of bottles, there is also a good selection of different things to do....from the quieter dinner hall area with racing memorabila to the music hall that hosts some of the better celtic/folk bands in the area and the large bar/dart hall area, there's enough here to keep everyone happy, whether it be winter or the height of racing season. the food is excellent neo-irish pub fare. I highly recomend getting the sweet potato fries and the o'reilly sandwich a very interesting monte-cristo (battered bread) rueben....very delicious. service is usualyl average but be wary any bar during the height of racing season is going to be jammed packed and this one is no exception, but worth the crowd.
02-06-2004 19:55:26 | More by hollicetales
3.93/5 rDev +7.1%
This is a hoppin place during racing season and on weekends. Huge space, lots of parking, outdoor patio in season, 2 large bars and 3rd room for music shows, dining and dancing.
Over 30 taps with a good but could be better selection. 80+ bottles to choose from with a "Beer card" deal where you try new beers and rack up points for more free beer I think.
Outstanding reputation for good music and National / International Groups. Traditional Irish, Folk and Jazz ( Chuck Mangione has played there) .
Comfortable Irish pub feel with above avgerage food at decent prices.
If your in the Saratoga NY area, its worth the trip.
11-28-2003 05:59:43 | More by Shiredave
4.2/5 rDev +14.4%
A great multi-room bar and pub with more choices of fun drinking atmospheres than one has a right to expect: a straight-ahead British/Irish style bar in the front, a dining area with stage for musical acts in the back, a big game room with darts and impressive bottled beer selection off the side and a batch of tables outdoors, both on the front stoop (cooler than it sounds) and under a patio in the rear.
A terrific selection of beer on tap and in bottle. I treated my companions to a round of Theakston's Old Peculier after the races one Saturday, and you'll probably find your own version of "my local doesn't carry this" among their choices. I bet a BA could get to 100 sooner or later, by only frequenting this establishment.
A word on atmosphere and service: my ratings are based on the evening after a big day at the track. The Parting Glass cannot possibly be this crowded and the service working this hard every day of the year. I also shouldn't comment too much on the fact that everybody seems to be having such a good time, since the rosy cheeks belie the day spent wagering and tippling among most of the probably-not-locals. Someone who knows the area better than me can attest to The Parting Glass' non-summer hours.
I cannot recommend this pub more to fans of Irish joints.
10-20-2003 18:58:22 | More by ecoboy
The Parting Glass in Saratoga Springs, NY
86 out of 100 based on 13 ratings.