Saratoga’s newest watering hole, the Henry Street Taproom, will open its doors to the public Fri., Oct. 12. The tavern will specialize in handcrafted microbrews paired with unique fare from executive chef Bryan Walsh. The menu will feature farm-fresh food with seasonal inspiration, local ingredients, and artisan cheese. In addition, the Taproom will offer an impressive whiskey selection; but the focus is undoubtedly the beer.
“We’re craft beer lovers,” said proprietors Ryan McFadden and his wife, Sonja. “We’ll serve the most diverse collection of high-quality microbrews from across the country.”
Focused on restoring beer to its rightful place at the table, the Taproom will pair your favorite brews with your favorite foods. The McFaddens want conversation to dominate, pints to be properly poured, and service to be passionate, but never pretentious. The pub will have a neighborhood atmosphere.
“People will be able to enjoy good beer and good food without all the pretension,” McFadden said.
“We wanted to build a place where people could enjoy drinks and conversation with their friends and neighbors,” said Sonja McFadden.
The bar is housed in the former Virgil’s Coffee House location.