We enjoyed excellent and friendly service here! The veggie burger is delicious and the Mont Pleasant Porter is delectable!
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Had dinner with friends, my wife and I had pasta which was pretty good. My friend has gluten issues and had a GF Pizza and there was a good beer selection as well.
Decent beer/local wines. The fish & chips were probably the best I've had this far from the coast!. Huge portion.
The owners of the Van Dyck also own Mad Jack brewing, so the restaurant serves their own beers on tap. All of the beers are really good. Food is a typical bar menu, but very well done. I especially enjoy the pizzas and burgers.
Just happened on this place in a roundabout way. Had some of their beer at Proctor's Therater and asked where they made it. Fortunately, it is just around the corner and so we walked over after the show. Awesome craft beer that they make. The...More
My mom and teenaged brother were in the area visiting and we decided to try this restaurant based on other reviews we had read. My brother is very picky and was able to find something to eat. We got the trio dip appetizer and were...More
Hi, well my wife Jan and I were out again visiting one of the oldest entertainment venues in Schenectady, The VanDyke Lounge, over the years this place has entertained us with some of the best musicians in the world,(Chris Bodie) and now the Leven Brothers....More
Excellent local beer, paired with very good pub food, some healthier options in the mix. Appetizer and snack options very good, even pizza a good choice, but they're strong suit is sandwiches and burgers. Steak salad was very good but needed more vegetables - probably...More
This restaurant is only about an hour away, a beautiful restored building. We went with friends - it was a Friday night. They had a special menu that was all about $25.00 for a three course meal. It had good choices. Two of us started...More
This is a restaurant with a pretty much standard pub menu. Food was good service better and the atmosphere better yet. In an old (18th century) house with lots of old looking wood.