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Capital City Gastropub

261 New Scotland Ave. (Grove Ave.) Send to Phone
Imaginative cooking, much of it utilizing New York State-sourced products, served in a bustling pub in the capital city.


Dinner nightly
Open late Thurs.-Sat.

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Capital City Gastropub Restaurant Review

: This cozy spot with red walls and dark wood offers wines by the glass and craft beers on tap to complement an ever-changing menu. Owner-chef Kevin Everleth goes to great ends to obtain regionally-produced ingredients and lists source names to prove it. One might encounter house-smoked Sweet Tree Farm chicken; Berlin’s Best rainbow chard tossed with buttermilk and horseradish, with compressed sweet potatoes; and Kilcoyne Farms beef Bolognese, gnocchi, Grana Padano, bone marrow and herbs.

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