Kathleen Willcox

Kathleen Willcox lives in Saratoga Springs with her husband and twins. She writes about the culture and politics of food and wine as well as travel and lifestyle; her work regularly appears in Wine Enthusiast, SevenFifty Daily and Edible Capital District.

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National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame

An interactive museum featuring paintings, sculptures, photographs, historical ephemera and documentary films that highlight Spa City’s horsey past and its present glory.

Saratoga Spa State Park

Nearly 2,400 acres of woods, fields, trails, springs, and creeks, just minutes from downtown Saratoga Springs.

Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery

A distinctive, welcoming contemporary gallery located on Skidmore College’s campus, and open to members of the public

Blue Hen by David Burke

Relaxed, but rigorously executed small plates spa menu in a bright, sun-lit English conservatory

Salt & Char

A steakhouse with a modern, stylish aesthetic and locavore, farm-to-table mentality

Brentwood Hotel Bar

A chic hideaway inside a beautifully upcycled motor lodge within eyesight of the Saratoga Race Course

Local Pub & Teahouse

Irish and English-style pub food with a great craft beer selection

Hamlet & Ghost

A post-Millennial cocktail emporium that honors Saratoga’s prohibition-era flapper culture, while looking to the future with artisanally made spirits, cocktails, wines and beer.

Walt & Whitman Brewery

Serious beer made by accolade-strewn brewers, with plenty of entry-level suds for newbies

Walt & Whitman Cafe

A chic yet relaxed coffee shop and cafe perfect for working or lounging.