Groceries & Markets in Saratoga Springs


Select Local Merchants

  • The Candy Gram of Saratoga
    The candy shop found its start on July 1, 1998, as Candy-Gram, where tales of decadent, artisanal fudge wafted through the crowds of customers. The stories soon caught the attention of local reporters from the The Saratogian, as well as Patricia Volk from O Magazine, who attempted to relive her childhood by snacking on the shop's fudge and repeating first grade. Today, the old-timey candy emporium, now called The Candy Company of Saratoga Springs, dishes out house-made fudge in 18 different flavors in addition to nostalgic candies, gift boxes, truffles, and horse-shaped chocolate medallions and lollipops.
    Read More
    5 Washington Street
    Saratoga Springs, NY US
  • Vaughn Vision
    Dr. Chad Vaughn honed his optometry wisdom with positions at top eye-care institutes throughout New England. Wielding high-tech equipment, the doctor, who specializes in such areas as ocular-disease diagnosis and bifocal-contact-lens fitting, meticulously inspects eyes for ailments and paint-color ideas during comprehensive exams. Using his findings, the optometrist and his staff tailor custom lenses?including transitions, progressive, and polarized styles?to fit into designer frames from brands such as Gucci, Burberry, and Nike.
    Read More
    170 South Broadway
    Saratoga Springs, NY US
  • Themeathouse_Cliftonpark
    The Meat House strives for community involvement by promoting local events and charities and serves up a selection of organic, all-natural, grass-fed meats to calm carnivorous cravings. Meat options include freshly butchered beef, lamb from the Midwest, Virginia-bred pork, and exotic meats such as buffalo, alligator, and ostrich—or as it's more commonly known, the megachicken. Customers can run up meatometers with marinated steak tips ($19.98 for 2 lb.), and poultrygeists can enjoy the clucking curse of lemon-and-pepper chicken breast ($11.98 for 2 lb.). The Meat House's premium proteins are dressed with signature marinades, using a process first conceptualized by a team of synchronized-swimming bovines.
    Read More
    22 Clifton Country Road
    Clifton Park, NY US
  • Engelke Farms
    Sixty feet above the ground, a zipline spans 2,000 feet across Engelke Farm's trees and fields. The attraction runs year-round, allowing its riders to take in a bird's eye view of the farm as it changes with each season. During the fall, families wander through the corn maze and tractors pull hayrides on haunted trips or journeys to the pumpkin patch. When winter blankets the ground with snow, the farm keeps thoughts of spring alive with the flowers and plants inside the greenhouse. The nursery appears during spring and summer, welcoming visitors to peruse hanging flower baskets or snack on vegetable plants, and each passing week on the farm offers a new selection of pick-your-own produce, including strawberries, melons, herbs, and cucumbers.
    Read More
    463 Garfield Rd.
    Troy, NY US
  • Honest Weight Food Co-Op
    Simplicity. That's the most important ingredient in all food according to Honest Weight Food Co-op. So to understand what makes their products stand out, it's better to look at what's not on the nutrition label. No artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, or preservatives. No antibiotics, hormones, or other non-food ingredients. The team at Honest Weight Food Co-op works with local farmers and producers to make sure their standards are met in every product. That's been Honest Weight Food Co-op's modus operandi since its founding in 1976, and the efforts of the members-owned organization have proved successful. The co-op has expanded into bigger and bigger spaces over the years, until they finally arrived at their current Watervliet Avenue location in 2013. The building brims with fresh meats and fish, in-season produce, natural groceries, and household items such as light bulbs and laundry soap (which also come from eco-friendly, responsible suppliers, naturally). In addition to storing vast amounts of grocery items and prepared meals, this expansive space also makes it possible to host events ranging from juicing classes to reiki sessions. Honest Weight's outreach programs send educators to local schools to teach about healthy living, and the co-op partners with WAMC public radio to host Food For Thought evenings of food, film, and discussion, at least when attendees are done chewing.
    Read More
    484 Central Ave
    Albany, NY US
  • Via Fresca
    Via Fresca takes its name form the Italian word for “fresh,” and a commitment to fresh ingredients can be found in every dish the gourmet Italian market and eatery serves. Tender circles of fresh mozzarella pair with tomatoes on cold sandwiches, and freshly sliced Boar’s Head meats line paninis on artisanal ciabatta bread baked in house. Inside the cozy dining area, glass display cases sport specialty desserts such as tiramisu, flourless chocolate cakes, and coconut macaroons. Patrons may opt to dig into housemade crab cakes on the outdoor patio, order meals to serve families back home, or cater special events such as 6-foot-sub-eating contests.
    Read More
    1666 Western Avenue
    Albany, NY US
Advertisement