October 31, 2012

Millennial Events: Fundraiser for Saratoga P.L.A.N. at The Irish Times

P.L.A.N. | Saratoga Springs Events | Saratoga Millennial
Saratoga P.L.A.N. protects the area's open spaces and habitats.
If you happen to be one of Saratoga County’s free spirit Millennials, perhaps on the tree-huggin’ hippe side, then we have some good news!

Saratoga P.L.A.N. (Preserve Land And Nature) is teaming up with The Irish Times Pub and Restaurant to help raise money to protect the area’s open spaces and land.

Guest bartenders from the organization will be on staff to make sure that your pint of Guinness remains full and that the appetizers keep coming!

All tips and a 20% of all proceeds will go to the local organization, whose mission is to protect the land throughout the Saratoga area through “purchases and donations of land conservation easements, to protect important natural resources and open spaces,” according to the group’s website.

Over time, P.L.A. has been responsible for protecting over 3,000 acres of farmland, forest, and natural habitats in the Saratoga region.

So if you’re bored, looking for things to do in Saratoga County, or just want to help the cause, then check out The Irish Times Pub and Restaurant tomorrow, November 1 from 6-8 p.m.

October 26, 2012

Millennial Food: Augie's Family Style Italian Restaurant in Ballston Spa

Augie's Italian Family Style Restaurant | Saratoga Springs Restaurants | Saratoga Millennial
Augie's Family Style Italian Restaurant is located in Ballston Spa.
Love Italian food? Good thing!

Augie’s  Family Style Italian Restaurant in Ballston Spa is the perfect choice for all Millennials who are looking for great food in large portions, while on a budget.

Owner Augie Vitello ran and operated a successful restaurant in New York City for 13 years before setting up shop in Saratoga County in 2004.

Since then, Augie’s Restaurant has become a staple in the area for great food, as Vitello only uses the finest, freshest ingredients from local farms and prepares everything in-house.

Bring a date tonight and take part in their wine, beer, and soda special.

If you can’t make it tonight, show up anytime throughout the week for their other daily specials including, “All For One Day” every Monday and “Pasta Day” every Wednesday.

Whether you’re looking for things to do in Saratoga and want to take that special someone to a nice, relaxing place, or if you just want to grab some good food and drinks with friends, Augie’s is sure to both impress and satisfy your dinning needs.

You can visit or contact Augie’s Family Style Italian Restaurant here:

183 Church Ave. Ballston Spa

(518) 884-8600


Monday: 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Wednesday: 4:00 pm - 9:00 p.m
Thursday: 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Friday: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Saturday: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sunday: 4:00 - 9:00 pm

October 24, 2012

Millennial Music: Electric Guest Rock Upstate Concert Hall

Electric Guest | Clifton Park Concerts | Saratoga Millennial
Matt Compton and Asa Taccone of Electric Guest
kept the crowd dancing at Upstate Concert Hall.
Saratoga Millennials danced out to the sweet, hip beats of Electric Guest last night at Upstate Concert Hall, as lead singer Asa Taccone and drummer Matt Compton knocked out one song after another.

The guys played their entire first album "Mondo," while also introducing the Clifton Park crowd to their brand new EP "Holiday."

For the brief moments that the band did take time between songs, Asa spoke to the crowd as if everyone were old friends hanging out.

Citing stories of their first trip at Upstate Concert Hall, Taccone gave thanks to the audience for their overwhelming "hospitality."

"The last time we were here, we were going off stage and everyone was like, 'Hey guys, do you need a place to stay, you can totally stay at my house'," said Taccone.

Asa and Matt were joined by their tour partners, brothers Todd and Tory Dahlhoff, as they went from "Amber" and "Trouble Man" to "American Daydream" and their radio hit, "Head That I Hold."

After the show, the band quickly left the back room to hang out with their fans, signing autographs and taking pictures.

The Electric Guest Perform At Upstate Concert Hall | Clifton Park Concerts | Saratoga Millennial"It was a great show at a awesome place," said Taccone.

"We can't wait to come back!"

You can check out Saratoga Millennial's exclusive interview with Electric Guest or check out more things to do in Saratoga County by checking out our "Millennial Events" section!

*Photos taken by Morgan Lisa McLaren.

October 22, 2012

Millennial Events: rUNDEAD 5k in Saratoga Springs

rUNDEAD 5k in Saratoga Springs | Saratoga Springs Events | Saratoga Millennial
rUNDEAD Sunday, October 28 at 9:30 a.m.
Come on, admit it.

You know you want your brains eaten by post-apocalyptic zombies, just like the rest of the country that can’t get enough “Walking Dead.”


Well, perhaps running for a great charity as fake zombies chase you throughout Saratoga Springs State Park sounds more like your thing!

If so, check out and sign up for the rUNDEAD on Sunday, October 28!
rUNDEAD 5k | Saratoga Springs Events | Saratoga Millennial
Run for your life!!! Well, at least for charity!
Participants have the cool option of running as either themselves or as zombies in this interactive, fun 5k that supports the Special Olympics of New York State.

The idea is that each runner starts off wearing a belt with three flags that represent your lifelines.

Participants looking to add a little swag to their step (zombies) are planted throughout the course, all trying to get your lifelines.

Anyone who is lucky enough to finish the course with at least one lifeline still intact is a winner!

According to the group’s website, the goal was to raise $10,000. So far, over $18,000 has been raised and there are five days left to register.

For more information on the event and how you can be a part of this, please find the following information below:

Race Info:

  • Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
  • Race begins at 9:30 a.m. 
  • rUNDEAD Information
  • Zombies should bring their own attire for this race'
  • All-ages are welcome to participate

  • “Fast Food” Runner
    $30 registration
    5k runner who wants to be a part of the competitive race
  • “All You Can Eat” Runner
    $30 registration
    5k runner who wants to be a part of the non-competitive race
  • “Hunter Zombie”
    $15 registration
    Participants who want to be a zombie in the competitive race
  • “Crawler Zombie”
    $15 registration
    Participants who want to be a zombie in the non-competitive race
Make sure you check out other great Millennial Events for things to do throughout Saratoga County!

October 19, 2012

Millennial Music: Phone Interview With Electric Guest

Electric Guest Phone Interview | Saratoga Springs Concerts | Saratoga Millennial
Electric Guest talks about their fans, social media, and
their upcoming show at Upstate Concert Hall
As we reported last Wednesday, Saratoga Millennial recently had the opportunity to sit down and speak with Matt Compton, one of the founding members of today's hit alternative/indie rock band, "Electric Guest."

Matt Compton (drums) and Asa Taccone (vocals/instrumentals) are headed to Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park this Tuesday, and tickets are still on sale.

As a preview for the upcoming show, listen and find out how the band has used social media to connect with their fans, why performing at a smaller venue is more fun than a festival, and what surprises the band has in store for fans on Tuesday!

Complete transcript of the interview:

JC: Your most popular song, as far as radio play, is currently “Head That I Hold.” It’s a cool, upbeat tune that’s fresh and separates itself really from any other song on alternative or indie rock stations today.

However, it’s also a very different type of song as far as style is concerned, from the rest of the songs on “Mondo,” certainly compared to “Trouble Man” or “American Daydream.”

Knowing that the upbeat tempo of “Head That I Hold” is what has initially gained traction for the band, does that lead to something greater?

Do you think you will pivot your style to match this specific form, what’s really the future direction of Electric Guest as far as, obviously being successful, but also maintaining that sense of originality that brought you to the main stage?

Electric Guest: Well, I think that song is a good example of the rest of the album because it is, it does mash a lot of genres, and I think that when we’re making that first record, that was something that I don’t think we were necessarily going to do, but it just kinda ending up happening.

I think that we will definitely continue on the second album, we definitely, um, Asa and I kinda pull from different references, you know kinda being influenced by different music and, having two different backgrounds musically. But we both started writing stuff for the new album, I think probably early this next year, in 2013 we are going to try to go to the studio and record some stuff.

JC: So my next question is about social media and its role or influence in your career. You guys have a Youtube channel that has over 4.5 million views, a Facebook fan page with over 40,000 likes, and about 6,500 followers on your Twitter account.

Do you think your relationship with your fans is stronger because of these forms of social media? How does it fit in with the goals and future of Electric Guest?

Electric Guest: Well, I think that it definitely has helped us for sure. I mean, I would say that and radio are kinda the two big things that helped us.

We want to, we actually just filmed a video of us doing a cover of a song called, “Honeybus” it’s actually a group called, “Honeybus” and the songs called, “Be Thou By My Side.” We’re trying to do more stuff, more videos to put up onto Youtube channel now, or tour stuff or whatever, because it’s important to kind of, do that.

JC: Yea, I know for a lot of bands, especially ones who aren’t on that main brink of being completely mainstream, it’s been a phenomenal source, ever since the days of Myspace being really popular, kind of trumping Facebook.

It’s just been an excellent opportunity to connect with people who, may otherwise never have the opportunity to reach you.

Electric Guest: Yea, totally!

JC: Now, as far as your show Tuesday in Clifton Park, your show at Upstate [Concert] Hall is certainly a smaller venue in size compared to other music venues in New York’s capital district.

For the fans, Upstate [Concert] Hall is an excellent opportunity to see their favorite bands in an intimate setting, where they can pretty much stand anywhere and still be relatively close to you.

Does the same thing apply for you as a performing artist? Do you prefer smaller venues where you can see all of your fans before you, or does the excitement of performing in an arena in front of thousands of people trump that form of intimacy?

Electric Guest: I prefer the intimacy personally. I mean, we’ve had to do both this summer, we play a lot of big festivals and stuff, but I think there’s always more of a connection when the venues are a little bit smaller and you can, like you said, see everyone.

One of my favorite clubs in the whole country is The Troubadour, it isn’t that big, it’s in L.A. and it’s not that big, but you can really see everyone in the audience and wherever you are in the audience, if you’re going to see a band, you can always get a very good view.

I think that just adds to much more to the experience and feeling what an artist is actually about. The sound being a little more contained always helps too. At a certain level you get to festivals and it’s kinda like, for me when I’m watching bands, I just get a little taken out and will want to meander around the festival for a little bit, just because, I don’t know, those four walls aren’t around you, keeping you locked in and focused.

JC: Yea, I’ve been to many, many different types of festivals and obviously, I grew up a mile down from Upstate [Concert] Hall so comparing the two, in a large field like at Bonaroo, it kinda becomes background noise after a while where you’re really focusing in on the setting before you, rather than just the band.

JC: One of the more well known things about Saratoga County, is its connection and relationship with the arts. From the performing arts to its music scene, there is a tremendous amount of diversity as far as the variety of genres and styles of music that are played in local venues and radio stations alike.

One of the radio stations that carries your music in Saratoga County is WEQX, an independent alternative rock station that has been around now for almost three decades. Other communities, even as large as Boston, MA have actually lost almost all of their alternative and indie rock stations.

What does the independent music scene mean to you as a fan of music, and as a band that has fallen into the alternative, indie rock genre?

Electric Guest: Well for us, I think one of the first people to ever play our music was KCRW in Los Angeles, which is a smaller radio station. I listen to them when I’m home and it’s crazy how much, personally how much that helped us.

You know, any bands that I’ve been in the past, have never really, radio’s never really done a lot. This is actually the first time that people are like, “I heard you guys on the radio.” It’s kinda like a dying thing that happens now, most everything is like what you were saying earlier about Youtube, Soundcloud they have, or something else.

So it’s really cool that people are, it seems like people are still investing in radio, whether it be something small like that or Sirius or something crazy big or they just pay a subscription or something. But I think it’s definitely helped us tremendously, especially because the first songs they played was crazy that they played “Touble Man,” which is the longest song on the album and that’s the one they chose to play.

JC: That’s interesting, going off that point there. You said that you were in many other bands prior to Electric Guest where you didn’t really have any radio air play, is that different for you?

I mean, obviously there’s something about performing in front of hundreds, if not thousand of people over a tour, and everyone coming up to you who you don’t necessarily know, has it been somewhat of a culture shock actually hearing yourself on the radio, or is it just the same as any other day?

Electric Guest:
It’s definitely been a little bit of a culture shock. We were just in France a couple of weeks ago and doing like a week and a half in France.

It was crazy to walk into a gas station and hear our song play, which is like the most common of places that, I never thought I would hear my band on the radio.

I think it’s also been surprise too, the amount of different kinds of people who; it was originally like… When I was growing up, it was like, if you are in a punk band then punk people would go see your band play, and if you were an indie rock, you had indie rock crowds.

This is like, the first time that the crowd has been extremely diverse, everything from indie rock people to full-on 50-year-old adults, it’s been everywhere.

JC: Now one of the videos that you have on Youtube, Asa talks about how you guys took five and half years to create your first album.

Adam Durtiz of The Counting Crows has said before that as an music artist, you have your whole life to write your first album and five minutes to write your second. Now that you have written and released your first album, do you think that the time you invested in it has paid off, are you feeling the pressure of staying relevant, or are you enjoying the time being and letting yourself absorb this phenomenal experience?

Electric Guest: I think it’s been a little bit of both honestly. We are a little crazy when we go home, in the studio working on something so we have been able to work a little bit, since we’ve been traveling, but I think we are definitely feeling like we need a solid break from touring to actually focus on writing.

It takes you a little bit of time when you get home to decompress and get into that frame of mind. You’re definitely right, we already have a lot written for a second album which is good, but we just want to be able to spend a chunk of time, and honestly not feel pressure.

I feel like most of it now I everyone pressuring you to put out stuff. Get out for the next one ya know, I think if you just don’t listen to that and are like, work on the music and make it solid, then hopefully that pressure kind of is gone. You’re not fearful of what you’re putting out, which is definitely the most important thing for us.

I think we want to make the second album just as good, if not better than the first.

JC: I’ve interviewed many bands coming off of their first album’s success and they always say something along the lines of, the pressure to immediately release something, obviously on behalf of the record label, but you lose that sense of yourself when you push yourself or when you rush yourself, so that’s excellent to hear from you.

JC: My last question is, your EP “Holiday” is set to be released this Monday, a day before your show in Clifton Park. What can your fans in Saratoga County expect for Tuesday’s show?

Will there be new hits added to the tour? Anything that will be exclusive to that specific venue?

Electric Guest: We wrote “Holiday” for this tour that we are going to be playing there, and that’s a new one. We have been trying to learn a couple other ones, hopefully we will have it together by then, but definitely “Holiday” is going to be a new one that we’re adding to our show.

It’s gonna be cool, I like that venue actually, I think it’s great!

October 17, 2012

Millennial Events: Electric Guest at Upstate Music Hall

Saratoga Millennial - Electric Guest performing at Upstate Music Hall
Electric Guest  are performing at Upstate Music Hall 10/23
L.A. based indie/alternative rock group Electric Guest is headed to Saratoga County this Tuesday, for a live performance at Upstate Music Hall in Clifton Park!

Founding members Asa Taccone (vocals/instrumentals) and Matthew Compton (drums) took five and half years to develop their first album “Mondo”, which quickly rose to #11 on the Heatseekers Album Charts.

Their fresh and upbeat tempo hit single, “Head that I hold” continues to receive tremendous air-play from local radio stations like WEQX, and put them on the map as MTV’s 2012 “Artists to Watch.”
Saratoga Millennial recently had a chance to sit down and speak with Matthew Compton and listened to what he had to say about his feelings on performing in smaller venues, what the independent music scene means to them, and what fans can expect at the upcoming concert!

“We absolutely love performing in smaller venues,” says Compton.

Saratoga Millennial - Asa Taccone and Matthew Compton
Asa Taccone and Matthew Compton
“We have performed for large crowds at festivals and you just lose a sense of connection with the fans, where the environment becomes the focus and the music is kind of in the background. I would much rather be able to look out and see everyone.”

Their EP "Holiday" is set to be released this Monday.

"Fans in Clifton Park can expect new songs added to the tour and a great show," says Compton.

Make sure you check back in this Friday for the complete fifteen minute interview and get your tickets today at Upstate Concert Hall!

October 15, 2012

Millennial Events: Blues Taveler at The Putnam Den

Blues Travelers | Saratoga Springs Concerts | Saratoga Millennial
Blues Traveler Rocks Putnam Den tonight at 9:00 p.m.
It’s a blast from the past for Saratoga’s Millennials as Blues Traveler hits up The Putnam Den in Saratoga Springs tonight!

The nineties Grammy-winning alternative rock band, led by frontman John Popper, is currently touring the county to promote their latest album titled, “Suzie Cracks the Whip.”

With this being the band’s eleventh album since 1990, Saratoga County is set to enjoy great classics like “Hook” and “Runaround,” as well as a variety of new tracks.

Making this concert even better is The Putnam Den’s relaxed lounge atmosphere that’s perfect for anyone who loves getting right up to the stage and within an arms distance from their favorite band.

The Putnam Den | Saratoga Springs Concerts | Saratoga Millennial
The Putnam Den in Saratoga Springs

Tickets are still available and only cost $28. Combined with $3 Labatt Blue and Bud Light/ $3 Jack Daniels shots, you and your friends can sit back, enjoy great tunes from your early days, and let the night cruise on!

Doors open at
8:00 p.m.

Show beings at
9:00 p.m.

Directions to The Putnam Den:

Putnam Street 
Saratoga Springs,  NY

October 12, 2012

Millennial Food: Bailey's Cafe in Saratoga Springs

Bailey's Restaurant | Saratoga Springs Restaurants | Saratoga Millennial
Bailey's Cafe in Saratoga Springs
Laid back atmosphere – check!

Great variety of drinks – check!


Bailey’s Restaurant in Saratoga Springs is our featured “Millennial Food” restaurant of the week because it has exactly what you want after a long week at work!

Whether you are hanging out with co-workers, friends, or family, Bailey’s offers a great selection of food and drinks in a comfortable, but beautiful atmosphere.

Check out their lobster bisque as the cold weather comes in and make sure you compliment it with one of their phenomenal burgers or sandwiches, like the North Atlantic Salmon Burger.
Bailey's Cafe Live Music | Saratoga Springs Restaurants | Saratoga Millennial
Great live music each and every weekend
Enjoy one of their “Featured Beers” of the week that include well-known names like Sam Adam’s Octoberfest, to great selections from local breweries like Saranac’s Pumpkin Ale.

Maybe you’d like some music in the background while you’re hanging out with your friends?

Well, Bailey’s offers live music each and every weekend with Mike LaPoint playing acoustic guitar tonight, and local rock legends Headwall performing tomorrow from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

 Chocolate Fondue at Bailey's Cafe | Saratoga Springs Restaurants | Saratoga Millennial
Delicious chocolate fondue
Great drink and food specials run throughout the entire week, so make sure you grab a friend and enjoy their “Martini Madness” on Mondays, or their $3 domestic draft and bottle night every Wednesday.

For information other great restaurants in Saratoga County, check out our “Millennial Food” section each week! 

To visit or contact Bailey’s:

37 Phila St # 5
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
(518) 583-6060

October 10, 2012

Millennial Events: Gaffney's Restaurant Monday Through Sunday!

Saratoga Millennial - Gaffney's Restaurant in Saratoga Springs - Jason Corrigan
Gaffney's Restaurant in Saratoga
Calling all Millennials, Gaffney’s Restaurant is the place to be!

From great daily specials to a variety of themes that keep things interesting and fun, Saratoga County’s 21 and up crowd is sure to enjoy their great drinks, great food, and great music all winter long!

For the past three decades, owner John Baker and his highly skilled team have entertained literally hundreds of thousands of Saratogians, tourists, and even celebrities from Tom Cruise to Keith Urban!

The reason why? Because they have everything!

During the gray winter months, Gaffney’s keeps things bright and alive with great music Thursdays through Saturday’s beginning at 9 p.m.
Tuesday night is “Open Mic” night with local legend Rick Bolton, who is there is provide the background music to the songs you’ve been dying to belt out (but have been too sober to try).

Looking for something to do tonight? Well, every Wednesday Gaffney’s hosts their B.Y.O.B (Build Your Own Burger) and Retro Night, where everyone can enjoy great custom burgers and classic hard-hitting drinks like Utica Club, Genessee, PBR, and many others at very low prices!

Saratoga Millennial - Gaffney's Restaurant - Jason Corrigan
Enjoy great food, drinks, and theme nights Monday through Sunday
Kick back with your burger and drink and enjoy great music as Gaffney’s whips out the vinyl record collection and keeps the tunes spinning all night!

Make sure you also check out other great Millennial Events taking place right outside your home!

To visit or contact Gaffney’s:

16 Caroline Street (Off of Broadway)
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

October 8, 2012

Millennial Music: 18-Year-Old Ian Campbell

Ian Campbell | Featured Saratoga Millennial | Saratoga Millennial
18-year-old Ian Campbell plays in Saratoga today, LA tomorrow
From May to October, Broadway in Saratoga Springs becomes the home for many young musicians throughout the area.

The sounds of drums and acoustic guitars are an essential part of what makes Saratoga Springs one of the best places to be throughout the summer months.

But while many of the musicians found here play for spare change, 18-year-old Ian Campbell is breaking through to Hollywood.

“Fine By Me” singer Andy Grammer and his manager received a link to one of Campbell’s Youtube performances; leading to Ian being flown out to various meetings with professional managers and producers across the country.

“One fan of mine sent my video to the manager of one of my favorite artists, Andy Grammer,” Ian says.

"That one email resulted in meetings in NY and LA."

Since then, Ian has created actual music videos for his own original songs, has a demo EP coming out on iTunes in a month, and continues to meet with management agencies, producers, and booking agents.

17 Year Old Ian Campbell | Featured Saratoga Millennial | Saratoga Millennail“The next step in my career is moving out to West Angeles,” Ian says.

To check out more of Ian's music and to see photos of his performances, you can visit his Facebook or Youtube pages and leave comments.

October 5, 2012

Featured Millennial: Paul Varga - A Voice for Domestic Violence Awareness

Paul Varga | Featured Saratoga Millennial | Saratoga Millennial
Saratoga County Alum and North Country On-Air Personality Paul Varga
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and is meant to shine light on a devastating issue that usually goes unnoticed in the dark.

The reason for this is that often, the victims of domestic violence are usually suffering at the hands of a beloved member of their family.

It's important to keep in mind that domestic violence can and does affect all walks of life. It is not contained to a specific demographic or based on status, income, or intelligence.

One Saratoga Millennial who has chosen to air their personal experience with domestic violence is Clifton Park native and Shen graduate Paul Varga.

October 3, 2012

Millennial Events: Celtic Sessions Wednesdays at The Parting Glass

Celtic Sessions | Saratoga Springs Events | Saratoga Millennial
Celtic Sessions performs every Wednesday night
Looking for something to do on a Wednesday night?

Well, Celtic Sessions at The Parting Glass might be your answer for filling in tonight’s empty calendar!

Playing traditional Irish music, Celtic Sessions brings good music, awesome people, and great vibes to all of their hangout spots, from Irish Day at the Saratoga Flat Track to Saratoga’s annual Chowderfest.

And for those who have yet to have the pleasure of hanging out at The Parting Glass, please let us be the first to introduce you to this amazing establishment!

The Parting Glass | Saratoga Springs Restaurants | Saratoga Millennial
Always a great crowd at The Parting Glass
With great food like their sweet potato fries and juicy burgers, to their vast selection of over 100 beers, there’s a reason why this particular pub has enjoyed over 30 years of success.

So grab your friends and enjoy some casual dining each and every Wednesday night with great Irish music hosted by Celtic Sessions!

And for the rest of the week, make sure you check out other great events at The Parting Glass including trivia night, dart league tournaments on Tuesdays, and of course, great concerts!

October 1, 2012

Millennial Music: The Maximus Band

The Maximus Band | Saratoga Springs Concerts | Saratoga Millennial
The Maximus Band

One of the best features of Saratoga County is its rich art and music scene that has catered to and launched the careers of thousands artists and musicians alike.

Our featured artist profile begins with local funk group The Maximus Band.

These guys have toured Saratoga County for the last three years, rocking venues and festivals from The Putnam Den to the Hats Off Music Festival.

The Maximus Band is set to introduce a new singer to their group, Shenendehowa graduate and Waterford native Lauren Kerr.

Lauren has performed in numerous venues throughout Saratoga County and has competed in a number of contests from Club Vapor to WGNA’s Karaoke Idol.
Her style and range is incredible as she is easily able to take over the presence of artists spanning from Martina McBride to Lauren Hill.
Lauren Kerr | Saratoga Springs Concerts | Saratoga Millennial
Lauren Kerr at the WGNA Idol contest

For a band whose members have over 30 years of experience performing, 24-year-old Kerr is the catalyst meant to liven up the crowds and get people jamming to their grooves.

For the Millennials who are looking to hang out with their friends with some great funk and R&B covers in the background, to those who love to stand in front of the stage and jam out, The Maximus Band is ready for you!

The Maximus Band’s first show with Lauren Kerr is set for November 10 at The Paddock Lounge in Saratoga Springs.

Featured Millennial: Nicole Totaro

Nicole Totaro | Featured Saratoga Millennial | Saratoga Millennial
 Nicole Totaro is the featured Millennial
One of the amazing things about Saratoga County is the level and depth of its resources, while still remaining a relatively small, low populated community. From its rich history to its relationship with the theater and arts, Saratoga County is an epicenter for great minds to come together and produce amazing things.

Our first featured Millennial is 25-year-old Shenendehowa graduate and Clifton Park native Nicole Totaro.

While the idea of the Millennial Generation for many is one of a 20-something-year-old sitting on the couch playing video games and still living at home, Nicole separates herself from this cliche through the work she has actively pursued over the last six years.

The Irish Times Restaurant & Pub – Saratoga Springs

The Irish Times Restaurant & Pub | Saratoga Springs Restaurants | Saratoga Millennial
The Irish Times Restaurant & Pub
“There’s nothing to do here!”

That’s not just our tag line, that’s a complete state of mind for many Millennials throughout Saratoga County.

The thing is, THERE’S A TON TO DO HERE!

For all bored Millennials looking for something to do this weekend, make sure you check out The Irish Times Pub and Restaurant in Saratoga Springs!

The Irish Times is a great hangout spot for anyone who likes the ease of hanging out with their friends in a bar, but is over the college-esq atmosphere of sticky floors, watered down liquor, and the chance that a fight could break out with one bruised ego.

Beautiful on the inside and very spacious, Millennials can enjoy great Irish food with an excellent variety of unique and imported beers.

What can be better than this?

Well, how about adding live entertainment to just about every weekend!

From area favorites to Dave Matthews cover bands, The Irish Times provides everything a Millennial could ever need in order to enjoy a break from that first post-college career.

The Irish Times | Saratoga Springs Restaurants | Saratoga Millennial
Always ready to keep your glasses full
For more information on The Irish Times and to see what events are happening each weekend, check out their website: The Irish Times Restaurant & Pub

This week’s lineup:

  • Thursday @ 7:30 p.m. - Jeff Brisbin
  • Friday @ 7:30 p.m. - Just Nate For Event
  • Saturday @ 9:30 p.m. - Dirt Cheap
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