New York February 08, 2019
This Historic New York Pump Station Is Now One Of The Most Delicious Restaurants Ever
Originally settled back in 1614,
Albany is considered to be the oldest place in New York, not only just our state capital. Reminding our residents of that information should only further refresh our memories of the fact that there are so many fascinating and historic sites to be visited in this one city of New York. Just off the highway and offering a warm welcome into town, find out how this historic water pump station transformed into one of the tastiest locations in all of Albany!
What once delivered water from the Hudson River into the Bleecker Reservoir, the Albany Pump Station has now become one of the most delicious restaurants in the city.
Maintaining its historic charm, the pump station's history dates all the way back to the late 1800s when it used to pump water from the river right under Clinton Avenue.
Albany Pump Station's atmosphere is charming and unique compared to many of the other restaurants you'll find in the area, with intriguing views waiting from you throughout the entire restaurant.
All throughout the year, you can expect to find 11 in-house brews that you can choose from.
Currently, the station has delicious options like their Cobblestone Crusher!, Luck of O'Leary Irish Stout, Palace Pilz, Pump Station Pale, Quackenbush Blonde, and other incredible options available.
To pair up with your brews, Albany Pump Station has quite the mouthwatering menu with starters like their beer pretzels, nachos, chicken wings, shrimp tacos, and Madeira mushroom meatballs all ready to be cooked up for you.
Albany Pump Station has also gained quite a loyal following through their amazing cheeseburgers, as well as other entree options like their seafood mac and cheese, cottage pie, meatloaf, NY strip steak, and sandwiches.
You'll also want to note that there's seating upstairs, where you can look down upon the rest of the station and enjoy the grand view of it all.
Open every day of the week, the next time you find yourself hungry in New York's State Capital, be sure to get your fill at Albany Pump Station.
Albany Pumpstation is open Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. To find out more information and to view each of their menus,
How to get here:
19 Quackenbush Square,
Albany, NY 12207
Where’s your favorite piece of history to dine inside of? For more historic gems that you can dine inside, check out how This Historic New York Train Depot Is Now A Beautiful Restaurant Right On The Tracks!