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2014

BEST OF The Saratoga Region


Week of June 6 – June 12, 2014

Congratulations!

Who are the best of the best that rise above the rest? We answer this question today, in our annual ‘Best of the Saratoga Region’ awards section…but the process began months ago. In mid-March we ran a few simple ads in Saratoga TODAY asking for input from our tens of thousands of readers. The request was simple: Nominate your favorite businesses in a variety of categories. In May, once the nomination process was over, we began the next phase and invited the entire public to vote on their favorite business. The response was overwhelming. Luckily we partnered with ‘Local Living In’ who had automated the entire process with a simple online voting program.

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Businesses SERVICES

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Apartment Living

1st PLACE

2 nd PLACE

The Paddocks of Saratoga

Skidmore Apartments

Assisted Living

Home of the Good Sheppard

Woodlawn Commons

Attorney

Jerry Amedio

Lemery Greisler

Thanks for being a part of our contest and congratulations to all the businesses that go above and beyond to make our region a great place to live, work and raise a family.

Auto Dealer

Mangino

Saratoga Honda

-Chad Beatty

Auto Repair

Child’s Automotive

Matt’s Service Center

Similar to prior years, this year we had a few new additions as well as a few surprises. I know I found a LOT of my favorite businesses on the list and I am sure you will also. So flip the pages, check out the results and go visit a winner that you may not have known about.


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2014

BEST OF The Saratoga Region

Publisher Chad Beatty

General Manager Robin Mitchell

Creative Director Colleen Sweeney

Advertising Sales Jim Daley Cindy Durfey

Graphic Design Jessica Kane

Melissa Brimacomb

Printing

Leader Herald

Five Case Street Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 (518) 581-2480 www.saratogaTODAYnewspaper.com

Week of June 6 – June 12, 2014

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2 nd PLACE

Bank

Adirondack Trust Company

Saratoga National Bank

Builder

Witt

Bonacio Construction

Car Wash

Hoffman Car Wash

H20

Chiropractor

Turning Point Chiropractic

Back In Motion Chiropractic

Credit Union

SEFCU

SCFCU

Disk Jockey

Coolcat Entertainment

Capital DJs

Dentist

Nicole Byrne Dental

Dr. Green & Fleming

Doctor

Zieker Eye

Dr. Susan Dorsey


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CATEGORY

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2 nd PLACE

CATEGORY

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2 nd PLACE

Dry Cleaner

Cudney’s Cleaners

Feigenbaum Cleaners

Insurance Agent

Adirondack Trust Co.

Nicole Dellaporta State Farm

Eye Care

Saratoga Vision

Zieker Eye

Landscape Company

Lasting Impressions

Brookside Nursery

Funeral Home

William J. Burke & Sons/Bussing & Cunniff Funeral Homes

Tunison Funeral Home

Life and Business Coach

Lifestylized

Dr. Ray Angelini

Granite

Granite & Marble Works

Capital Stone Limo

Saratoga Hybrid Cab Co.

Value Van Taxi & Car Service

Meeting Facility

Adirondack Trust

Hilton Garden Inn

Nursing Home

Wesley Health Care Saratoga Hospital Center Nursing Home

Pediatrician

Community Care Pediatrics

HVAC

Hospitals

Hearing Care Home Delivery Services

Boyce & Drake

Mulholland On Call

Saratoga Hospital

Albany Medical Center

Hearing Care Resources Cudney’s Cleaners

Hear For You King Brother’s Farm

Pediatric Associates of Saratoga


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CATEGORY

Week of June 6 – June 12, 2014

1st PLACE

2 nd PLACE

Photographer

Heather Bohm-Tallman

Niki Rossi

Physical Therapist

Regional Therapy Center

Sports Physical Therapy

Plastic Surgery

Steven Yarinsky, MDSaratoga Springs Plastic Surgery, PC

Dr. Jeffrey Ridha’s

Real Estate Agent

Christine Marchesiello

Jennifer Johnson

Real Estate Office

Roohan Realty

Keller Williams

Storage Facility

Morr-is-Stored

Affordable Storage

Swimming Pool

Concord Pools & Spas

Islander Pools and Spa

Tattoo/Piercing

Needlewurks

True Tattoo

Tile

Best Tile

Sherman Tile

Taxi

Saratoga Taxi

Saratoga Hybrid Cab Company

Used Car Dealer

Lant’s Auto

Mangino

Wedding Venue

Canfield Casino

Hall of Springs


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After Track Party

Asian

BBQ

Bagels

Bakery

1st PLACE Horseshoe Inn

Sushi Thai

PJ’s BBQ USA

CATEGORY

2 nd PLACE

Gaffney’s

One Caroline Street Bistro

Beer Selection

Druthers

Henry Street Taproom

Best Local Delivery

Springs Street Deli

Wings Over Saratoga

Breakfast

Country Corner Cafe

Uncommon Grounds

Burger

The Local Pub & Teahouse

Juicy Burger

Candy Store

Candy Company of Saratoga

JoAnn’s Candy House

Casual Dining

Olde Bryan Inn

The Local Pub & Teahouse

Caterer

Longfellows

Kim Klopstocks Lily and The Rose

Phila Fusion

Uncommon Grounds

Brueggers

Mrs. London’s

Bread Basket

2 nd PLACE

Bar for Live Music

Siro’s

Adirondack Barbeque Company

1st PLACE


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CATEGORY

Week of June 6 – June 12, 2014

1st PLACE

2 nd PLACE

Cheese

Putnam Market

Waterwheel Village

Chicken

Hattie’s Chicken Shack

PJ’s BBQ USA

Cocktails

Max London’s

Nine Maple

Coffee

Uncommon Grounds

Stewarts

Cupcakes

Bread Basket

Bette’s Cupcakes

Deli

Roma Foods

Spring Street Deli

Family Oriented

Circus Cafe

Harvest & Hearth Restaurant

Fine Dining

The Prime

The Wishing Well

Gelato/Yogurt

Plum Dandy

Saratoga Gelato

Happy Hour

Gaffney’s

Wheatfields

Hot Spot to See and be Seen

Saratoga Race Course

Saratoga National/ The Prime

Ice Cream

Stewart’s

Humpty Dumpty

Irish Pub

The Parting Glass

Irish Times

Italian

Augies

Chianti

Late Nite Bite

Esperanto

D’Andreas Pizza

Local The Local Pub & Neighborhood Bar Teahouse

Seven Horse Pub


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CATEGORY

Week of June 6 – June 12, 2014

1st PLACE

2 nd PLACE

Lunch

Roma Foods

Mexican

Cantina

Mexican Connection

Night Club

Saratoga City Tavern

Thirteen

Outdoor Dining

Maestro’s

Sperry’s

Pizza

Harvest & Hearth Restaurant

D’Andrea’s Pizza

Prime Rib

Wishing Well Restaurant

Cliff’s Country Inn

Seafood Restaurant

Sperry’s

The Wishing Well

Sports Bar

The Stadium

End Zone

Steak

Cliff’s Country Inn

Wishing Well Restaurant

Tea Shop

Whistling Kettle

The Local Pub & Teahouse

Wine List

Wine Bar

Jacob & Anthony’s

Wings

Wings Over Saratoga

Dozer Bar & Grill

The Local Pub & Teahouse


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Week of June 6 – June 12, 2014

1st PLACE

2 nd PLACE

Art Gallery

Spring Street Gallery

Impressions of Saratoga

Beauty Salon

Sanctuary Spa

The Strand

Best Spot for Girl’s Saratoga Paint & Night Out Sip

Paddock of Saratoga

Dance Instruction

Arthur Murray

Tango Fusion

Farmers Market

Saratoga Farmers’ Market

Ballston Spa Farmers Market

Fitness Center/ Gym

Saratoga YMCA

Saratoga Cycling Studio

Golf Course

Saratoga National Golf

Airway Meadows

Indoor Golf

Tarks Indoor Golf

Saratoga National Golf

Kids Activity

Children’s Museum

Saratoga Strike Zone

Kids Birthday Party Venue

Saratoga Strike Zone

Children’s Museum

Local Band

Soul Session/ Garland

McKrell’s

Massage

Roosevelt Bath & Spa

Sanctuary Spa

Museum

The Tang Teaching Museum

National Horse Racing Museum

Nail Salon

Hello Nails

Crystal Spa

Outdoor Sports

Alpine Ski Shop

Mountainman Outdoor

Pilates

Reform. A True Pilates Studio

Saratoga Pilates


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CATEGORY

1st PLACE

2 nd PLACE

Spa

Roosevelt Bath & Spa

Sanctuary Spa

Tanning Salon

Total Tan

Tropical Tann

Yoga

Hot Yoga

Yoga Mandali


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Lodging CATEGORY

1st PLACE

2 nd PLACE

Bed & Breakfast

Union Gables Inn & Suites

Geyser Lodge B&B

Camping

Alpine Lake Resort

Adirondack Adventure

Lodging

Gideon Putnam Resort

Hilton Garden Inn


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Shopping 1st PLACE

CATEGORY

2 nd PLACE

Appliance Store

Earl B. Feiden Appliances

Adirondack Appliance

Arts and Crafts

Saratoga Paint N Sip

Paper Dolls Stationer

Beverage Center

EBI

Minogue’s

Book Store

Northshire Bookstore

Barnes & Noble

Bridal Shop

Lily Saratoga

Something Bleu Bridal

Children’s Clothing Shop

G. Willikers Toys & Games

Pixie’s Closet

Children’s Toy Shop

G. Willikers Toys & Games

The Bundle Store

Consignment Shop - Clothing

Treasures Consignments

New 2 You Consignment Boutique

Consignment Shop - Household

Saratoga Consignment Studio

Treasures Consignments

Dress Shop

Spoken Boutique

Bird of Paradise

Florist Shop

Dehn’s Flowers & Gifts

The Posie Peddler

Furniture Store

Furniture House

Taft Furniture

Gourmet Market

Healthy Living Market

Putnam’s Market

Grocery Store

Price Chopper

Hannaford


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1st PLACE

2 nd PLACE

Hardware Store

Allerdice Building

Curtis Lumber

Health Food Store

Healthy Living Market

Four Seasons

Home & Garden

Hewitt’s

Sunnyside

Home Décor

Silverwood

Pipits of Saratoga

Jewelry Shop

Silverado

DeJonghe

Kitchen & Culinary Store

Compliments to the Chef

Saratoga Olive Oil Co

Lighting Shop

Wolberg Electric

Allerdice Building

Men’s Casual Clothing

Mountainman Outdoor

Alpine Sport Shop

Saratoga Gifts

Impressions of Saratoga

Saratoga Olive Oil

Shoe Store

Violets & Stella’s

Lucia Boutique

Tailor/Seamstress

Cudney’s Cleaners

Feigenbaum Cleaners

Wine & Liquor Store

Purdys

Putnam Wine

Woman’s Clothing Spoken Boutique

Violets of Saratoga


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PETS CATEGORY

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Groomer

Milton Manor

Brown Dog Pet Spa

Kennel

Milton Manor

Liberty Kennel

Pet Store

Dawgdom

Sloppy Kisses

Veterinarian

Ballston Spa Veterinary

Saratoga Veterinary


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EDUCATION CATEGORY

1st PLACE

2 nd PLACE

College

Skidmore College

Siena College

Daycare Center

Saratoga YMCA

Learning to Know Educational Center

Preschool

Saratoga Independent School

St. Clements

Private Schools

Waldorf of Saratoga

St. Clements


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This Week’s SPOLIGHT

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North Country will learn the basics of riding Horses Day Camp including walk, halt, steeroffers eight summer camp sessions that run Monday through Friday starting July 7th and ends on August 29th.

ing, and beginning to work at the posting trot. At the intermediate to advanced level, our campers will continue to work on skills learned in the past including; trotting on correct diagonals, balance of horse and rider, bending of horse, progress to or solidify canter or lope and work on identifying correct leads & jumping if riding level warrants.

We will be offering beginner through advanced riders‘camp. The rider must be 5 or older by their camp week. Riders will be grouped according to skill level during lessons. At the beginner level, riders will learn how Our riding lessons during to be safe and comfortable around the horses. Riders camp will be coordinated by

one of our riding instructors. We will also have unmounted sessions to include training of key topics that every rider should know. These classes are designed to build our rider‘s self confidence while teaching horsemanship safety. The lessons concentrate on safety first, proper grooming, communication skills, body alignment, balance and an independent seat which are the building blocks in becoming a good rider. Of course we will also have lots of time for games and group activities providing fun and entertainment all week long. The camp week is structured to provide our campers with good horse sense‘ while having lots of fun.


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