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Troy Night Out

TNO logo - large- whiteTroy Night Out is a monthly arts and cultural event that takes place the last Friday of every month in Downtown Troy from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. The event regularly draws thousands people onto the streets of Troy, and attendees are able to enjoy over art events, music venues, fine restaurants as well as unique boutiques of all varieties.

 Would you like to participate in TNO? Click HERE for the application!

  

 Troy Night Out :: February 27th

Celebration of Tiffany Glass & TNO 9th Birthday!!

Did you know that Troy, NY is holds one of the largest Tiffany Glass collections in the world? Louis Tiffany was born on February 18th, 1848. His father, Charles, is known as the founder of Tiffany & Company, but Louis made a name for himself in the art of glassmaking. To celebrate Troy's connection to the famed Tiffany Glass, and in honor of Louis Tiffany's birthday, February's theme is a celebration of Tiffany Glass.

 

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   ** Featuring Live Music

27759114 872497 ED = Tiffany Glass Specials!

 

Tiffany Glass Tour!

Kick off TNO with a guided tour of Troy’s Tiffany Glass collection from 2-5pm. The tour will be guided by Tom Carroll of the Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway and RiverSpark Heritage Area. Donations suggested to help restore and protect Troy’s Tiffany heritage. This year’s beneficiary is St. Paul’s Church. The tour will start at Monument Square. Seating is limited, reserve a space by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (518)279-7997.

Then stick around for TNO afterward!

 

TASTE!  all things food and drink 

Beirut Restaurant (184 River Street, Block F8) :: Enjoy a FREE lentil soup with any of our meat dinners. (518)270-9404

B-rads Bistro(1809 Fifth Avenue, Block C6 ) :: B-rads is now Open for Dinner!! With popular dishes such as our Guinness Braised Short Ribs & Lobster Manicotti, the feedback has been amazing thus far. You can call for a Reservation or Just Walk-in! We now have a Liquor License & Full Service Bar with hours from 4pm-? And the Kitchen from 5:30-10pm. Small Plates, Big Plates, Specialty Drinks and more…  (518)326-4041

 **Brown’s Brewing (417 River Street, Block C3) :: Jet Crash Boys will be playing in the Taproom from 9pm-12am. (518)273-2337

**Daily Grind (46 3rd Street, Block D7) :: Tango from 5:30-8:30 music from 8:30 until ? Cafe menu served all day. Beer wine and delicious cocktails.(518)272-8658

The Grocery (211 Broadway, Block E7) :: Troy Taco returns with new tacos, new craft beer on tap, and Mexican-style corn in a cup that is not to be missed.  (518) 326-3450

Illium Cafe (9 Broadway, Block C7) :: Open with TNO Specials! (518)273-7700

Lucas Confectionery (12 2nd Street, Block E7) ::Linger over wine, beer, & sharing plates. (We are happy to accommodate large groups in our heated garden.)(518)326-3450

27759114 872497 ED Muddaddy Flats Quesadillary (49 Third Street, Block D7): Free Stain Glass Sugar Cookie with every order. Gluten free & vegan options available too. (518)326-0630

27759114 872497 ED**O’Brien’s Public House (43 3rd Street, Block D7) :: Celebrate with a Tiffany Martini and Live Music.  (518) 874-1734

Peck’s Arcade (217 Broadway, Block E7) :: Eat at Troy's newest restaurant or sip on a cocktail at Troy's newest bar.  Happy Hour upstairs from 4pm - 7pm. (518) 326-3450

**Spill’n the Beans (13 3rd Street, Block D6) :: Food, Drink, Live Music with Keith Prays Soul Jazz Revival 7-10pm. (518)268-1028

The Tavern (217 Broadway [Upstairs Peck’s Arcade], Block E7) :: C. Ryder Cooley performs new work REVIVAL and other songs from her catalog with guest storyteller, Richard Lovrich. The Tavern Bar at 217 Broadway. Show at 9:00 PM. $5 Suggested Donation. (518) 326-3450

 

 

TOUCH! shops, shops, shops

27759114 872497 EDApollo’s Den (95 4th Street, Block C8) :: Artisans living in your community create the pieces that stock our shelves!  Primarily glass jewelry, hanging glass, flower vases and botanicals we also offer a wide range of home decoratives you will find nowhere else!  We make it!  We sell it!  We love it!  You will too!!! (518)621-3005

Aurora's Boutique (286 River Street, Block D6) :: Visit Aurora's for 50% off the entire store! (518)266-1191 

The Broken Mold Studio (284 River Street, Block D6) :: Featured artist Carolyn O'Donnell, Dancing Star Designs.(518)273-6041

Enigma Co (16 First Street, Block E7) :: Let's spring forward and shake this cold weather with some amazing sales and a good night out!  (518)308-8422

Foam Brain Games (71 Fourth Street, Block C7) :: Stop by Foam Brain Games for fun and board games. Come play games outside with us. (518)874-1033

Henry Loves Betty (195 River Street, Block F7) :: Henry Loves Betty will be hosting a sweet-treat tasting for dogs! Stop by with your dog and try some new treats and check out our selection of toys, apparel, accessories and more!  (315)744-8277

MarEle Boutique Accessories (427 River Street, Block C3) :: Take 15% off your total purchase! 

Naturally Grown :: (282B River Street, Block D6) :: Learn how to integrate Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils into your home to improve health and well-being for everyone in the family. 

 Nine Steps Away to Africa :: (199 River Street, Block F7) :: Step off of River Street and into an African Oasis at 9 Steps Away to Africa, for the new year we have new jewelry, black soap and Shea butter lotion! (518)894-4388

27759114 872497 EDNite Owl News (400 Fulton Street, Block C6) :: You'll be amazed at what you can find here. Stop by grab something quick to eat and mention TNO and receive 20% off all jewelry and accessories! (518) 272-8586

Pfeil Hardware & Paint (63 3rd Street, Block D8) :: Don’t miss the last 2 days of our Gotta Love February Sale! (518)687-0014

27759114 872497 EDRiver Rocks Jewelry & Beadshop (209-211 River Street, Block F7) :: Come check out our beautiful selection of glass beads! Handblown glass by local artisans, Czech , lampwork and more...all 20-50%off! (518)273-4532

27759114 872497 EDT and J Soap (271 River Street, Block E6) :: Happy birthday TNO! Treat yourself or a loved one to wonderful artisan soaps, lotions, bath bombs & balms. All soaps & soy candles are handmade right here in small controlled batches. Greeting cards by local photographer Paula Hebert featuring Troy's various stained glass windows for sale.  (518)272-2660

27759114 872497 EDTrojan Horse Anqiues (Frear Building, 2 Third Street, Block  D6) ::  Join us this TNO for specials on our large collection of stained and leaded glass lamps, including antique, vintage and new stained glass lamps.  Come see the magic created with colored glass and light!!!!!  Also big discounts on large inventory of furniture.  (518)376-2670

Troy Cloth & Paper (291 River Street, Block D6) :: Stop by to print your own special Troy Night Out frameable poster for only $12! This month’s poster is illustrated by Troy artist Ira Marcks. We’ll only be printing them on Troy Night Out, so this is your only chance to snag one! (518)687-1010

 

LOOK! galleries, museums, and other fun things to see

Argyle Gallery (46 4th Street, Block C6) :: GUMBO: A group study of the visual art technique.  An exhibition featuring diverse illustration & painting techniques implemented by artists native to the immediate surrounding area and beyond.  Please come join us for a night of conversation and libation at this artist/social gathering space in downtown Troy.  Doors open at 6 pm.

The Arts Center of the Capital Region (265 River Street, Block E6) :: Main Gallery: TOO, Melinda R. McDaniel + John McQueen. 2014 Emerging and Established Artist Award winners explore the dialog between their works in sculpture and installation.  Foyer Gallery: 5th Annual Day 2 Day Print Exchange, Curated by Danielle Godbout. An annual call for artists with a concentration on printmaking. (518) 273-0552

Clement Frame Shop and Art Gallery (201 Broadway (Monument Square), Block E6) :: Sara Pruiksma & Marlene Wiedenbaum: "The World As We See it, The World As We Imagine it." Artist Reception from 6-9pm.  (518)272-6811

Fulton Street Gallery (408 Fulton Street, Block C6) :: "Progress through Process" - Healing through Art making. 5-8pm  (518)331-0217

27759114 872497 ED Martinez Gallery (3 Broadway, Suite 203, Block E7) :: Current Exhibition: Through the Ages with work by the extraordinary Jaime Suarez and other Gallery artists. With our return from a winter break, the Gallery offers 50% off vintage and fine jewelry. (518)274-9377

Rensselaer County Historical Society (57 2nd Street, Block E8) :: Exhibit Opening: Scenic Overlook: Perspectives on Rensselaer County’s Changing Landscape.  Featuring over 50 historic and contemporary landscape paintings, prints and photographs. (518)272-7232 

The Photography Center (404 River Street, Block C3) ::   Reception for the "12/13/14" Exhibit featuring 70 works by regional photographers who were challenged to make interesting images on that date (a numeric sequence which will never recur).  (518)273-0100

Springwood Studios (152 4th Street, Block C9) ::   Separated at Birth—  Venice and Troy?  A travelogue and photo essay by Tom Roland.  Also showing, Just Built Gems + Refurbished Antiques, by Jim Lewis and the Springwood crew.  Refreshments by Carmen’s Café.  

St. Paul's Church (58 3rd Street, Block D7) :: The interior of the 1828 St. Paul's Church has a magnificent 1894 renovation by the Louis Comfort Tiffany Co.  (518)273-7351

Terra Nova Gallery (409 River Street, Block C3) :: Opening Exhibition: Simeon Youngmann is an artist living & working in the Albany area. . His work in the gallery exhibits drawings made during the last two years, including a selection of the drawings are from his A Grief Observed series and were informed by C.S. Lewis' book of the same name.

The Photography Center (404 River Street, Block C3) ::Reception for the "12/13/14" Exhibit featuring 70 works by regional photographers who were challenged to make interesting images on that date (a numeric sequence which will never recur).  (518)273-0100

 

DO!  performing arts and other cool stuff that you just can’t miss

1st Playable Productions (5 3rd Street, Suite 300, Block 11) :: Stop by for a tour of our game studio located in an 1800's ballroom, participate in our interactive Minecraft exhibit, or try our latest games! Open 5-8PM. (518) 271-8172

A Space to Grow (216 River Street, Block F7) :: Conscious Movements Collective 6-8: Join us for a tea & chat with about mindfulness, movement & more. We are also offering FREE Meditation Sessions of Raja Yoga Meditation every 15 minutes from 5-8 pm. (518)545-4606

The Arts Center of the Capital Region (265 River Street, Block E6) :: “At First Glance”-Performances featuring the newest choreography by dancers in the Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company: Claire Jacob-Zysman, Andre Robles and Laura Teeter, joined this year by ESDC alumnus and current members of XT Danscollective: Christy Williams and Jennifer Yackel. This year's concert will consist of almost entirely duets, exploring the multitude of emotions and dynamics that are possible between two people. Shows will be at 6:00 and 7:00, and will run for approximately 45 minutes. Digital Arts Lab: “Interactive Showcase” - Step inside and try out a free, curated selection of locally created games and interactive art, presented by Tech Valley Game Space (techvalleygamespace.com). (518) 273-0552

Heartspace Yoga and Healing Arts (10 2nd Street, Second Floor, Block E7) :: Heartspace Yoga will be offering “Bring a Friend For Free” Yoga on Friday Night at 6PM.  Two for the price of one.  (518) 512-3390

Russell Sage College (Bush Memorial, 45 Ferry Street, Block C9) :: Russell Sage College Black History Month Concluding Celebration - Featuring Doundounba and African Drumming Experience -7pm -  Russell Sage College, Bush Memorial, Corner of First and Congress Streets.