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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 over 1,000 people onto the streets of Troy, and attendees are able to enjoy over 30 art events, 15 music venues, and over 20 fine restaurants as well as unique boutiques of all varieties.

Jump on the Troy Trolley as it makes the rounds of the city, providing free transportation to all event attendees and stopping at major event destinations.

The RPI Shuttle is available for RPI students only, providing transportation between campus and Monument Square every hour (during the academic year only).



Maps highlighting all of the evening's activities are available at all participating venues and businesses. 


This Month's TNO celebrates summer on Friday, July 25th.  Be on the look out for specials and activities that beat the heat in Downtown!


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 Troy Night Out - Celebrate Summer!

 celebrate summer  = Celebrate Summer Specials!

 ** Featuring Live Music


 Keep checking back for more updates!


TASTE! all things food and drink


Beirut Restaurant(184 River Street, Block 22) :: Come to BEIRUT Restaurant this TNO and enjoy a FREE Stuffed Grape Leaves appetizer with each 2 of our dinners. (518)270-9404.

 **Brown’s Brewing (417 River Street, Block 1) :: Join us for Soul Sky on Brown's Taproom Stage at 9 pm (518)273-2337.

Carmen’s Café (198 1st St, South of Block 29) ::  Metroland 2014 Reader's Poll Best Tapas, Best International.  Featuring a full selection of tapas prepared fresh by Rising Star Chef Chris Faraci, plus wine, craft beer and sangria.    (518)326-2064

celebrate summer **Daily Grind (46 3rdStreet, Block 18) :: Music by Benedict  and Bobitude with special guest Sharel Cassity starting at 7:30PM. Cool off with our great beers, full wine and café menu. Breakfast served all day. (518)272-8658.

 **Dinosaur Bar-B-Que(377 River Street, Block 4) :: Midnight Riders will be performing at 9:30pm! (518)308-0400.

celebrate summerEnchanté Tea House (169 River Street, Block 21) :: Enchanté Tea House wil offer iced teas, smiles and knock knock jokes to beat the July heat. (518)461-6813

celebrate summerFinnbar's Pub (452 Broadway, Block 13) ::  We will have beer specials to keep you cool and food specials. Cool down with one of our 32 drafts on one of our three outdoor seating areas, inside for our delicious pub fare or play pool, darts, beer ball upstairs.  (518)326-3994

 Illium Café(9 Broadway, Block 11) :: Open with TNO Specials! (518)273-7700.

Lucas Confectionery (12 2nd Street, Block 17) ::Red, white, sparkling, rose, beer, cider, cheese, dessert?  We've got you covered with this, plus much more (518)326-3450.

celebrate summerNite Owl News (400 Fulton Street, Block 8) :: Take advantage of our double specials on our ice cold drinks. 2/$3 on giant 34OZ Arizona bottles, 2/$5 on all flavors of 24OZ Four Loko, Twisted Tea, Corona, Heineken and more. Get your drink on because you know the thirst is real! (518) 272-8586

celebrate summerMuddaddy Flats Quesadillary (409 Fulton Street, Block 13) :: Muddaddy Flats will be featuring a Taco Quesadilla (Vegetarian/vegan option too) and our S'mores quesadilla to celebrate summer.  (518)326-0630

**Ryan’s Wake (403 River Street, Block 1) :: TNO. . Live music with Frank Jaklitsch, solo acoustic guitar and singer. (518)270-9253.

**Spillin’ the Beans (13 3rd Street, Block 11)  :: Food, Drink, Live Music with Keith Prays Soul Jazz Revival 7-10 (518)268-1028.

Sweet Sues (203 River Street, Block 10) :: Amazingly delicious and entertaining coffee is being served at Sweet Sue's store front on River Street, July 25th for Troy Night Out by Stacks Espresso Bar. Stacks will be serving up some of the most tasty and interesting coffee using a special brewing method known as a pour over. As well as the visually interesting pour over method you'll get in touch with your inner coffee nerd as they serve up interesting and entertaining coffee nuggets. You'll also be able to purchase some of their highly-addictive, very delicious Cold Brew Iced Coffee.  (518)892-2933.

celebrate summerThe Brown Bag (156 4th Street and Ferry, Block 33) ::Beat the heat with $1 milkshakes with any burger or sandwich purchased from 5pm-9pm.  (518)279-7699

The Flying Chicken (122 4th Street, Block 26) ::  Come by and enjoy our "LIFE OF WORTH" art exhibit! Lots of talented artists for this one, don't miss it! We also have new menu options! (518) 326-3546

 **The Ruck(104 3rdStreet, Block 32) :: Come celebrate Troy Night Out with an awesome lineup from OSKAR BLUES! More info at

The Whistling Kettle (254 Broadway, Block 12) :: Kitchen will be open until 8:30! Enter our 10 year anniversary contest for prize drawings – grand prize is tea for a year!




TOUCH! shops, shops, shops


Annick Designs - Fine Artisan Jewelry (269 River Street, Block 10) ::Join us this Troy Night Out for a spiritual experience of sound healing. Daniel Roy, who is a Shamanic and Crystal Healer and Sound Therapist will be playing his crystal, singing bowls. Their calming tones help to heal by reinstating the natural sense of balance and harmony.  (518)273-7860

Apollo's Den (95 4th Street, Block 18) :: Hand-blown glass creations like you've never seen them before. Home decor, jewelry, gifts and smoking (tobacco) accessories. Complimentary snack and refreshments. 5-9pm. (518)621-3005

Artcentric Gallery (266 River Street, Block 18) :: Artist Sarah Roberts. Come meet the artist and enjoy 'The Effect/Affects of Light.' The perfect way to spend an evening in Troy. (518)272-4278

 Dang! That’s Cherry (11 3rd Street, Block 11) ::Come join us tonight and step into the mind of local artist Joe Montepagani From amazing oils to wood cut prints, his work will surely inspire you . (518)331-5338

Flowers by Pesha (177 River Street, Block 21) :: Stop in for store specials. Voted #1 “Best Florist” 2012 & 2013 Troy Record Reader’s Choice Award. 2010-2014 WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Award “Florist.”  (518)272-1980

 Flower World (83 3rd Street, Block 24) :: Stop by for an exhibit of  art work by Jody Pearl. (518)270-9308

Henry Loves Betty (195 River Street, Block 10) :: Henry Loves Betty will be holding a treat tasting for dogs as well as hosting local artist Shari Sarachan who creates custom pet portraits along with other whimsical works of art. We can't wait to see you and your pet!  (315)744-8277

Hippies, Witches & Gypsies(212 River Street, Block 22) :: Stop by & cool off with purple! TNO Hours 11am-9pm. Watch our facebook page for more details.  (518)236-1048

 JK Bloom Jewelers (21 3rd Street, Block 11) ::JK Bloom Jewelers has new Pandora beads for summer.  Stop in and check out the Flamingo, Sea Horse, NY Mets, Yankees and Red Sox beads!  Don't forget that we clean and polish silver Pandora bracelets for free. It takes two hours and they look like new! (518)272-1807

 celebrate summerMarEle Boutique Accessories (427 River Street, Block 1) :: Celebrate Summer with complimentary Sangria and TNO 10% off! (518)522-7479

Market Block Books (290 River Street, Block 11) :: Kate Fagan, ESPN Commentator signs her new book: Reappearing Act. 7-9 PM. (518) 328-0045

Playing on the Furniture (272 River Street, Block 11) :: Please come say goodbye as this will be our last TNO before we close the shop on July 31 and move to Texas. (518 )272-2006.

Shabadashery (137 2nd & Division, South of Block 30, by Russell Sage College) ::Visit our Shoppe for a travel back in history and enjoy 10% off any item!  Celebrate and enjoy your evening! Enjoy your evening! (518)225-7059

celebrate summerT and J Soap(271 River Street, Block 10) :: Celebrate summer with our new limited edition Watermelon scented soap. Looks and smells good enough to eat! New roll on perfume and essential oils this month. Treat yourself or a loved one to wonderful artisan soaps, lotions, bath bombs & balms. All soaps & soy candles are handmade right in the shop in small controlled batches.  (518)272-2660

 celebrate summerThe Broken Mold Studio (284 River Street, 2nd Floor, Block 11) :: Celebrate Christmas in July! Kids come and paint an ornament off the tree! Free!  (518)273-6041.

The Grocery (211 Broadway, Block 17) ::Stop in The Grocery and enjoy our Taco Night. South East Asian inspired tacos and beer specials available. (518) 326-3450

 celebrate summer3rd Street Potters (3 3rd Street, Block 11) ::New work  is always arriving  at the shop.  Lee Glasheen will be our Artist of the Month come and talk to her and see all the artist's locally made work.  Cool off with refreshments.  (518)273-6041



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



**Collar Works (137 4th Street, Block 32) :: We will have Rival Galaxies performing with a guest opener. Music starts at 8pm! 

Martinez Gallery (3 Broadway, Suite 203, Block 16) :: New Exhibition: From the Heart / De Corazon is the Gallery’s summer show with George Hofmann, Lope Max Diaz, Dan Mehlman, and Jim Richard Wilson. Also unframed art at great values! (518)274-9377

**Prism Glass Work (225 4th Street, South of Block 32) ::Prism Glassworks Presents Marty Preston "Full Circle" art show and glass Demo. Thomas Hua will be showing a collection on our walls "Transience". Free to the public, Drinks, Music and raffles. Friday July 25 th 5pm-11pm. (518) 273 4527

Rensselaer County Historical Society (57 2nd Street, Block 23) :: This Friday, July 25th, the Rensselaer County Historical Society (RCHS) will host an event honoring the Civil War’s 125th New York Volunteer Infantry, during Troy Night Out. Civil War Re-enactors from the 125th New York Regimental Association Inc. will muster for a special presentation of a new regimental flag they commissioned based on the historic flag held at the New York State Military Museum in Saratoga Springs. New York’s 125th was organized in Troy in August of 1862 and recruited from throughout Rensselaer County. At 5:45pm, the re-enactors plus anyone who wishes to join us will depart from the Rensselaer County Historical Society (57 Second Street) to march to Monument Square just two blocks north. At the square, members of the 125th will be drummed in for roll call, a bugler will play taps and the old colors will be retired and presented to RCHS who will then present the regiment with their new colors. A small exhibit of items related to the history of the 125th will be at RCHS for one night only. (518)272-7232

St. Paul's Church (58 3rd Street, Block 18) :: The interior of the 1828 St. Paul's Church has a magnificent 1894 renovation by the Louis Comfort Tiffany Co.  (518)273-7351

The Clement Frame Shop and Art Gallery (201 Broadway (Monument Square), Block 17) :: "Of Beauties & Beasts" - Thirteen artists from Denmark, Canada, England, Ukraine & The United States. Paintings, Sculptures & Drawings. Opening reception from 6-9pm. (518)272-6811

The Photography Center (404 River Street, Block 3) :: The Photography Center of the Capital District features the dramatic and unique underwater photographs of David Hall.  Book signing of his latest book of marine animals "Beneath Cold Seas" and reception from 5 to 9 P.M. (518)273-0100

 WAY BACK GALLERY (169 River Street, Block 21) :: The Way Back Gallery invites you to a Troy Night OUT OF LOVE, featuring the love vignettes of French artists Delphine Cossais & Mika. A colorful, whimsical and poetic show not to be missed!. (518)461-6813.





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


1stPlayable Productions(5 3rdStreet, 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

Playful Performing Arts (251 River Street, Block 10) :: Playful Performing Arts is offering free children’s mini-workshops with dance, drama and music. 

Troy Dance Factory (291 River Street, Block 10) ::Join us from 6:30-8:30 for a Nadine Medina Designs jewelry trunk show! One-of-a-kind pieces will be available, which can be previewed on the Nadine Medina Designs Facebook event

**Troy Savings Bank Music Hall (30 2nd Street, Block 17) ::Join us for an outdoor concert with an all acoustic set with Mike Kendall from the band Lastdayshining. 

Underground Athletics (251 River Street, Block 10) :: Protect yourself with safe skin care and facial cupping treatments. Your skin will be glowing all summer long! Stop by to sample Beautycounter products and learn about facial treatments like cupping.  (518)369-4920

Upstate Physicians Services (2001 5th Ave, Suite 110, Block 5) :: Join Kathleen Vroman, LMT for a 30-45 minute session for general information about massage. There will be a chance to learn self-massage techniques that you can do at home in between massage sessions to get the most out of therapy.(518) 687-1960.