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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.

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 Troy Night Out :: March 27th

Flashback Friday!!

 This month, Troy Night Out is featuring a flashback of historic Troy, NY! March's TNO is all about remembering Troy's rich and vibrant history. Come downtown to check out how our city has changed throughout the years.Over 40 businesses are participating and offering great specials and discounts. Don't miss out!


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   ** Featuring Live Music

tno flashback fri = Flashback Friday Specials


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) ::  Stop in for a pint of your favorite beer and jam to the Lustre Kings!(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 Greek House (27 3rd Street, Block D6) :: Where every day is a Greek Festival! An authentic Greek kitchen.  Go Greek…OPA! (518)272-6058

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

**Infinity Café (172 River Street, Block F8) :: Open house in our banquet room! Entertainment by Marcus Ruggiero and FREE food tasting from 5PM-9PM.  (518)491-5657

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

Muddaddy Flats Quesadillary (49 Third Street, Block D7):  (518)326-0630

tno flashback fri**O’Brien’s Public House (43 3rd Street, Block D7) :: Live Music, Flashback Specials. (518) 874-1734

tno flashback friPeck’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 Whistling Kettle (254 Broadway, Block D7) ::  Tea Tasting Dinner - includes five unique new teas. Available after 3pm. (518)874-1938



TOUCH! shops, shops, shops

Annick Designs - Fine Artisan Jewelry & Rock Shop (269 River Street, Block E6) :: We've expanded our collection of mineral specimens and crystals, as well as unique gifts made with stones, like oil lamps, candle holders and trinket boxes. Our stones are hand-picked to satisfy all of your metaphysical needs, jewelry designs or to add that special piece to your collection. This TNO we will help start or add to your collection with a free mystery rock with every purchase of $20 or more. (518)273-7860

Antiques Warehouse (78 4th Street, Block C7) :: Open till 8 for Troy Night Out. (518)421-1736

Artcentric Gallery (266 River Street, Block E6) :: Celebrate Spring! All vintage Art on sale. Select jewelry discounted to make room for our April re-launch.  (518)691-0007

tno flashback friAurora's Boutique (286 River Street, Block D6) ::All "Mame Faye" Seductive Style Dresses, $20.00 Each.  (518)266-1191 

tno flashback friEnigma Co (16 First Street, Block E7) ::  Come join us as we celebrate the history of the "Collar City" with a great sale on all collar shirts and dress attire! And see what we've done with the 16 1st street space located in the Historic District! (518)308-8422

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 some new Spring products!   (315)744-8277

Hippies, Witches & Gypsies (212 River Street, Block F7) :: Open until 8:00 pm on TNO. The end of the winter is drawing near. Come see our specials, for things we hold dear. (518) 326-1048

JK Bloom Jewelers (21 3rd Street, Block D6) :: We're Spring Cleaning!  Stop in and let us clean your jewelry for spring. We'll ultrasonic the winter gunk away and make it sparkle for the warm weather.  (518)272-1807

MarEle Boutique Accessories (427 River Street, Block C3) ::  Roll Back Special ~.99 Earrings with any $25.00 purchase.  (518)522-7479

Nine Steps Away to Africa :: (199 River Street, Block F7) :: New musical instruments, new wood carvings, new leather handbags and more.... (518)894-4388

beautiful live mannequins, and fun dance music by DJ Trumastr!!  (518) 271-1172.

One Kind Boutique (182 River Street, Block F8) ::Eco friendly thrift boutique. We have everything from clothing to accessories and Art. $3 trunk clothing sale. Troy’s hidden secret. (518) 669-3253 

River Rocks Jewelry & Beadshop (209-211 River Street, Block F7) :: Welcome Spring with huge savings on beads, gifts, and select jewelry! Help us make room for new merchandise! (518)273-4532

Segel Violins (44 Third Street, Block D7) :: We'll be having recorder players in the shop for TNO. They'll be playing a carity of music from Renaissance to modern pieces from 7:00-8:30PM. Great event for the whole family!

T and J Soap (271 River Street, Block E6) ::  All stocked up on 40 varieties of handmade luxurious cold process soap, bath bombs and candles. Come and treat yourself or a loved one to affordable luxury! (518)272-2660 

tno flashback friTrojan Horse Anqiues (Frear Building, 2 Third Street, Block  D6) ::  Join us this TNO for a celebration of Troy's history!  We will be sharing the famous staircase here in the Frear building with visitors. See our huge inventory of all things Troy including furniture, books, photograph's and advertising.  (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 $15! This month’s poster is illustrated by Phil Pascuzzo. We’ll only be printing them on Troy Night Out, so this is your only chance to snag one! (518)687-1010

 tno flashback friWeathered Wood (13 2nd Street, Block E7) :: Stop in to see what we’re making with old Troy wood.  (518)701-4094


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

Argyle Gallery (46 4th Street, Block C6) :: Paganism-Christianity in Art: An exploration of conflicting cultural iconography.  A graphic art examination of the tensions and parallels between Christian & Pagan culture.  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: TOOMelinda R. McDaniel + John McQueen. The Arts Center’s 2014 Emerging and Established Artist Award winners will explore the dialog between their works in sculpture and installation. Wallace + Foyer Galleries: Questar III 26th Annual Invitational Art Show. Open to all public high school students (9-12). Artwork from each participating school district was selected for the exhibit, with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place award winners chosen at the discretion of this year’s juror. (518) 273-0552

tno flashback friCity Station (1520 6th Avenue, Block B9) :: Stop by City Station’s Memorial Box and check out all the Troy artifacts for Flashback Friday! These artifacts were found during construction of a project site in the middle of the 19th century. The artifacts left behind reveal a glimpse of what tenement life was like in Troy during this time.

Clement Frame Shop and Art Gallery (201 Broadway (Monument Square), Block E6) :: Janice Anthony & Gordana Vukovic - "Beyond Out Pathways: Nature in Layers." Artist reception from 6-9pm.  (518)272-6811

tno flashback friFulton Street Gallery (408 Fulton Street, Block C6) :: "She Parts", paintings by Monica Bill Hughes. Enter our Troy History  questionnaire for prizes.  (518)331-0217

 Martinez Gallery (3 Broadway, Suite 203, Block E7) :: New Exhibition: PAPER, Framed and Unframed,with Gallery artists including Burkholder, Callner, Marlowe, Mehlman, Mendoza, Perez, Vargas, Wilson, and others. Also antiques, jewelry, and fine objects. (518)274-9377

tno flashback friRensselaer County Historical Society (57 2nd Street, Block E8) :: Last chance to see the Troy Savings Bank exhibit before it closes.  Also, Scenic Overlook: Perspectives on Rensselaer County’s Changing Landscape.  (518)272-7232 

The Photography Center (404 River Street, Block C3) :: "Wanderings: Images from places of magic and amazement" featuring the large photographs of Yva Momatiuk and John Eastcott, internationally known for their National Geographic publications. (518)273-0100

Springwood Studios (152 4th Street, Block C9) ::  Kevin Maul and Friends—  Hear the area's premier dobro guitar player jam with his friends.  Featuring Peggy Lecuyer of The Nellies.  Try out our cajons and wooden tongue drums.  Look at fine furniture and woodwork. Open 5-9, music 6-8.  Refreshments by Carmen's Café.

tno flashback friSt. 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

Studio 227 (227 Fourth Street, South of Block C9) :: Please join us for the opening reception of WallflowersWallflowers – botanically inspired sculptures from found metal objects by artist, Fredda Merzon. (518)428-3453 

Terra Nova Gallery (409 River Street, Block C3) :: "Under the direction of Scott and Katria Foster, Siena College students created artworks depicting the Last Seven Words of Christ, a meditational series analogous to the stations of the cross.”


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

tno flashback friA Space to Grow (216 River Street, Block F7) :: Bring a friend or loved one and join us for a bit of tea and a look back through history. Come and learn a bit about the history of the Rice Building and discover how A Space To Grow is contributing to that history. 6-8 pm.  (518)545-4606

The Arts Center of the Capital Region (265 River Street, Block E6) ::  Day/Night/Day: A puppet play by Artist in Residence, Morgan Kelly, a short puppet piece for children & families. The story takes you through the life of one small neighborhood. We meet the people (and animals!) that live there, learn their favorite games & get to glimpse into their nighttime dreams. Run time: 20 minutes. All ages welcome. This show is meant for small audiences, so seating is limited. Show Times: 6pm, 6:40pm, 7:20pm, 8:00pm. Digital Arts Lab: “Interactive Showcase” – Step inside & try out a free, curated selection of locally created games and interactive art, presented by Tech Valley Game Space.(518) 273-0552

Christ Church United Methodist (35 State Street) :: Christ Church United Methodist and The Robert C. Parker School will once again be hosting a benefit Spaghetti and Meatball Dinner to raise funds for 5 local downtown Troy charities. This is the 12th uear the groups have partnered to raise funds and bring awareness to many vital services. Adults $14, Children $6; 5p-8p.Funds from this year's dinner will go to Troy Area United Ministries, Capital Roots, the YWCA, Unity House, and Joseph’s House. (518)272-8392

Community Massage & Holistic Therapies (255 River Street, Block E6) OPEN HOUSE 5-7 pm at our NEW LOCATION 270 River St, Suite 201. Come see our new space, meet practitioners and enter a raffle; check out retail items for healthy living, and get a free chair massage. Welcome to your urban oasis!  (518)272-1400

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

**Troy Savings Bank Music Hall (30 2nd Street, Block E7) :: Troy Savings Bank Music Hall presents the best in bluegrass with The Gibson Brothers, Singing Brother Harmonies.  Tickets are available at the Box Office starting at 6 PM, show time is 7:30 PM.  (518)273-8945


TNO Themes:

January - The New Year's Night Out

February - Tiffany Glass Fest/TNO Birthday

March - Flashback Friday

April - Earth Day

May - Kids & Pets Night Out

June - Red, White & Blue

July - Celebrate Summer

August - Sidewalk Sale

September - Student Night

October - Halloween

November - Black Friday Edition

December - No TNO this month