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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 will host a Sidewalk Sale all around Downtown Troy on Friday, August 29th!


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August Troy Night Out - Sidewalk Sale 

 sidewalk sale  = Sidewalk Sale Participants!

 ** Featuring Live Music


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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 C3) :: Join us for a Lost Distillery Scotch tasting in the Malt Room from 7-9 pm and Graham Tichy on the Taproom Stage at 9 pm.(518)273-2337

**Daily Grind (46 3rd Street, Block D7) ::  Tango from 5:30 -8 and then stay for some great music until? Cafe Menu served all evening along with delicious desserts , great beers and wine. Breakfast served all day. (518)272-8658

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

The Grocery (211 Broadway, Block E7) :: Stop in The Grocery and enjoy our Taco Night. South East Asian inspired tacos and beer specials available. (518) 326-3450

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

Lucas Confectionery (12 2nd Street, Block E7) :: What’s better than fresh pressed juice? Fresh pressed juice and bubbly.! Lucas Confectionery and Collar City Hard Pressed are teaming up to celebrate the last Troy Night Out of the summer. Join us on the garden patio for fresh wine cocktails all night.  (518)326-3450

 Muddaddy Flats Quesadillary (49 Third Street, Block D7) :: Come join us in our new location, 49 3rd street between State & Broadway. Check out all the cool new space! Specials TBA (518)326-0630 

**O’Brien’s Public House (43 3rd Street, Block D7) :: We will have live music for TNO! (518) 874-1734

 Plum Dandy Frozen Yogurt (1521 6th Ave, City Station) :: Plum Dandy Frozen Yogurt at City Station celebrates Troy Night Out with Buy One, Get One Free Frozen Yogurt Sundaes. (518)326-8003

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

The Whistling Kettle (254 Broadway, Block D7) :: Enjoy our award winning food. Kitchen open until 8:30pm. Try a sample of our new Matcha lattes. (518)874-1938



TOUCH! shops, shops, shops

 sidewalk saleAnnick Designs - Fine Artisan Jewelry (269 River Street, Block E6) :: Join us for a spiritual experience of sound healing. Back by popular demand, Yoga master, Cheryl Beckmann and Daniel Roy, who is a Shamanic and Crystal Healer and Sound Therapist will be playing the crystal, singing bowls. Also, check out our sidewalk sale! (518)273-7860 

sidewalk saleApollo'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 E6) :: Artist Rik Kent  " Vintage Car Drawings" a collection of  charcoal and pastel works.Come meet the artist and shop the end of summer sales at Artcentric (518)272-4278

Aurora's Boutique (286 River Street, Block D6) :: Special Fall Promotion: Buy 1 new scarf for $8, get one free! Fall merchandise arriving daily! (518)266-1191

sidewalk sale**Blue Bird Home Décor (29 3rd Street, Block D6) :: It's our 1 year Anniversary Party!! Stop by and help us celebrate with cake, artist meet-and-greets, and live music!  (518) 365-2138.

sidewalk sale ‘e ko logic (Frear Building, 1 Fulton Street, Block D6) :: 99% recycled, 100% individual style. Clothing hand made in Troy from recycled cashmere sweaters.  (518)274-0813  

Enigma Co. (16 First Street, Block) :: NEW BUSINESS :: Excited to enter the vibrant Troy community we'd like to welcome everyone to join us for our opening night! (518)308-8422

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

Henry Loves Betty (195 River Street, Block F7) :: Henry Loves Betty will be hosting a treat tasting event for dogs and their owners, we can't wait to see your and your pet! (315)744-8277

Hippies, Witches & Gypsies (212 River Street, Block F7) :: Come Visit Hippies, Witches & Gypsies. Where the Magical , Mystical & Metaphysical Merge! Always a fun place to shop no matter the occasion. Open 'til 9:00pm (518) 236-1048

sidewalk saleIndigo Herbal HairSpa (60 2nd Street, Block E8) :: We'll be hosting a sidewalk sale featuring Indigo Botanica hair and skin care, soaps and candles made right here in Troy! (518) 880-2726

Market Block Books (290 River Street, Block D6) :: Jacopo della Quercia Signs and Discusses “The Great Abraham Lincoln Watch Conspiracy” from 7-9pm. (518) 328-0045

 sidewalk saleNine Steps Away to Africa :: (199 River Street, Block F7) :: NEW BUSINESS :: Step off of River Street and into an African Oasis at 9 Steps Away to Africa, your place for hand-crafted African drums, wood carvings, instruments, beads, jewelry, apparel and more! (518)894-4388

Nite Owl News (400 Fulton Street, Block C6) :: Fellas, check out our NBA and MLB snapback collection for only $9.99! Ladies, we have new costume jewelry and purses that'll guarantee to turn heads! Mention TNO and receive 10% off! (Discount only applicable for items listed at full price.) (518) 272-8586

sidewalk salePfeil Hardware & Paint (63 3rd Street, Block D8) :: Super, Summer Sidewalk Sale from noon to 7 p.m  (518)687-0014

River Rocks Jewelry & Beadshop (209-211 River Street, Block F7) :: Last weekend of our 6 Year Anniversary Sale! Join us for store wide specials, tons of new beads, mineral specimens, cabochons and jewelry! Plus local art and refreshments! (518)273-4532

 Shabadashery (137 2nd & Division, South of Block E10, by Russell Sage College) :: Celebrating sizzling Summer discounts to make room for our Fall collections!  We’d love to see you!  (518)225-7059

sidewalk saleT and J Soap (271 River Street, Block E6) :: All new soaps and bathroom decor. Come check out at our sidewalk sale table! 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

sidewalk saleThird Street Potters (3rd Street, Block D6) :: Join us for our mini Side Walk display and meet our September Artist of the Month, Joan Griffin.  Refreshments will be served. (518)273-6041

Troy Cloth & Paper (291 River Street, Block D6) :: Last TNO before renovations in September. TANK TOP SALE! All “Troy, New York” tanks 20% off! (518)687-1010

Truly Rhe (1 Broadway, Block E7) :: Truly Rhe...The Unique Boutique, Check out our Transitional/Fall clothing. Also some fabulous Clearance items still available!!!See you there! (518)273-1540

sidewalk saleTwilight Market (Riverfront Park, Behind Block E8) :: The Troy Twilight Market will be full swing providing unique vendors, music and an intimate atmosphere for TNO. 6:00 - 9:00 at the monument.


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

 Barbara Todd’s Studio (5 3rd Street, Block 11) :: Open Studio for TNO!

Collar Works (137 4th Street, Block 32) :: Artist Patrick O'Rourke (We Are Architects) presents Ecstatic Age, an evening of live musical performances and workshops. Please visit the Collar Works or Ecstatic Age facebook pages for more info.

Fulton Street Gallery (408 Fulton Street, Block C6) :: "Fire in the Belly", a group show of self taught Artists. Reception 5-9pm. (518)331-0217

Martinez Gallery (3 Broadway, Suite 203, Block E7) :: Closing Soon: From the Heart / De Corazon is the Gallery’s summer show with George Hofmann, Lope Max Diaz, Dan Mehlman, and Jim Richard Wilson. (518)274-9377

Prism Glass Works (225 Fourth Street, Block ) ::We are pleased to present Sean Foley Live glass blowing demo and art show "Gettin' Lippy With it". The Life Of worth Collective will showing a collaborative art show on our walls. Drinks, Raffles, Music… (518)273-4527

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 Arts Center of the Capital Region (265 River Street, Block E6) ::  Mop & Bucket Co. (Mopco) is the area’s premiere improv comedy troupe will be dropping by the Arts Center for one night only. If you’ve never seen an improv show, prepare to have a fun, family-friendly, good time! Improvisers create their show from audience suggestion–each show is completely unique. And, (only if you want to!) you might end up as part of the onstage action! Stop by to pick up your free ticket for one of the shows! Two performances 6:30 PM and 7:30 PM. Tickets available at The Arts Center front desk after 5 PM on TNO. Main Gallery: Fence Select, 42 pieces were chosen by Robert R. Shane, this year’s juror for the Fence Show. President’s Gallery: Malady, Oil paintings by Philip J Palmieri, Best in Show, Fence Show 2013. Foyer Gallery: Student Fence Select, 13 student works on display, also picked by this year’s juror. Faculty Student Gallery: Farms, Food and Photography, The Arts Center has partnered with the Agricultural Stewardship Association (ASA) and will host a food tasting and official exhibition featuring students’ work to remind the community of the important role farms and food play in our lives.

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 C3) :: Annual Members Show in the Gallery.  90 superb examples of art by 50 regional photographers. Reception 6 to 9 p.m. free and open to the public. (518)273-0100






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. 

**Sea Change :: (Riverfront Park) :: A group of NYC artists are working on a project called Sea Change, which is a lead-up to the massive climate change march that will be happening in September. They are on site building boats to float down the Hudson, and will launch the project in Troy. This TNO, they will gather in Riverfront Park with art vendors and music to spread river & climate research awareness and launch their flotilla.

 Shanti Yoga Studio (135 Second Street, Block E10 ) :: Shanti Yoga is offering a community class for TNO!  6-7:15pm. An athletic class with Kristen Cady-Poullin will take yogis through invigorating sequences including intermediate and advanced poses. Suggested donation $5-15. Prior yoga experience greatly encouraged. Bless! (518)788-4988

SUNY Empire State College (216 River Street, Block F7) :: Small Beer: 19th Century Troy Microbreweries in an Expanding Industry.Please join Dr. Gerry Lorentz as he discusses the history and examines the factors that influenced their operation, their successes and their failures.  6 p.m. at 216 River Street.  Free on street parking and in State Street parking garage.

Underground Athletics (251 River Street, Block 10) :: Stop by to watch live wrestling and sign your son or daughter up for the fall Folkstyle season, which starts September 2nd! Plus sample skin care products from Beautycounter and enjoy $5 OFF all massage gift certificates!  (518)369-4920