Businesses unveil new features for Troy Night Out

March 29, 2019 11:36 PM

TROY - "Well it's Troy Night Out so we figured we see some of the cool stuff that's being offered and figured we'd start at Manory's because everybody loves ice cream," Ian Murray said.

It feels like spring, sort of, and businesses in the Collar City are unveiling some new attractions.

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"It's been there for a while but it wasn't being used for like the last 10 years or so, and we decided to open it back," Anthony Marchese, Manory's Co-Owner.

Manory's on Congress and 4th Street now features an ice cream window.

"Peanut butter with cream, it's got some Reese's Pieces on it."

"A lot of milkshakes, we are big on Manory's milkshakes but sundaes too, and stuff with donuts we get all our baked goods from Bella Napoli.

Cross the street over to Troy Kitchen and you can Instagram yourself in one of three new pop-up museum booths.

"You can expect the unexpected. Most restaurants have one restaurant, we have seven. We got swings, we got kissing booths, we got picture mirrors, whatever you don't expect to have in a restaurant, we have it here," Cory Nelson said, Troy Kitchen Owner.

"I think pretty much it's just a good time, like there's fun in the air. Come with some friends, have some drinks, take pictures."

If you turn the corner over to The Ruck, you may find yourself falling to pieces over burgers and beer in your bathrobe.

There's plenty of places to shop, dine and explore in troy and no shortage of creativity.      

"If you're not changing you're going backwards, so every day you got to keep an inventing, keep offering customers something new to look forward to, try to make them happy," Nelson said.


Karen Tararache

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