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Provence - Albany

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1475 Western Ave Stuyvesant Plaza
Albany, NY 12203
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(518) 689-7777
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Provence is easily among the top restaurants in Albany. The cuisine is consistently good and their specials are always great. As an earlier post mentioned, it can get a little n...

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Great for your Date 7/4/2006

Provence is easily among the top restaurants in Albany. The cuisine is consistently good and their specials are always great. As an earlier post mentioned, it can get a little noisy. I guess that is the price you pay for having a full house on a Friday or Saturday night. It has never been an issue, then again, I don't like to eat in churches either... ;o) My wife and I have a date night here several times a year. So, I think I can comfortably recommend this establishment to anyone looking for a higher end meal than you receive in a cookie cutter franchise. Pros: The food is great Cons: The service suffers when they are busy more

Excellent 5/1/2006

Always a good meal. good ambiance with the piano player. beautifully decorated. definitely one of my favorites. more

Excellent food 5/16/2002

We had Mother's Day brunch here last year. Food was awesome, so was the service. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    The ornate doorway distinguishes Provence from its competition in Stuyvesant Plaza, the strip mall that boasts the Albany area's highest concentration of restaurants. Inside, the decor is handsome but somewhat diminished by cramped seating and a high noise level. The food, however, is outstanding, and worth exploring on a crowd-free night.

    The Food
    Bouillabaisse may incite passionate partisanship, but it would be difficult to dislike the food here. Clams, shrimp, and mussels are specialties. Most of the entrees bear the flavors of Proven?al seasoning, and combine the best of French and Italian cooking.

    Dish to Die For
    Try the outstanding monkfish in saffron-seasoned broth served with a garlic rouille-dabbed crouton.

  • 8/17/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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    Campus Area (University District), Campus Area

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