Little bit of this, little bit of that, add some good beer brewed fresh on the premises - it's what we like to call a good time. We're smart enough to know a good thing when we taste it, so you won't find our Buffalo Chicken or Stout and Cheddar soups going anywhere, anytime soon. Stop in, try something new or enjoy a local favorite. We're open for lunch and dinner 360 days a year.

Rustic, relaxed and ramped up to deliver the kind of food you need to have an Adirondack adventure or just the kind to, you know, satisfy your hunger. Light, heavy, basic, saucy, you name it, we’ve got it. Great for kids too, everything is already broken-in so no worries!

“My work held my babyshower there. We had tons of room to sprawl out and the menu and staff managed to keep me (8.5months pregnant) and everyone else happy.” -Amanda, Glens Falls

“We were kind of surprised, we went in for the beer, but the food did more than hold its own.” -Tom, beer-nut

“I LOVE DB’s! I’d travel a hundred miles for a bowl of their Cheddar n’ Stout soup! This place is definitely as good as it gets in my book. A great place to gather with friends. The outdoor patio is great on a summer evening and you can usually catch a local live band/artist playing Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings!” -Dan B. Glens Falls

I discovered this place a few months ago, and since then it’s become my favorite place to grab a pint and fill my growlers. “Luckily it’s only ten minutes from exit 18 on Route 87 (about 45 minutes north of Albany). Two Davidson Brothers growlers live in my trunk, and each time I make a weekend run to my camp in the Adirondacks I swing by and fill them with Brown Ale.” -Wes, New Jersey

“Davidson Brothers does an outstanding job whenever the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce holds an event there. Rick and Kerry go above and beyond when it comes to putting out a display of food or making people feel welcome in their restaurant. They are very supportive of the Chamber and the local business community.” – Patti Pepe, ARCC Member Events Manager