Wednesday, June 18, 2008

This Weekend At The Warehouse June 21-22, 2008

Sean O'Connor --Four Brother's Dairy
Sean O'Connor has made cheeses for Old Chatham Shepherding Co., F. Capiello Dairy Products Inc., and now he makes his artisan cheeses at the Four Brother's Dairy Goat Farm.
Their range of products include traditional Greek offerings (Feta and Haloumi), French style Che'vre and Che'vre based spreads, Greek yogurt, Italian style cow's milk cheese, ricotta, and Sean's own original hard goat milk cheeses.
Many of Four Brother's products are featured in the finest restaurants in the Capital Region and in New York City.
Recently chef Mario Batali, began incorporating Sean's Greek yogurt into the menu at his New York restaurant Babbo.
Four Brother's products are available at local gourmet stores and Farmer's Market's but if you want to meet Sean or his Mom Lynne and get their personal recommendations you'll need to see them Saturday's At The Warehouse from 10-3.
Sean also offers home cheese making classes At The Warehouse. For a review of their products go to

At The Warehouse welcomes Alyson of Dreaming Lion Tarot. Alyson has a metaphysical shop that features tarot decks, hand crafted dream catchers, pendulums, crystals, and jewelry. Alyson does Tarot card readings.

Tiana Maron of Delmar Massage will be offering chair massages At The Warehouse starting Saturday June 21st.

At The Warehouse welcomes Thomas and Nicole Lynch of Sophisti-catering. The Lynches are offering a delightful weekend menu for eat in or take out.

Cascade Mountain Winery is featuring their Summertide wine. It is a semi dry white made with Seyval and Vidal grapes. You will find it light yet spicy with a lingering taste of fruit. Pair Summertide with salads, chicken or fruit for a warm weather picnic or light meal.

Susan Ruscitto invites you to view her photographs while you are visiting At The Warehouse. You will find her still life's, landscapes, and vignettes displayed on the outside wall of the Tea shop.

The Good Leaf tea shop announces the opening of their second store at 274 Lark Street in Albany. Cool off with iced teas and Bubble tea in either location. Indoor and outdoor seating is available. The Good leaf offers 70 kinds of loose leaf tea for your enjoyment by the cupful or for your home use.

The FamiLee Jewels will be at Art on Lark Saturday June 21st. Stop by and say hello. We will be open At The Warehouse on Sunday.

It's time for summer reading. Bring your summer reading list to Bluebird Books and receive a free book (up to a $2.50 value). Offer ends August 31st. Bluebird Books offers affordable, gently used books and locally handcrafted gifts for children.

Ethan and Lars Turin have been working together on a sculpture made of welded steel and clay with a concrete pedestal. It will be finished soon and is being donated to The Schenectady Museum in time for their fundraising event June 20Th. Ethan and Lars have done a masterful job and this work of art is just the beginning of a fantastic journey. Pictures of the completed form are available at

Bees on Earth invites you to try their Spun Honey. Spun honey is a type of crystallized honey that has been specially blended to bring about the creamy texture of the product. It's pure honey, but it almost has a buttery flavor all by itself! $9.00 for and 8 oz. jar or $12.00 for the whole pound jar.

1 comment:

North Albany Blogger said...

It actually was a surprising weekend. Saturday was quite busy and then after the rain on Sunday, people just started coming in. It's just getting better. Now with the addition of Tom and Nicole running the cafe, I'm sure we are going to get a steady crowd looking for good food in a fun environment.