Relax by the fireplace and experience the fine cuisine in the Dining Room at the Stockade Inn. Our elegant, yet comfortable fine dining restaurant specializes in American cuisine with Tuscan influences. Be it for an intimate dinner or business meeting the dining room is the ideal place for an unforgettable experience.View Restaurant Photos
Lounge: Tuesday & Wednesday 5 pm - 9pm, Thursday through Saturday 5pm - 10pm (Closed Monday)
Sunday Menu Brunch: 10am - 2pm (Last Seating 1:30 pm)
Relax and enjoy our newly redecorated lounge. Our Lounge Menu proudly features gourmet lounge fare, martinis, dessert, coffee, and glass wine selections to enjoy at your leisure. Visit our Lounge to enjoy an excellent meal in a setting that will make you feel like you're in a different world. The Lounge offers live jazz every Thursday and Friday from 7 to 10 PM.
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Wee-B3 is the premier organ jazz trio in the region. Playing all styles of jazz from the classic hard bop of Jimmy Smith and Brother Jack MacDuff, to the cool sounds of Wes Montgomery and Antonio Carlo Jobim.
Cliff Brucker on Drums provides the tasty grooves and hard swing to propel this trio.
A professor of music at The College of St. Rose and a fixture on the capital region jazz scene, Cliff has played with the Empire Jazz Orchestra, Leo Russo and The Albany Symphony.
Mike Lamkin on B3 organ is a fabulous keyboardist, pianist and organ player. Mike has the special skill of walking the bass line from his left hand and his foot pedals while playing some smokin' jazz lines and artful comping. Mike can really crank it up and can also play some really sweet organ sounds!
Mike Novakowski is a special guitarist that is in high demand in the regional jazz community. Mike performs with the Empire Jazz Orchestra as well as the Teresa Broadwell Band and anyone else lucky enough to book him. Mike plays tasty lines and swings in the tradition of Wes Montgomery and Kenny Burrell.
Come check out this awesome swinging unit, you won't be disappointed!
The Lee Shaw is a contemporary piano group, drawing mostly on the virtuoso end of Bop language, in standards and original compositions. Lee Shaw was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 1993 and has appeared on Marian McPartland's PIANO JAZZ.The Trio has performed at the Freihofer Jazz Festival, Kennedy Center, Northpointe Arts Center, Spencertown Academy,Linda Norris Auditorium,done clinics and concerts at various colleges in NY state and Oklahoma and plays regularly in clubs in NY state and Massachusetts.
Hailed as “a captivating jazz singer” by Jim Dwyer of the New York Times, New York native JEANNE O'CONNOR has brought her jazz singing to New York's Blue Note, Elaine's, Sweet Rhythm, the Rainbow Room, Smoke, and many other jazz clubs. .Jeanne was recently a featured vocalist on opening night of "Midsummer Night's Swing" at Lincoln Center, sharing the stage with Nicholas Payton. In the New York Capital Region, Jeanne has appeared at the legendary Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs, the Stockade Inn, “A Place for Jazz” at the Schenectady Whisperdome, concerts sponsored by the Swingtime Jazz Society, Justin's jazz club in Albany, and the Saratoga Springs Arts Festival.
As a member of the String of Pearls jazz female vocal trio, Jeanne has appeared at the Kennedy Center, Alice Tully Hall, Town Hall, and other venues in the U.S. and abroad.
Says the Albany Times Union, "Exquisite... a buttery alto and nimble, graceful phrasing.” And the Daily Freeman says, “She sings with a confidence and assuredness that is quite infectious, and has an uncanny ability to get to the heart of a song and make it her own. Timeless and true, O'Connor is the real thing.”
Jeanne’s set will include classics from the American songbook, blues, Brazilian-inflected songs, and jazzy versions of pop classics.
Peg Delaney plays sophisticated jazz drawing from American, Latin, and Brazilian idioms. Her trio has Bill Delaney on upright bass and features fine poignant vocals by drummer Earl Davis.
Peg is a two time recipient of the New York State Council for the Arts: Meet the Composer Grant and was a semi-finalist in Musician Magazine’s Best Unsigned Band Competition. Author of a Book of Transcriptions by Nick Brignola, Peg’s work has been recognized by National Jazz Educators, Saxophone Journal, and NYS Music Teacher’s Association.
The exciting duo of Sonny Daye and Perley Rousseau achieves a rare musical symbiosis. The husband and wife team have spent the last several years developing and perfecting their unique blend of Jazz, Brazilian and International Cabaret which has become their musical signature. They engagingly perform the timeless standards of the Great American Songbook su! ch as Gershwin, Berlin and Porter as well as the irresistible Brazilian melodies of Antonio Carlos Jobim. They keep a busy schedule touring with their trio, quartet or quintet performing for concerts, festivals and cabaret shows. Their three CD releases "Love Dance" 1996, "East of the Sun" 1999, and "Let It Happen" 2004 have generated international air play and received critical acclaim. It is in live performance, however, where Sonny and Perley truly shine. Throughout New York, New England and in Europe, the duo has captivated audiences with their warmth, musical honesty and broad repertoire often sprinkled with spontaneous, charming and humorous banter that only a 20 year marriage can enliven! http://www.sonnyandperley.com
Pat has been singing and entertaining since he was 14 years old. Like his predecessor Mel Torme before him Pat started out as a drummer with various bands but eventually became more interested in singing. He studied voice with vocal coach, Dorothy Dreslin who helped him develop as a singer. Pat began singing and then leading his groups in various night clubs, private parties, and TV appearances. Pat has often been compared to Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and more often Mel Torme. He sings Jazz, Pop, and The Standards.
Local singer/songwriter and winner of Metroland and Times Union Reader's Polls many years running Erin Harkes has been a local favorite for over a decade. She does a mix of originals and covers of which she knows over 250 songs spanning 60 years of popular music!
Vocalist Kevin Green has been performing in the area for over 15 years. His versatile voice naturally interprets a wide range of styles from rock to jazz standards, folk, blues, and sacred. Pianist Douglas J. Chilton is a graduate of the Crane School of Music in Potsdam , NY and has a Master’s Degree from the College of St. Rose in Albany. He has been teaching music in public and private schools since 1978 and currently at the Northeast Parent and Child Society. He has performed with a variety of ensembles, been music director for stage productions, and has composed, performed and recorded original music. Douglas is also the musician and Choir Director at Messiah Lutheran Church.
The Stockade Inn is located at the corner of Union and Church Streets in the historic Stockade District of Schenectady, New York.