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.

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Lounge: Tuesday & Wednesday 5 pm - 9pm, Thursday through Saturday 5pm - 10pm (Closed Monday)

Dinner: Thursday through Saturday 5pm - 9pm (Closed Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday)

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 Wednesday from 6 to 9 PM and Thursday from 7 to 10 PM. We also offer Happy Hour Specials Tuesday through Friday from 4 to 6 PM.
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7.24.2014 - Dino Cimino

String bass. Musician for over 50 years, playing string bass for weddings, banquets, proms with musicians from the area and out of town.  Led a 15 piece big band.  Dino played for the BiCentenial Dance in 1976 with Peter Duchin Orchestra, did summer work with the Sammy Kaye Orchestra, and also many Lake George establishments.

7.25.2014 - Doc Scanlon & Special Guests

On Friday, July 25, at 7 pm, Doc Scanlon, recently returned from touring Europe over the Winter and Spring months in Spain, Portugal and France, will make a rare club appearance with The Doc Scanlon Trio at the Stockade Inn in Schenectady, NY.


His Special Guest will include:


-Adrian Cunningham (clarinet, sax, vocals)


Adrian Cunningham is an Australian-born, New York City-based musician who is one of the finest multi-instrumentalists in Jazz. Since moving to NYC in 2008, he has travelled the globe playing Jazz Festivals while also doing regular performances in New York City at such prestigious venues as Lincoln Center.


-Peter Davis (tenor guitar, banjo, vocals)


Joining Doc ?and Adrian will be Saratoga Springs' Peter Davis, who plays with Reggie's Red Hot Feetwarmers, and is the program director for the Flurry Festival & for the Saratoga Racecourse. He also performs for the monthly WAMC radio program, “Dancing on the Air” and in the 1980s, was in the back-up band for the “Mamas and Papas."


Doc Scanlon has made a new career while living part time in Barcelona, Spain for the past two years, making a name for himself in the clubs, Jazz Festivals and swing dance scenes in Western Europe. Most recently he appeared with Adrian and Peter in Vitoria, Basque Country, Spain at an combination eating-dancing event called Gastroswing. But he's ecstatic to be home in the Tr-cities, and has taken up his usual spot with his beloved "House band" at the Saratoga Racecourse, Reggie's Red Hot Feetwarmers, every Thursday through Monday.


7.31.2014 - Perry Beekman & Lou Pappas

Perry Beekman is a guitarist & vocalist deeply rooted in the classic tradition of jazz.  His swinging, melodic guitar playing beautifully complements his rich, easy-going vocals. Featuring tunes from the Great American Songbook, his music is sophisticated, exciting, and fun.

Now based in Woodstock, NY, Perry has been playing in jazz clubs, and at private and corporate events throughout New York City for the past 25 years. He has performed at such prominent venues as the Metropolitan Room, the Palm Court at the Plaza Hotel, The JVC Jazz Festival, and the Maverick Concert Hall. 

8.1.2014 - Brian Patneaude

Brian Patneaude's music is an organic blend of modern jazz styles, featuring accessible melodies and harmonic textures that appeal to the casual listener and jazz aficionado alike. In addition to leading his own quartet (with five critically acclaimed releases to their credit) the saxophonist maintains an active performance schedule with the award winning Empire Jazz Orchestra, the seventeen piece juggernaut Big Soul Ensemble and drummer Michael Benedict's hard-bop quintet Bopitude. Patneaude has performed at the Montreal Jazz Festival, the Kingston International Jazz Festival, the Albany Riverfront Jazz Festival, the Rochester International Jazz Festival and countless clubs and concert halls throughout the Northeast.

Azzaam Hameed’s musical roots are derived from gospel, having grown up in a Pentecostal church environment. However, he did receive some formal training as a teenager, including classical music and theory when he enrolled as a student at Union College in Schenectady, New York. He pursued music on a full-time basis for several years, performing throughout the Northeast in several locally based Top–40 groups, but ultimately he decided to abandon the “road circuit” for a more predictable lifestyle and, in doing so, developed a more versatile style as both a pianist and a vocalist.  Azzaam’s musical style incorporates a tasteful blend of Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, and Gospel, with colorful accents of Latin and Brazilian overtones. One can hear the influence of Ahmad Jamal (pianist), McCoy Tyner (pianist), Ramsey Lewis (pianist), Joe Sample (pianist), George Duke (pianist/vocalist), Lonnie Liston Smith (pianist) in the melodic overtones on the piano.  It is not a far stretch to say one also hears nuances of Johnny Hartman, Lou Rawls and Joe Williams when he sings. Azzaam is the Organist/Pianist at Friendship Baptist Church, Schenectady, NY, where he has served in this capacity since 1986.

8.14.2014 - Lee Shaw

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. 

8.15.2014 - Peg Delaney featuring Earl Davis

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.

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About the Stockade Inn

The Stockade Inn is located at the corner of Union and Church Streets in the historic Stockade District of Schenectady, New York.