Verdile’s In Troy has been serving fine Italian cuisine for 3 generations
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Verdile’s restaurant is big business in Troy, New York, and especially in the Lansingburgh neighborhood where it has been serving excellent food to its customers for nearly 80 years. This family restaurant has been owned and operated by three generations of the Verdile family since 1943, and has been in its current location since 1952. Stepping into this place is like stepping back in time, and the authentic Italian cuisine served here will keep you come back for more, year after year after year. Read on to learn more about what makes Restaurant Verdile so special.
As you can see, the Verdile restaurant is a very special restaurant. Not only does it have an amazing history, but the food is outstanding as well. This place is worth a visit whenever you are in or near Troy. Be sure to stop; the Verdile family looks forward to welcoming and serving you!
What else can you do in Troy? Many things! In fact, some people even think that Troy is the most overlooked town in New York you have to visit!
Address: Restaurant Verdile, 572 2nd Ave, Troy, NY 12182, USA
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