Historic Van Dyck Restaurant Sold at Auction

The Van Dyck Restuarant and Brewery, at one time a landmark Schenectady jazz club, has been auctioned off to a pair of brothers who already run several successful restaurants in the city. The Van Dyck, which has been closed for roughly a year and a half, is located in Schenectady’s historic Stockade district and had been the only brewpub in the city until its closing. While this place has incredible potential (and, it would seem, the right owners to finally realize it), the sad news is that the brewing equipment will be sold off separately in an auction on October 22.


~ by bojangles on October 9, 2008.

One Response to “Historic Van Dyck Restaurant Sold at Auction”

  1. Too bad too, the Van Dyck was always a charmer that just couldn’t seem to find its identity. Their beer was pretty good too.

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