72 Tavern & Grill, an ORB Food & Beverage restaurant located on the West End of the Adirondack Bank Center, will be your one-stop shop to catch all of the biggest games in sports – in style. The epicenter of the full-service eatery – a 160-inch high definition LED video wall, created by local company Eversan – will be a first for the Mohawk Valley, creating a haven for NHL playoffs, Sunday football, March Madness, fight nights and other nationally televised or live streamed events. 72 Tavern & Grill will also broadcast the live fiber optic video board stream of all Comets home games for those unable to get a ticket to the game.
72 Tavern & Grill gets its name from the 72 cables that hold up the circular roof of the Adirondack Bank Center. The cables, part of the original design of the building, was the brainchild of structural engineer Lev Zetlin. The restaurant will also pay homage to some of the original elements of The AUD through artwork and design.
The dynamic menu will transition from brunch* to lunch to dinner, showcasing dishes ranging from appetizers to full-sized entrees. 72 Tavern & Grill perfects your favorite guilty pleasures, from finger lickin’ wings, to juicy burgers, to decadent flatbreads.
Over 5,000 square feet will house a 30 foot-long bar, 18 televisions, booth seating, communal dining and drinking tables, and more. While 72 Tavern & Grill will be connected to the Adirondack Bank Center, it will have its own dedicated entrance and exit, with ample parking available in the Labatt Blue parking lot.
Eating at 72 Tavern & Grill couldn’t be easier. The restaurant, attached to the Adirondack Bank Center, is centrally located and ready to accommodate your needs. 72 Tavern & Grill will also take reservations via Opentable, allowing you to secure your spot with a couple of clicks on your smartphone or laptop. Reservations will also be available via phone or walk-in, space permitting.
72 Tavern & Grill will be open year-round, seven days a week, from 11 am to 11 pm seven days a week.
*brunch to come later this summer