A double celebration

Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub, with locations throughout the Capital Region, will hold Guest Appreciation Day on Tuesday, Sept. 9 at their 104 locations in New York and in New England. In addition, New York Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pubs will celebrate being in business for 10 years with anniversary celebrations at all eight restaurant locations.

The Clifton Park, Colonie, Kingston, New Hartford, Plattsburgh, Queensbury, Rotterdam and Saratoga Springs restaurants will celebrate their anniversariesy with team members, guests and community members, with each restaurant helping to generate a donation to a local organization or charity. During the anniversary events, guests will enjoy a game of trivia and participate in a commemorative ceremony honoring the restaurant’s longstanding team members.

As part of Guest Appreciation Day, the restaurants will offer their Broiled Sirloin Tips for $9.99 for the entire day. Ten percent of the restaurant’s total net sales for that day will be donated to the following local organizations and charities:

·         Clifton Park – The Albany Boys & Girls Club
·         Colonie – The Albany Boys & Girls Club
·         Queensbury – The Hike for Hope (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention)
·         Rotterdam – The Boys & Girls Club of Rotterdam
·         Saratoga Springs – The Wesley Foundation

“We are proud to celebrate 10 years of serving great food and drinks to our guests and are passionate about giving back to the community,” said Charlie Noyes, president of Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub. “We are lucky to have loyal guests who continue to support our New York restaurants, and we hope Guest Appreciation Day, shows our gratefulness and sincere thank you after all these years.”

The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub is New England's first locally-based casual restaurant chain, established in 1952 at 99 State Street in Boston.



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