Chef/Owner Randall Brown
Lynn Brown & Jennifer Leskovar, Managers
123 Old State Rd.
Little Falls NY 13365
Toll Free: 1
A Fine Dining
Creative American cuisine in a historic 1860 Irish-styled Castle
setting featuring wood grilling, steaks, seafood, game, vegetarian
dinners- Thursday through Sunday. Casual fare in 'The Dungeon".
Attentive, courteous service and elegant wedding receptions with
personalized planning up to 180 guests. Twice named “Best Restaurant
worth the Drive” by Albany’s Metroland Magazine. Just 3 miles to the
west of St. Johnsville on route 5 on 8 Acres of beautiful grounds and
gardens. Special events include Murder Mystery Dinner Theaters, an
annual Medieval Faire and live music. Eclectic 100-bottle wine list
and a wide selection of domestic and imported beers. Dress is
nice-casual or better and a children’s menu is available. Chef-owned
and operated since 1994.Creative
are closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday We serve dinner Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday from 5pm until 9pm... and Sunday from 4pm until
Casual fare in the
Dungeon bar & grill
courteous service, elegant wedding receptions
Casual menu in "the dungeon".
American cuisine served in an elegantly restored 1860 stone castle.
American cuisine featuring wood grilling,
steaks, game. seafood, and vegetarian dishes.
receptions up to 180 guests.
From Albany and
other Points East of Beardslee Castle
Take the NYS Thruway to exit 29, Canajoharie
immediately after toll booth turn right at the stop sign
...the first traffic light is about 200 yards away, turn right at this
At the next light (about 1/4 mile, over one bridge) turn left.
You are now on route 5 heading west. Beardslee Castle is about 13
miles on the right side.
From Utica or
points to the west of Beardslee Castle
(If you come in from the west on route 5 we are 6 miles past Little
Take the NYS Thruway to exit 29A, Little Falls....
through the toll booth drive straight for 2.5 miles to a
T-intersection with route 5
....turn right on route 5 (away from Little Falls).
The Castle is six miles on the left side
(about one mile after the road goes from four-lanes to two-lanes)