John Morrissey — prizefighter, gangster, senator and statesman — sat at The Adelphi Hotel bar in the 1860s with the likes of William Travers, John D. Rockefeller, and Mark Twain. He brought horse racing to Saratoga, he once pulled off 37 rounds of fisticuffs, and he had the charm and polish to sit down for drinks with the most influential denizens of the era.
Morrissey's, here in the reimagined Adelphi Hotel's lobby, reflects that proud and eclectic heritage. Wood fired pizzas and artful crudos spread across tables filled with good friends, good conversation, and great drinks. Local beer, craft cocktails, and a top-notch wine list complement an array of small plates and shareable dishes.
John Morrissey gave up the ghost while sitting at the old Adelphi Hotel bar. We dedicate this establishment to his spirited history, and we think he'd have a damn good night here with us.
We offer a variety of private dining experiences at Morrissey's, including seating in our lavish wine cellar. For celebrations or gatherings large or small, please contact us today to tell us more about your special event.Request for Proposal