Beekman Street Arts District is a revitalized and bustling art district destination located on the historic west side of Saratoga Springs, just a few blocks from Broadway and minutes from The Gideon Putnam.
Extraordinary local talent is featured along this three block stretch of period homes and buildings. Art galleries, studios, restaurants, shops, a bistro and the Beekman Street artist co-op can be found here. Some call this lively section of Saratoga the "Village in the Spa City". Artists of all ages, experience, and genres are represented.
Saratoga has a varied and vibrant music scene. History has it that Don McLean wrote "American Pie" in a Saratoga club. The storied Cafe Lena, where many singer/songwriters of the 60's and 70's performed, continues to showcase top musicians today. You can catch folk music, jazz, Irish, country, and rock at clubs along Broadway and Caroline Street.