As a Saratoga legend, Sperry’s excels as a timeless classic.

Never content to rest on our success, we use teamwork and quality as our foundation to provide a welcoming atmosphere, exceptional food and drink, and a most memorable dining experience.  The combination of unsurpassed attention to detail and commitment to service, results in our ability to always raise the bar.  We remain dedicated to take each and every patron beyond their expectations.  The goal is always to push the limits past what has been done before.

Out of the gate since 1932, we continue to proudly serve our community.

Established in 1932, Sperry’s Restaurant has been a part of the history that makes Saratoga Springs unique.

We are a popular destination for locals, visitors, and the horseracing industry.  Located in downtown Saratoga, Sperry’s has maintained the classic elegance this community is known for.  The original structure has been preserved and our history hangs on the walls, a reflection of the strong foundation we stand on today.

Historical Photo of Sperry's Restaurant, Saratoga Springs, New York

Sperry’s Restaurant – historic photo from the late 1960s or early 1970s

Sperry's Restaurant

Sperry’s Restaurant – today

Scott C. Carlton
Chef de Cuisine

Scott C. Carlton was born in Rockville Center, Long Island and grew up in upstate New York. Scott graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in 1997 and started his culinary career at the Wychmere Harbor Beach & Tennis Club in Harwich Port, Massachusetts. After some time in the Boston area, Scott returned to the Capital District in 1999.

Scott worked at some of the capital region’s finest establishments including 43 Phila, Sargo’s, Glen Sanders Mansion, Provence, and Milano. In 2014, Scott opened his own restaurant in Schenectady called E.K. Cibo which garnered 5-star reviews from hundreds of patrons. One of many notable honors was winning the 2015 Battle of the Chefs at the Times Union Center in Albany.