Arthur's Market and Historic Coffeehouse

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at 35 North Ferry Street, 1.5 blocks north of the Moon & River Cafe (see map below)
Open daily 9am to 9pm,


a view of market

a glimpse of "un marché extraordinaire"


Picture of Richard Genest

Richard Genest, the proprietor of the Market and the Cafe, operated the famous and former "Mother Earth's Cafe" in Albany, after moving from Ithaca, where he had founded the ABC Cafe over 30 years ago. He also ran Arthurs for under a year around 2006, enjoying similar success as the market currently enjoys.



Everyone is welcome at the market. All are encouraged to give appropriate gratuities to the performers, who work only for tips.



view of inside

Inside Arthur's


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performer

With entertainment many nights, what kind of music can you expect to hear? blues, classical, country, electronic, dance, electronica, funk, gospel, grunge, hip hop, jazz, Latin American, metal, progressive rock, reggae, punk rock, rhythm and blues, rock, ska, and more.


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Where we are (directions):


map of 115 S Ferry St

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Koffee Kwotes / Trivia

Frederick the great had his coffee made with champagne and a bit of mustard.

Good to Know

"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them."

- John F. Kennedy

Visit our Friends & Neighbors

Terri Roben

"I am a singer, a songwriter, a player of guitar, banjo, ukelele and mountain lap dulcimer. I love playing music for and with people of all ages. I play in cafes, classrooms, libraries, farmer's markets and wherever and whenever I can! "

Bicycling:

The bicycle had, and still has, a humane, almost classical moderation in the kind of pleasure it offers.  It is the kind of machine that a Hellenistic Greek might have invented and ridden.  It does no violence to our normal reactions:  It does not pretend to free us from our normal environment.

J.B. Jackson

December 12, 2017, 2:01 pm