Owner Of Iron Roost In Ballston Spa Opens Second Restaurant Next Door On Front Street
Linnaea DiNallo has opened a new business, Two Birds Marketplace, next door to well-known Iron Roost in Ballston Spa.

Linnaea DiNallo has opened a new business, Two Birds Marketplace, next door to well-known Iron Roost in Ballston Spa.

Linnaea DiNallo’s foray into the restaurant business began in 2012 after she left her career as a full-time graphic designer. During the spring of that year, she opened the Iron Roost, a restaurant at 36 Front St. in Ballston Spa.

On. Dec. 4, the 39-year-old opened her second business, Two Birds Marketplace, at 32 Front St., next door to the Iron Roost.

Two Birds is an extension of the Iron Roost and offers a line of baked goods, including fresh-baked breads, muffins, scones, and cookies. All bakery items are made from scratch, and gluten free and vegan options are available.

Pies can be special ordered, and plans are underway to offer custom cakes. Custom bakery orders can be placed online through the store’s web site.

Read more from Saratoga Business Journal here.

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Two Birds Marketplace one-stop shop in downtown Ballston Spa
Two Birds Marketplace is located at 32 Front Street in Ballston Spa, NY.

Two Birds Marketplace is located at 32 Front Street in Ballston Spa, NY.

Downtown Ballston Spa has a new one-stop shop with the opening of Two Birds Marketplace, a bakery, cafe and market in the heart of the neighborhood.

Located at 32 Front St., Two Birds Marketplace opened earlier this month, inviting customers to shop for groceries, eat in the cafe, or grab a meal on-the-go.

The Two Birds menu features a variety of baked goods, all proudly made from scratch daily. Treats like cookies, muffins, scones and coffee cake can be found at the bakery counter, while healthier grab ‘n’ go items like breakfast bowls, overnight oats, buddha bowls, grain salads and hummus are available as well.

Beverages like coffee, tea, chai, smoothies and house-made golden milk are popular with visitors too.

Read more from The Saratogian here.