Glens Falls is bustling. The restaurants, cafes and brasseries on Ridge and Glen Streets, two rays from the downtown roundabout, teem with crowds on the sidewalks in the sun. They munch on tacos at Raul’s, burgers and beers at Davidson’s Brewing and Downtown Social, small plates on tiny tables at Radici Kitchen, and sip cocktails at the counters at Farmacy. There is dinner on the wraparound porch at Morgan & Co. and lounging on the patio sofas at the Queensbury Hotel.
But meet somewhere quieter tucked away in Samantha’s old cafe. Alif Cafe is an unexpected place.