The artistic colorful glass lighting fixtures, yellow and blue walls and mid toned wood(like) surfaces seem to make the main dining area at Saratoga Springs’ The Artist’s Palette a bit more secluded and upscale at night, than they do while the sun is up. The seating area is a bit on the small side when compared to other resort counter service locations, but if you avoid the peak dinner times (5:00pm - 6:30pm), you’ll find it a bit easier to get a table.
Many of the wraps, salads, and sandwiches that are on the lunch menu, are also offered at dinner. That is not a bad thing because there are quite a few hot and cold options ranging from a Lobster Club Sandwich to a Hot Ham and Cheese with Gouda along with several flatbreads. There are a few non-sandwich options added to the dinner menu only, (that seem to rotate a bit, in a “dinner specials”) fashion... that can range from Meatloaf with Mashed potatoes, to BBQ Pork Loin, and Chicken Parmesan with Penne Pasta in Marinara sauce.