Since the 1980s Dale Miller has been recognized as one of the brightest culinary lights of the Albany, N.Y., dining scene. He made his mark at 26 years old with the award-winning Stone’s End in Glenmont, N.Y., and afterward spent 11 years as executive chef at downtown Albany’s legendary Jack’s Oyster House, helping to burnish the 96-year-old restaurant’s reputation. After a brief stop at The Inn at Erlowest in Lake George, N.Y., Miller has returned to downtown Albany with ...

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