Where to Eat Before & After the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival

Consider yourself a “Foodie”?

From casual to fine dining and lakeside views to eating where you shop, there’s plenty of options in and around the Lake George Region. Support the Restaurants that sponsor the Festival!

RECOMMENDED RESTAURANTS

Park 26

88 Ridge Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801 | 518-792-1121 | WEBSITE 

Park 26 at the Queensbury Hotel offers a refined dining experience featuring locally inspired American cuisine served in a comfortable but elegant setting while overlooking Glens Falls’ City Park. Guests can dine outdoors or inside, all while enjoying the creations of Chef Dan Mattocks. The locally inspired dinner menu features steak, chicken, pork chops, and fish. One of the finest meals you’ll find during your trip!

Fenimore’s Pub

88 Ridge Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801 | 518-792-1121 | WEBSITE 

Be sure to try everyone’s favorite neighborhood pub! Fenimore’s Pub provides a gastro-pub style menu and serves both lunch and dinner daily. Offering 180-degree views of downtown Glens Falls and Historic City Park, it is the perfect casual downtown dining location.  Enjoy weekly specials, local brews, specialty cocktails, and a thoughtful menu with live music weekly, plus outdoor dining!

Seymour’s

609 State Route 9N, Ticonderoga, NY 12883  | 518-585-2801  | WEBSITE

Seymour’s Restaurant is open year-round at Ticonderoga Golf Course. Experience one-of-a-kind dining with a focus on locally-inspired cuisine from our talented culinary team. Seymour’s offers the perfect blend of classic comfort food dishes and elevated modern-American cuisine. Chef Derek’s seasonal menus and weekly specials feature the freshest ingredients from local farms and producers to highlight the bounty of the Adirondacks. Choose to dine in our spacious dining room and bar area or on the three-season porch and take in the breath-taking views of the Lord Howe Valley and soak in the Adirondack sunsets.

Adirondack Pub & Brewery

 33 Canada Street, Lake George, NY 12845 (518) 668-0002 WEBSITE

Enjoy sampling a wide assortment of Adirondack Ale at “The Pub”, located in the heart of Lake George Village and right next to the award-winning brewery. Our rustic cabin-inspired restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and offers a menu of delectable bites in a warm and friendly atmosphere. In warmer months there’s dining outside on our covered deck or on our patio in front of one of our many fire pits. The Adirondack Pub is family friendly ~ bring the entire pack. From mouthwatering burgers and healthy salads to char-grilled steaks followed by S’mores as dessert, we have a plate to satisfy every craving!

Mohican Steamboat

57 Beach Road, Lake George | (518) 668-5777 x4 | WEBSITE 

Mohican Family Dinner Cruises

Lake George Steamboat Company is hosting the Mohican Family Dinner Cruises from June 18 – August 30! Every Tuesday – Friday at 6:30 pm, you and your family can enjoy a scenic view of Lake George as you indulge in a delicious meal. The Mohican Dinner Cruise is 1.5 hours and includes captain narration, dinner buffet, snack bar/cocktail bar, and a gift shop. Fun for the whole family, Mohican makes planning easy with Taco Tuesdays, Mac n Cheese Wednesdays, Pizza Thursdays, and Fiesta Fridays. The perfect vacation meal and cruise combo!

Lac Du Saint Sacrament

57 Beach Road, Lake George | (518) 668-5777 x4 | WEBSITE 

Lac Du Saint Sacrament Lunch & Dinner Cruises

The Lac Du Saint Sacrament Cruise offers lunch, brunch, and dinner cruises. Cruises last roughly 2 hours and feature fresh daily buffet meals, including carving stations at dinner time. After dining, relax in your seat, enjoy the entertainment, or head topside to enjoy the fresh air on the outer decks. Cruise by beautiful mountain wilderness areas on the crystal clear waters of Lake George while enjoying the Adirondack Sunset. The “Saint” is the largest tour ship on the inland waters of New York, and the Dining Room is climate-controlled for your comfort.

The Log Jam

1484 State Rt 9, Lake George, NY | (518) 798-1155 | WEBSITE

Only a short ride away from the Festival, and on the Trolley line by the Outlets, The Log Jam Restaurant takes pride both in the beauty of the Adirondacks and in providing you with superb food and accommodating hospitality in an authentic log cabin. If it weren’t for the aromas of sizzling steaks, you just might think you walked into an Adirondack logging camp of 100 years ago. A pot-belly stove warmly greets you at the front door, wood plank floors stretch beneath your feet, pine logs cut from the mountains above Lake George surround you, and three massive stone fireplaces provide the perfect romantic setting.

The Boathouse Restaurant

3210 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George, NY | 1 (800) 853-1632 | WEBSITE

Lake George’s best waterfront restaurant to meet, dine and drink. Family owned since 1985, the Vogel family welcomes everyone who makes Lake George their home from April through October. Capture the best of summer from our outside decks. Watch boaters pull in and the cruise boats sail by. Inside be inspired by the 19th century architecture of George Foster Peabody’s former boathouse. Inside or out, our two bars feature a large selection of draft and craft beer, specialty cocktails, frozen treats and carefully selected wines. The Boathouse also demos at the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival and is just a short ride away!

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