Places to Eat in Adirondack Park

Posted on: September 25th, 2013 by Erin Weir No Comments

Saranac_Lake_-_Saranac_River_bridgeIn the Adirondacks many restaurants prefer to utilize the many local farms to use fresh ingredients and create seasonal menus meant to be savored. But whether you’re looking for a gourmet meal or a grab and go meal, you’ll find something with a unique Adirondack twist.

The Good Bite Kitchen in Lake Placid is a great place for breakfast or brunch.  Though they offer an entirely vegetarian menu, you don’t have to be a vegetarian to find something delicious to eat here.  Enjoy hand crafted soups, quiches, pies and more!

barVino in North Creek is a fantastic night spot offering a seasonal menu that changes daily as ingredients become available from their local sources.  They boast an extensive wine menu, both by the bottle and the glass, and an equally extensive beer menu, and their sommeliers and cicerones will be happy to help you find the perfect beverage for your meal.

Pine Grove Restaurant in Tupper Lake is a family run business in operation for the last 30 years.  All baked goods, including the burgers buns, are made from scratch!  There is a high level of detail and quality control put into every meal at the Pine Grove Restaurant.  They also have a great list of local craft beer.

Windfall Bar and Grill in Cranberry Lake uses locally sourced ingredients to create an innovative and creative seasonal menu.  Enjoy the best of pub fare with their hand crafted burgers, massive buffalo wings and made-from-scratch soups.  Be wowed by their signature chicken picatta and creme brulee.  Enjoy beautiful views of deer and chickadees from the dining room as you savor your meal.

O P Frederick’s  in Chestertown serves delicious cuisine with an Adirondack twist.  Enjoy a traditional burger, burrito, or salad with something a little special added. Also enjoy some great local brews on tap.

Hague Firehouse Restaurant in Hague offers traditional American cuisine prepared with fresh, organic ingredients sourced from local farms and artisans.

Specializing in continental cuisine utilizing fresh organic ingredients and locally grown produce when available. Nice brook-side outdoor seating options. In addition to our traditional bottles and drafts, we also have new craft beers!!!

Check out our list of places to eat in Lake Placid and Saranac Lake for a longer list of places to eat in that area of Adirondack Park.  Also check out the list of places our clients recommend.



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