Places to Eat in Wilmington

Posted on: October 2nd, 2013 by Erin Weir No Comments

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Little Super Market Deli – The Little Super Market Deli isn’t actually a restaurant, it is a grocer that happens to have a great deli.  If you’re in the mood for a sub sandwich, this is the place to stop.  Large portions, quick and friendly service, and delicious food!

The Country Bear Bakery and Diner – Wilmington’s #1 stop for breakfast and home to the best french toast in the north country! Enjoy goods baked fresh daily, including pies, muffins and breads.  Stop by and check out the daily special.

River’s Edge Emporium – This market and bakery sells fresh, homemade soups, and sandwiches served on homemade bread using ingredients from local farms and hormone free meat. They’re sensitive to everyone’s diets and are happy to work with gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan customers.

Up a Creek – Offering standard diner fare, Up a Creek is a local favorite. Enjoy a home style breakfast or lunch on a comfy atmosphere served by friendly staff who are happy to tell you all about the Adirondacks.

Wilderness Inn II Restaurant – The Wilderness Inn’s slogan is “roughing it in style” and that’s what you’ll be doing when you dine here.  Enjoy the finer things – filet mignon, sirloin, prime rib – but served without pretension in this comfy mountain cabin.

The Hungry Trout –  The West Branch of the AuSable River is one of the U.S’s best trout streams.  The Hungry Trout sits overlooking Flume Falls, a section of this legendary stream.  Enjoy a romantic atmosphere with a beautiful view, a gourmet menu full of fresh fish, straight from the stream, and wonderfully attentive, knowledgeable staff.

R.F McDougal’s Pub – This old fashioned pub was recently named one of America’s top 10 Fishing bars.  It is a great spot to head after a day exploring the Adirondacks so you can relax with a drink as you enjoy the stunning view of the AuSable River.  Don’t forget to try their hot wings!

Rosalia’s Italian Kitchen – Rosalia’s Kitchen offers amazing, authentic Italian food, as well as some surprising (though astonishingly delicious) treats, such as stuffed calamari.  There’s no menu here, and everything is made to order, so expect a dining experience unlike one you’ve ever had.  Be prepared to leave feeling like the chef is your new best friend!

For more restaurants be sure to check out places to eat in neighboring Lake Placid, and Saranac Lake, as well as places our clients recommend.


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