The Adirondak Loj serves buffet breakfast, trail lunches, and family style dinners. The Hungry Hiker serves burgers, hotdogs, sausages, sandwiches, wraps, snacks, and ice cream!
Farmer owned Farmstand & Farm2Table. Local Organic Real Food Market & Eatery. Serving Buffet- Salad Bar Style Real Foods and Grab & Go
A new farm-to-table restaurant that will be the centerpiece of The River Building in downtown Malone, NY.
DaCy Meadow Farm raises natural beef from a herd of heritage cattle. All of our meat is USDA inspected and packaged for home use. We also have facilities for agricultural-themed special events featuring Adirondack Harvest products.
Wood-fired bread & pizza, fresh roasted coffee, soups, sandwiches, baked goods and good company. A community meeting place since 2003.
Family-friendly farm store and cafe providing delicious coffee, from-scratch baked goods, local farm foods, and serving meals and local wine and beer.
Fort Ticonderoga features America's Fort Cafe and the King's Garden. America's Fort Cafe offers seasonal dishes made using fresh produce from the King's Garden, served with a breathtaking view of the Adirondacks and Lake Champlain. In addition to farm-to-table gardening, the King's Garden displays incredible flowers within the Colonial Revival walled King's Garden.
Our mission is to connect resident and transient customers to our local food growers and producers by offering a convenient way for customers to access local products. We accept SNAP benefits.
At High Peaks Resort, we care about food (and drink). Offering best in class catering menus for meetings, conferences, weddings and family or social gatherings, our chefs use their creativity in blending local products into every event.
At our signature restaurant Dancing Bears, you'll find local foods sprinkled throughout our menu and lots of choices for local craft beer. During the summer, check out The Deck, where we serve Dancing Bears favorites and our Chef's summer specials with a view like none other.
For a completely unique experience, check out the Bar at Lake House. Here you'll find a retro-chi vibe with a warm cozy atmosphere - perfect for enjoying a craft beer on tap!
The Great Camp experience we offer is about the space to give you plenty of elbow room where meanderings are part of the discovery. Lodgings are purposely spread apart among nature trails and lake-views. The dining experience a culinary journey that begins in the Fireside Rathskeller and hand-crafted Beer & Wine Cellar with the largest selection of craft import beers in the Adirondacks as well as sustainable wines. Meander with glass in hand to one of the most breath-taking mountain-lake sunsets you will find anywhere in this world. Stroll back to the Lake-view Center or the 1886 dining room for dinner and then retreat to your own lodging oasis. We focus on a 100 mile product philosophy: based on Chef Cathy's pioneer family (that initially built the Lodge in 1886) and fused with Old World traditions of Ernest's European family, who bought the lodge nearly 50 years ago.
Lake Placid Pub & Brewery has been brewing award-winning ales and lagers for more than 21 years and has expanded rapidly due to its popularity and quality, earning the respect of the brewing community and national media attention. Over the years we have brewed almost 100 different styles of beer and we brew almost 300,000 pints of beer annually, placing us in the top 7% of brewpubs nationwide.
Livingood's is much more than just a clever name...It is a family name.
Co-Owner and Brewmaster Matt Ray's great-great grandfather, James Livingood and James's son Clarence Adam "C.A." Livingood, owned a butcher shop in Conestoga, PA during the late 1800's to early 1900's.
The Livingood father and son duo were passionate business owners who were very successful and well respected in their community.
"C.A.", who took over the business after his father passed away, was very generous to his neighbors, the church, and community organizations. Livingood's Butcher & Son would roast 50-75 pounds of meat for funerals and help with the services.
There were three butchers who roomed at the Livingood homestead. Eliza "Mommom" Livingood (C.A.'s wife) would provide huge breakfasts, clean laundry, and all the necessities before they would go on their butcher delivery routes. There was always a meal ready whenever anyone came to the house or home from the routes.
These are the roots and inspiration for Livingood's Restaurant & Brewery, a farm-to-table craft beer restaurant and event space.
We now offer a full, gourmet menu from appetizers to pasta and more, using as many local ingredients as we can get our hands on. And of course, our beer - the perfect way to wash down any of our menu items. Livingood's offers an Adirondack craft beer restaurant experience unlike any other!