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 Support the Festival!
1484 State Rt 9, Lake George, NY 12845 | (518) 798-1155 | WEBSITE
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 Log Jam Restaurant is open daily, 363 days a year, for lunch and dinner. The mood is perfect for “Casual Adirondack Dining.” The dinner menu features expertly prepared seafood, prime rib, lamb chops, charbroiled steaks, fresh lobster, plus original chicken and pork entrees, and of course, the area’s most satisfying salad bar, featuring homemade salads, dressings and an array of fresh vegetables and our ever popular cinnamon raisin bread.
For lunch – the restaurant is the perfect oasis during a day of shopping at 60 nearby factory outlets – you’ll find both traditional favorites and tasty innovations. Vegetarian? Special dietary needs? If the ingredients are available, the chef will be happy to accommodate your special requests. Locally owned and operated, we have been a part of the community for over 35 years.
Easy access location next to the Factory Outlets of Lake George with plenty parking and located right on the trolley line!
1133 Route 9 | Queensbury, NY 12804 | (518) 793-0372 | WEBSITE
Known to locals and tourists alike, Martha’s offers its visitors an atmosphere described to be that of an old-fashioned ice cream parlor with a fun friendly vibe.
As a local, it is the place to stop after a meal or special occasion. For the tourist, it has been said to be their first stop when they come into town and their last stop before they leave. Martha’s is a must stop if you are in the area!
Ice Cream: Sun – Thurs 11 – 9 and Fri – Sat 11 – 10
Grill: (Closes 1 Hour Earlier) Sun – Thurs 11 – 8 and Fri – Sat 11-9
2 Lower Amherst St. | Lake George, NY 12845 | (518) 668-5324 | WEBSITE
Enjoy casual waterfront dining on Lake George at the Boardwalk Restaurant & Bar! Stop by and have a great lunch or dinner out on their outdoor deck. Relax and enjoy live music and entertainment, or choose their newly-renovated dining room with plenty of window seating overlooking the lake. Free parking for diners, or come by boat and “park in front”!
And if you’re a gutsy eater who prides yourself on finishing off immense portions of food, then try your hand at their “Warrior Burger” eating challenge on the upper deck and win yourself a free t-shirt as a souvenir of your trip!
110 Sagamore Rd. , Bolton Landing, NY 12814 | (518) 644-9400 | WEBSITE
In keeping with their rich culinary heritage, The Sagamore Resort’s eight exceptional dining destinations include some of the most celebrated restaurants on Lake George. From the authentic Italian delicacies at La Bella Vita to our New York-style steakhouse, The Club Grill, and casual dining options like the Splash pool Bar, Veranda Terraces, every meal at The Sagamore is a celebration of fresh ingredients and global cuisines sure to delight even the most discriminating palates. Room Service is also available daily from 7am to 11pm.
Guests seeking a truly extraordinary Lake George dining experience will appreciate The Sagamore’s seasonal wine series. Whether you are a fledgling connoisseur or a veteran enophile, an unforgettable evening awaits featuring world-renowned wines expertly paired with gourmet cuisine.