Restaurants in Adirondacks
True to the resort’s goal of togetherness, guests nosh side-by-side at long tables on a porch with views of Indian Lake.
The restaurant here has a fantastic view of the water and a chef that uses local ingredients in creative ways. Try the grilled lobster in citrus aioli with asparagus.
Stop for steamed mussels or sesame-crusted yellowfin tuna in wild-berry sauce.
The cozy copper-topped Monkey Bar draws from both pub and fine-dining menus (chicken pot pie and braised halibut).
The inn's restaurant boasts a fantastic view and a chef that uses local ingredients in creative ways.
Tasty sandwiches come on bread baked on a stone hearth, and the hearty soups are delicious.
The restaurant is known for its farm-to-table menu and 18,000-plus-bottle wine cellar.
Perfect for a freshly made panino.