Adirondack Lakes Cuisine Trail

Adirondack Lakes Cuisine Trail

Immerse yourself in history, food and nature!

History, food and nature sprouts alive as the ancient Adirondack waterways forged the paths of the Native Americans, pioneers and lumbermen. Its healing woods created the flavor of the Cure Cottage days with unsurpassed recreation, culture and arts the era of Grand Hotels, historic inns and lodges blossoms.  Savor this through historic farms, great camp dining, downtown eateries & breweries. An historic travel corridor where you can flavor your senses within the vibrant downtowns of Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake to the farm and food experiences of the St. Regis Canoe area - NYS only wilderness canoe region.

Adirondack Lakes Cuisine Trail

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Adirondack Lakes Cuisine Trail Itinerary

Campfire Adirondack Bar & GrillSaranac Lake


100 Main St(518) 891-6900

This hotel hot spot combines a warm, sophisticated atmosphere with a deep appreciation for Adirondack heritage. High quality, locally-sourced comfort fare are matched with a selection of craft beers and signature cocktails.
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The Fiddlehead BistroSaranac Lake


33 Broadway(518) 891-2002

This charming riverside location is now a locally sourced world cuisine restaurant in the heart of Saranac Lake, NY.
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Tucker FarmsGabriels


8 Hobart Road(518) 327-5054

Tucker Taters have more gala experience than you might think. Choose from their lists of providers and assemble a work of nature.
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The Packbasket at Paul Smith's College VICPaul Smiths


8023 NY State Route 30(518) 327-6241

At the VIC, you’ll find all sorts of goods and tasty treats produced within the Blue Line, including: Maple syrup made right in our sugar shack Fresh foods and beverages prepared on site Birch Boys Chaga, ADK Coffee, and other locally-sourced specialty foods Walking sticks and other wood crafts Art, photography and cards An assortment of books You also can stock up on Paul Smith’s College Apparel Snacks & beverages Balsam pillows, essential oils, and more!...
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The GanziPaul Smiths


Paul Smith's College, 7833 New York 30(518) 327-6355

The Ganzi is our student training restaurant located in Cantwell Hall on the beautiful Paul Smith’s College Campus. Regular service featuring a farm-to-table lunch menu is offered during the academic semesters. Ganzi A.M. Open Tuesday – Thursday mornings, 9:00 to 11:00 a.m., with beverage service to accompany your purchase from A.P. Smith’s Bakery. Relax and enjoy with espresso drinks such as cafe au lait, cappuccino, cafe mocha, chai tea, macchiato, and americano. Farm-To-...
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Lake Clear Lodge Adirondack Alps RestaurantLake Clear


6319 State Route 30(518) 891-1489

Escape to an Adirondack Culinary Alternative Shh… we may be raided! Have fun as we celebrate when the 1886 main Lodge operated during the 1920s with a Speakeasy flair! For the romantic to families. Savor a vanishing, original Great Camp dining experience where your table is our 25 acres of lake and history, a tasting journey of Adirondack culinary history. Create your own experience: Begin your journey in one of the last of its kind: an original Adirondack lodge. Become...
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Waterside Cafe @ The Wild CenterTupper Lake


45 Museum Drive(518) 359-7800

Come and make an enjoyable waterfront meal part of your Wild Center experience. The cafe is open daily in the summer season from 10-5, with full lunch service from 10-3:30. During the winter months the café is open from 10-4 when the museum is open. The café has indoor seating and outdoor seating on a covered terrace overlooking Greenleaf Pond. The café features healthy sandwiches and salads made fresh each day. We grow our own herbs, and in season there is an outdoor...
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Amazing Grace Vineyard and WineryChazy


9839 State Route 9(518) 215-4044

This family owned, small farm, winery sells Cold Hardy Northern varietal wines and fruit wines out of their tasting room. They have recently added a fruit dessert line. They have three award winning blends which are internationally recognized. This venue can be rented for weddings, concerts, and events.
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Four Maples Vineyard & WineryChamplain


446 Prospect St(518) 298-9463

This vineyard started in 2008, and features cold hardy varietals of Marquette and Frontenac for the reds; La Crescent and St-Pepin for the whites, happy in the Champlain Valley with correction orientation and gentle slopes. Sit under the four magnificent maple trees that have been there for more than a century.
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Vesco Ridge VineyardsWest Chazy


167 Stratton Hill Rd(518) 846-8544

This winery uses traditional Old World methods with grapes from their own vineyard and the surrounding Lake Champlain Basin. They produce 6,000 bottles of a variety of wines a year. Beautiful tasting room and patio, with venues available for weddings, meetings, and other gatherings.
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Hid-In-Pine VineyardMorrisonville


456 Soper Street(518) 643-0006

This small, family owned, Vineyard and Winery grows their own cold-tolerant grapes. Open for the summer and fall, every day from Noon until 5 PM. Stop in for a tasting, a good visit and maybe a bottle or few of wines! Stroll around the vineyard at your leisure.
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Highlands VineyardKeeseville


1092 Highlands Rd(518) 836-5355

Highlands Estate Vineyard is a family owned and operated vineyard in the Adirondacks with breathtaking views of Lake Champlain.
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Elfs Farm Winery & Cider HousePlattsburgh


7411 State Route 9(518) 563-2750

Old Fashioned fresh apple cider made on premises with our antique rack and cloth hydraulic apple press. Wines are from cold climate grape wines as well as fruit wines. New tasting room! Store hours are Tuesday-Thursday 12-6 p.m. and Sunday 12-5 p.m.
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Olde Tyme WineryEllenburg Center


439 Brandy Brook Road(518) 569-5146

Olde Tyme Winery features traditional red, white and fruit wines made only with real grapes, fruit & Brandy Brook Maple Farm's very own organic, pure and natural maple syrup.  Wines come in Sweet, Semi-Sweet and Dry varieties.  With over 12 varieties currently available and 30 more planned, you can be sure to discover something you have never tasted before at Olde Tyme Winery.  Tastings are free (21+) and hours are by appointment, so give them a call!
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