With the fresh mountain air and so many things to do on the Adirondack Coast, your group is bound to work up an appetite. Whether it is one of our lakeside restaurants or farm to table eateries, there is something to please every palette!
It all started in 1982 with one restaurant in Columbus, OH. Since then Buffalo Wild Wings has grown to have a store in every state in the U.S. and continue to open B-Dubs® around the world (you’re welcome, Earth). But really, all you need to know is these three things: Wings. Beer. Sports.™ Why do those three things matter to so much? Because that’s what their fans want, and that’s what the are all about—making their fans happy.
Since opening in 1975, the Butcher Block has become a mainstay of the restaurant trade. The menu is eclectic and unpretentious, but done with flair. While the menu includes scrumptious chicken, pasta and other quality delights, seafood and beef still grab most of the headlines. There's something for everyone. New to the Butcher Block is their Adirondack Room, perfect for weddings, meetings and conferences.
The Ground Round offers two great experiences for visitors. The first is the dining room featuring a menu with a variety of lunch and dinner options. The second is their bar & lounge, relax with friends while enjoying great drink specials and all the same great food from their dining room.
Irises Cafe and Wine Bar serves up contemporary American cuisine for lunch & dinner and was the Winner of the Wine Spectator Magazine "Award of Excellence".
Open year ‘round, Livingood’s Restaurant & Brewery is conveniently located just off I-87’s exit 35, in Peru, NY. They offer a full service bar with 12 house beers on tap, a large menu with vegetarian and gluten free options, seasonal outdoor seating and ample parking!
Check out Livingood's Restaurant and Brewery on the North Country Cuisine Trail!
Mo's is a family eatery that offers a refreshing option for dining in the North Country. Comparable to well-known casual dining chains found nationally, Mo's promotes a strong sense of community and family. Mo's also has a full stocked bar on a polar-ice tap and 7 HDTV's.
Plattsburgh Brewing Company home of the War of 1812 Beer, Plucky Rooster Ale. The beer was crafted using ingredients true to the 1800s and named after a 200 year old rooster to commemorate the War of 1812 Bicentennial. Plattsburgh Brewing Company offers an incredibly diverse line of handcrafted beers. 7 staple brands and 3 beers varying seasonally. Featured by a wine preservation system, 24 bottles of temperature-controlled, perfectly-preserved wine are always ready to be enjoyed.
Check out Plattsburgh Brewing Co. on Champ's Cuisine Trail!
Beautifully situated on Lake Champlain in downtown Plattsburgh, NY. The Naked Turtle Holding Co. is a seasonal waterfront restaurant and bar that lives and breathes to make its patrons feel as if they are on vacation. Offering great food, delicious drinks and live entertainment.
Uno® draws its identity and inspiration from the artisan heritage of the original. Each restaurant still makes their deep dish pizza dough fresh every morning and features wonderful menus that have the right balance between indulgent treats and delicious and nutritious choices. The restaurant has an 8' matrix television accenting the lounge, private function room and seasonal patio.
Valcour Brewing Company is a Craft Beer Brewery that also features an inn and a restaurant. All of this, as well as numerous displayed museum quality historical photographs and artifacts are located in the Old Stone Barracks in Plattsburgh, NY. The "Old Stone Barracks" is the last remaining structure of a proposed quadrangle of early U.S. Army barracks built in Plattsburgh, NY in 1838.
Check out Valcour Brewing Company on Champ's Cuisine Trail!