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Adirondacks has long been known for its truly unique and varied cuisine ranging
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the internationally acclaimed City of Saratoga Springs, diners can choose from
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of the best recipes from the best restaurants, inns, and B&Bs in the Adirondacks!
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Cuisine is taped on location at the Adirondack Landmark Saranac Hotel, where the
award-winning Senior Producer and Host, Derek Muirden, takes viewers on a tour
of the restaurants, inns and B&B's,
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to European trained Chef Armand preparing a dish made famous by each of the restaurants.
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76 Saranac Ave, Lake Placid, NY 12946
toll Free: (877) 743-9078
The restaurant at Paradox lodge is open to the
public for dinner starting at 6:00 pm (or earlier by prior arrangement) Tuesday
through Sunday. The type of food prepared by Chef Moses LaFountaine is French/American.
A sample menu and wine list my be viewed on our website. In addition to our regular
menu there are several special items featured daily such as: appetizers: lobster
bisque, fresh cream of asparagus soup, Tuscan bean soup, smoked trout , crab and
avocado; main course: big eye tuna, red snapper, salmon, wild stripe bass,
grouper, pork Normandy with Calvados and apples, lobster and scallops over angel
hair pasta, fresh veal chop. Our facility is ideal for small group functions and
weddings and may be exclusively reserved. We offer a full bar in addition to the
wine list and during the warmer months you may enjoy your cocktails on either
on the front porch or in our back yard where we have a pleasant lakeside setting.
Reservations are recommended
Restaurant-1 Olympic Drive, Lake Placid NY 12946 Phone: 518-523-3339 email:
casual setting in a magnificently restored Adirondack manor. Our award winning
chef offers traditional American & French cuisine, selected menu items include:
Chateaubriand, Rack of Lamb & Grilled Lobster Tails. Outdoor dining is available
on beautiful covered deck overlooking the lake and mountains. Veranda was proud
to host President Clinton's 54th birthday celebration. For reservations call 523-3339.
"The deck of the Veranda Restaurant is one of the best places to be on a summer
evening, with views of Mirror Lake and the mountains of the Sentinel and Great
Ranges. " - NY Times
Boat House - Mirror Lake Drive, Lake Placid NY 12946 Phone: 518-523-4822
A perfect Adirondack evening begins with the Boat House Restaurant located on
the pristine shores of Mirror Lake. With its Adirondack Great Camp atmosphere,
spectacular sunsets, views and covered deck extending over the water, the Boat
House affords a truly memorable vantage point. The menu features fresh fish, pasta
dishes, savory items from the grill and garden fresh salads.
Adirondacks have been a summer destination for golfers for over one
hundred years. It is a golfers
paradise with several world class courses for you to choose from.
From scenic Craigwood , to 45 hole Lake Placid Club , Whiteface Club
and Resort & the Saranac Inn, to smaller Saranac Lake Golf Club
and Westport Country Club, you won't be disapointed .
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Lake Placid summer golf packages . Lake Placid
offers hundreds of links and spectacular golf in the heart of the Adirondacks.
Award-winning courses offer a unique variety of golf for players of all abilities
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Placid / Saranac Lake Area Golf Courses
Wood Golf Course -
518-523-9811 877-999-9473 (In Season)
Wood Golf Course offers a challenging round of golf in a spectacular setting.
Designed by Seymour Dunn in 1925, this carefully maintained municipal course is
strategically carved into the Adirondack countryside. Itís the perfect opportunity
for a great round of golf.
Placid Club Golf Courses -
Tee Times: 518-523-4460 800-874-1980 Lake Placid
amidst towering white pines in the heart of Adirondack splendor the historic Lake
Placid Club offers unique real estate that is stunning in its natural beauty and
rich with recreational opportunities. The Club comprises over 900 acres of land
providing a variety of exclusive Adirondack homes, Condominiums and lots with
an unmatched range of amenities - including 45 holes of championship golf - and
conveniently located close to the center of the village of Lake Placid.
Club & Resort Golf Course -
518-523-2551 1-800-422-6757 Lake Placid
Club Golf Course is one of the most notable and majestic golf courses in the eastern
United States. Built in 1898 on the shores of Lake Placid, it soon became the
course of royalty, move stars and famous sports figures.
Inn Golf & Country Club -
518-891-1402 Saranac Lake
Saranac Inn Golf and Country Club was founded at the turn of the century and designed
by renowned Scottish Pro and Architect Seymour Dunn. The course was designed using
the natural terrain to provide a wonderful golfing experience, with spectacular
mountain views, pure mountain air and a memorable fragrance emanating form the
balsams that line the course.
Lake Golf Club -
518-891-2675 Ray Brook
friendly 9-hole course on route 86, between Saranac Lake and Lake Placid fun for
both novice and experienced golfers. Offers a complete practice facility. 518-891-2675.
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