227 W. Main St.
Malone, NY 12953
Phone: (518) 483-0500
Fax: (518) 483-4356
City Limits Bar & Grill is a casual dining outlet that offers a friendly ambiance and delectable menu. You can also rent the on-site Spotlight Hall and Conference Centre for private events. For details, call ahead.
A perfect place to have a quiet family lunch, the Maxfield’s at Potsdam has been around the corner since 1982. A simple and cozy restaurant, it serves an amazing range of beers and contemporary American dishes. Overlooking the pristine River Havel, this place is the ultimate destination, to hangout on warm summer afternoons. Fried calamari, Mediterranean penne and bruschettas are some of the most delicious options available on their menu.
Located in the soothing and relaxing Lake Placid Lodge, Artisans is one of their elegant yet casual dining areas. With a stunning view, Artisans strives to serve delicious American delicacies which are prepared using the freshest of ingredients that are usually sourced locally. The scenic view of the lake and the fog-covered mountains make for a great backdrop for a romantic lunch or dinner. Their huge wine selection and an array of desserts complete your meal. Call ahead for reservations.
For an Italian fix in Lake Placid, look no further than Caffe Rustica. Located a little away from the main area of the city, this restaurant is termed to be a local gem according to both the locals and occasional visitors. The food here is prepared with a love for authenticity of cuisine and is absolutely outstanding. They even have a small bar section which can accommodate you with a nice cocktail until you get a seat. The service at this place is also incredibly praiseworthy. If you want to experience a delightful Italian meal in the city, then you must surely try out Caffe Rustica!
Redneck Bistro claims to serve you the most delicious burgers in Lake Placid. Drop in at this quaint restaurant and you can find out for yourself. The burgers are big and consist of the tastiest ingredients and will leave you craving for more. It is a low-key joint with modest prices for extraordinary quality of food. The staff is friendly and make sure that you are made comfortable during your visit here.
When in Lake Placid, Mykonos Restaurant is the place to go to if you want to happily satiate your Greek cravings. The restaurant serves authentic Greek dishes, prepared with fresh ingredients, that are heavenly in their taste and extremely generous in their portions. The place also consists of a full bar, where you can place yourself and devour a cocktail or two as you wait for an empty table. Service is exceptional and competes with the top notch of quality of food, thereby rendering a highly commendable experience here.
The View at Mirror Lake Inn offers some of the finest, award-winning dining possible in the Lake Placid area. Located inside the historic Mirror Lake Inn Resort and Spa, The View overlooks scenic Mirror Lake and has been enthralling hotel guests ever since. Meals can be included at a special rate if you are staying at the Inn, but if not, no worries since it is open to everyone. The Filet Mignon, either by itself, stuffed with Gorgonzola or topped with a mushroom sauce is phenomenal and the most tender, tasteful beef you will ever have. Guests can also take in a lovely breakfast with their famous Adirondack Flapjacks with pumpkin butter and maple syrup. Breakfast and dinner packages for hotel guests start at USD148 per person per day.
A local favorite, Lisa G's, on Sentinel Road, serves delicious American comfort food that's done up with a contemporary flair. Expect an eclectic variety of pizzas, salads, sandwiches and pastas here. They're all very tasty in their own way, but whatever you order, do not miss out on the desserts. A typical meal here should include the Greek salad, oyster mushroom risotto, chicken parm and, for the big finish, peanut butter cookie ice cream sandwich - you won't be disappointed, that's a promise!
Settle in at their porch area for breakfast and you can savor the first meal of the day with delectable dishes and a visually appealing sight. Chair 6 is a charming little restaurant situated at Sentinel Road with a comfortable and relaxing ambiance. They guarantee you excellent quality of food, regardless of the meal that you come here for. They have an extensive wine & beer menu that can go perfectly with any meal.
Drop in here for a quick bite after a strenuous hike or to simply try out their mouthwatering sandwiches. The Adirondack Corner Store is a local store for basic necessities and also a deli which serves food items that are prepared with the best of ingredients. The food is reasonably priced and the other products of the convenience store are also kept at a modest price.
Wild West decor and some of the best live rock music on the West Island make this bar a popular place. Add a complete menu and a lively bar scene and you can see why it gets downright crowded at times. The music varies from reggae and heavy metal to Grateful Dead tribute groups and includes a regular "Battle Of The Bands." You can munch on wings, the specialty of the house, in between sets.
Set in an out-of-the-way location on Montreal's West Island, this Cajun-flavored French restaurant attracts clientele from both the nearby suburbs and the hard-to-please downtown crowd. What is its secret? A casual atmosphere combined with sophisticated cuisine, and a to-die-for setting in a stone house with flower-covered terrace. Main dishes include grilled filet mignon with roasted corn and black-bean salsa. Wines are also available, service is friendly and courteous.