Top food and drinks in the Adirondacks!
From tableside s’mores to craft beer, we dove into the culinary scene in the Adirondacks to share these great places to eat and drink. Don’t miss them when you visit New York’s Adirondacks.
#1 Raquette River Brewery in Tupper Lake
If you like craft beer, stop by Tupper Lake’s Raquette River Brewery where entrepreneur Mark Jessie has expanded his business in record time, winning the Fan Favorite Brewery award and becoming a hot spot for beer and Food Trucks in the region.
#2 Origin Coffee in Saranac Lake
In Saranac Lake, coffee lovers delight at Origin Coffee, where entrepreneur Jecinda Wilson sources sustainable coffees from around the world. A trip to stay on a coffee farm in Costa Rica inspired her to start this well-loved Saranac Lake coffee house, where locals line up on crisp mornings for inventive and hot drinks. And a fun note, Origin Coffee now also has a shop in downtown Lake Placid!
#3 The Breakfast Club in Lake Placid
In downtown Lake Placid breakfast seekers can have their eggs all day long at The Breakfast Club, a local institution that serves decadent hot chocolates alongside lake views. Get massive omelettes, eggs benedict, nutella French toast and more, while taking in views of Mirror Lake.
Grab another craft brew at The Woods Inn, where locals and travelers snowmobile or drive in to enjoy the ambiance of this historic inn built in the “Adirondack Great Camp Style”.
Go gourmet at Hotel Saranac, where tableside s’mores mix with locally sourced fare and smoky cocktails. Right across from the restaurant, there’s also a really cute store with Adirondacks inspired gift items, so you can eat and shop in one location.
This is all on tap in New York’s Adirondacks. If you’re interested in learning more about the Adirondacks, watch the full “Travels with Darley: Adirondacks” episode on PBS, Create TV and Ovation TV’s Journy and check out our Vacations section for more information on Adirondacks vacations and tours.