Where to Eat

The history of Lake George is integral to the Adirondack region. How lovely is the location? Take it from the famed Thomas Jefferson, who penned a letter to his daughter in May, 1791, including this description: “Lake George is without comparison, the most beautiful water I ever saw; formed by a contour of mountains into a basin... finely interspersed with islands, its water limpid as crystal, and the mountain sides covered with rich groves...”

After you have explored the Adirondack region to its fullest, head to some of the best dining spots in the Lake George region including restaurants in Ticonderoga and Hague, where you will find fresh regional cuisine that will be sure to please the whole family!  Whether you’re a seafood lover, in the mood for a fresh salad, or want to settle for a delicious pizza pie, the possibilities are endless! Bring your family and your appetite and settle in for a spectacular time!

Burgoyne Grill: Located inside the Best Western Plus Ticonderoga Hotel, is an Adirondack style pub and grill, featuring steaks, sandwiches, seafood, pasta, burgers, and nightly specials. This full-service American grill and bar is open year-round, Monday-Saturday, and offers an array of foods in an atmosphere suitable for guests of all ages. 

Captain Dick’s Crab Shack: A casual atmosphere billed as “island style.” Adults can nosh on fresh seafood, while kids can order their summertime favorites like hamburgers and hotdogs. Refresh with a cold drink in the afternoon sun, or savor the sunset dining alfresco on the deck.

Cate’s Italian Garden Restaurant: Located in Bolton Landing, you will find a true, charming sidewalk bistro with pasta dishes, steak, seafood, and daily chef’s specials. Also offers pizza for dining in or take-out. You’ll have your choice of indoor or outdoor seating, but get there early before a line forms on the sidewalk!

Eddies Restaurant: Specializing in homemade sauces, hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood and homemade pastas, Eddie’s Restaurant offers prompt and friendly service. Menu options include daily specials, appetizers, entrees, desserts, and a full bar menu. Set in an Adirondack-style atmosphere, Eddies is located 5 miles south of the Town of Ticonderoga.

Hague Firehouse Restaurant: A perfect choice if you are looking for afresh but casual atmosphere. Located in historic Hague, just minutes from Ticonderoga on Lake George, the Firehouse Restaurant is one of the most popular restaurants in the area and features delicious appetizers, fresh daily specials and delectable desserts as well as full bar.  

Hot Biscuit Diner: Once you have experienced the Hot Biscuit cuisine, you will not be surprised that the Northeast Re-enactors voted it the best eatery in the Northeast or that the Hot Biscuit was featured on PBS' Roadside Recipe as a "must" see in the Adirondacks! Located just 2.6 miles from Fort Ticonderoga! 

Libby's Bakery Café: Located just 2 miles from Fort Ticonderoga; Libby's offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere in a recently restored historic downtown location. Offering fresh localvore menu items including; salads, daily homemade soup specials, quiche, and specialty sandwiches. Visit for breakfast, lunch, or just drop by for homemade dessert and specialty tea or coffee.  Libby's is a must in Ticonderoga!

Sticks and Stones Wood Fired Bistro and Bar:  Located in nearby Schroon Lake, Sticks and Stones offers delicious wood fired pizza, salads, sandwiches and other daily specials. Enjoy regional beer including Schroon’s own Paradox Beer and regional distilled spirits in a warm Adirondack-style restaurant and bar. Outside dining is available. Sticks and Stones is a local favorite!

The Algonquin: Sits by a marina on the water’s edge, and is known for its New England clam chowder, fresh shrimp cocktail and perfectly grilled steaks. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant offers picturesque views and fabulous meals.

The Lake George Boardwalk Restaurant and Bar: The only restaurant in Lake George Village that has balcony seating that puts patrons right over the lake! Stop by and have a great lunch or dinner on the outdoor deck, relax and enjoy live music and entertainment, or choose the newly renovated dining room with plenty of window seating overlooking the lake. 

The Sentinel Grille: Located just three miles from Fort Ticonderoga, this family-friendly restaurant serves fresh, American style cuisine. Sentinel Grille chefs create homemade soups and desserts each day along with signature fresh baked bread and honey whipped butter.

The Wind-chill Factory: A must-stop ice cream shop for families travelling to Fort Ticonderoga! Treat yourself to the Adirondack's finest soft ice cream and frozen yogurt. Also, try the “Chill Grill” for burgers, Michigan Dogs, homemade soup, sweet potato fries, and pizza. Outdoor seating is available. 

Wagon Wheel RestaurantLocated just a couple of miles from Fort Ticonderoga is the area's favorite family-friendly restaurant. Serving neighbors and visitors since 1957, the Wagon Wheel is open year-round and offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Ye Olde Fort View Inn: A local favorite with fabulous views of Fort Ticonderoga and Lake Champlain. The large menu includes appetizers, salads, steak, the area’s best chicken wings, and a variety of entrees, specials, and homemade desserts. 

Visit the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce for additional area business information.