Photos by Kacey O'Brien


Gather your weekend brunch crew for a delicious mid-morning meal. Sip on mimosas while browsing the menus at these Lake George Area restaurants that offer brunch on a regular basis. Finally settle the debate – pancakes or waffles?

*Menus are subject to change.


Start your day sunny-side up at Mint! Mint’s sweet and savory brunch is expertly crafted with local ingredients. In the mood for breakfast food? Try the Breakfast Tacos featuring egg, chorizo, salsa, and avo-tom sauce, topped with avocado slices. Or, the sharable French Toast Board made with organic house, maple syrup, chutney, jam, and butter. Mint also offers a Bourbon Cream Coffee, multiple mimosa flavors, and more. A large portion of their menu is either gluten-free, vegan, or vegetarian. This brunch & bubbly is served on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Order From The Photos: Here Comes the Sun, Let It Be (mocktail), Hash, Hibiscus Pavlova

Check out Mint’s dinner menu on our roundup of vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free restaurants here!

[farmacy] restobar

Brunch at [farmacy] is always a good idea! [farmacy] restobar in Glens Falls takes a break from serving dinner to offer an equally refined brunch menu on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Take a bite out of their cinnamon sugar donut holes with maple cream sauce and classic French toast topped with whipped cream and syrup, or their loaded Brunch Burritos, Brisket Hash, Tofu Scramble, and more. What is brunch if it’s not bottomless? Sip unlimited mimosas or Bloody Marys alongside your meal. Also choose from a spiked kombucha, smoothie seltzer, and other perfectly paired brunch beverages. Sundays call for brunch with friends at [farmacy].

On select dates, enjoy a multi-course Drag Brunch with live performances and meet & greets. Tickets are available online only and are non-refundable, but can be transferred. You will be able to select your seats when purchasing your tickets. Must be 18+ to attend.

Check out [farmacy] restobar’s dinner menu on our roundup of vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free restaurants here!


Kick off your weekend plans with brunch at Gaslight. Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., order sweet and savory menu items like the newly added Breakfast Skillet, Brunch Burger, or Lox Board, open-faced sandwiches, towering pancakes stacks, and more. To drink, sip bottomless mimosas – try every flavor with a flight – or enjoy their rotating martini specials. Often accompanying brunch is live, local music. And, in the evening, Gaslight. shifts from brunch to a bistro with a wood-fired pizza oven and something on the menu to satisfy everyone’s taste buds.

The Bond 1786

The Bond 1786 in Warrensburg puts their atmosphere into words in the best way possible – “a place where food and coziness complement each other.” Spend a calm Sunday morning from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. enjoying the “1786 Brunch” at this historic and beautifully renovated restaurant & inn next door. The menu includes three different and delicious styles of eggs benedict, a savory breakfast sandwich, cinnamon raisin French Toast Bites, and other quintessential brunch items. Order a mimosa flight, “Schroon-driver”, “Bond Bloody”, or White Russian to cheers with your brunch crew.

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Order From The Photos: Mimosa Flight (Tiffany Blue, Strawberry, Orange), Beet & Goat Cheese Salad, 1786 Mac & Cheese, French Toast Bites, Prosciutto Benedict

Nettle Meadow

Nettle Meadow’s Hitching Post Tavern & Tasting Room offers a delicious brunch menu made with their award-winning cheeses. This second Nettle Meadow location is nestled in the historic log cabin dude ranch in Lake Luzerne. On Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. enjoy your fill of potato pancakes, corned beef hash, and more from the hearty brunch buffet, or lunch options from their a la carte menu, including the “Buckaroo” with Horseradish Chevre or a “Trailburger” with Habanero Peach Fromage Frais. Don’t leave without taking home some of Nettle Meadow’s cheeses and other locally made products available in the adjoining retail space. We guarantee you’ll be back to sample more!

The Hitching Post also has a pet-friendly outdoor patio to dine on. Order something “For the Pups” – a healthy and completely safe-to-eat menu for your favorite brunch companion. They will be drooling over the scrambled eggs (offered during Sunday brunch hours only), chicken stew, or hamburger meal. Don't forget the pup cup for dessert – they deserve it!

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Order From The Photos: Mimosa Flight, Baked Kunik, Potato Pancake, Struffins; also pictured is a brunch variation from their charcuterie board options.

Log House Restaurant & Pub, Garnet Hill Lodge

Achieve brunch goals at Log House Restaurant & Pub. Wake up with delicious options like the Wild Berry Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast, Sirloin Steak & Eggs, or Chicken & Waffles with Adirondack Maple Glaze. Load up on good fuel from the brunch menu, offered 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. before making use of the Garnet Hill Outdoor Center’s on-site trails for snowshoeing, hiking, and mountain biking. This property has plenty to offer a hungry Lake George Area explorer!

Adirondack Winery

Make brunch an experience to remember at Adirondack Winery. Constantly innovating, they have added a brunch to the many fun events at their state-of-the-art facility and tasting room in Queensbury. Start your morning with a delectable charcuterie board featuring locally sourced food items such as prosciutto, Nettle Meadow’s Chevre, handmade sugar waffles, Surprenaut’s Jam & Wine-Infused Jelly, Barkeater Chocolate’s wine-infused chocolate truffles, fresh fruits, and more. Add some of their wine cocktails to your brunch tab like the “From Lakes to Mountains” Mimosa Flight or ADK Bloody Mary; mocktails available as well.

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Order From The Photos: Sunrise/Sunset Mimosa Flight, Amethyst Sunset Mimosa, Midnight Mimosa, ADK Bloody Mary, French Toast Supreme, Winery Brunch Board 

Seasonal Brunch Spots

*Hours of operation are subject to change.

The Gem

Designed with the Adirondack Great Camps as inspiration, The Gem is where modern and mountain environments collide and the perfect blend of sweet and savory can be found. Available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays, the brunch menu reflects the rustic, yet sophisticated, atmosphere and has hearty offerings such as the Sweet Corn Elote, Carolina Pulled Pork with a chili vinegar, or Roasted Portabella with provolone and a green goddess slaw. Everything is sourced from the best quality ingredients and made from scratch in house – from the homemade smokehouse sauces to fresh juices and syrups for cocktails – all featured during brunch.

The Lighthouse Grill

Brunch like you mean it at The Lighthouse Grill from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. On the menu are filling breakfast favorites, including “Omelets Your Way” and the “Full Breakfast” – a heaping plate with four fried eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, and toast. If an early lunch is more your style, order a wrap, juicy burger, fresh salad, or anything from their list of appetizers. When you’ve brunched until content, purchase a ticket and hop aboard the Horicon or Adirondac for a sightseeing cruise of Lake George.

Check out The Lighthouse Grill’s dinner menu on our roundup of vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free restaurants here!

The Barrel

For some mid-morning après ski, head to The Barrel in Bolton Landing to enjoy bottomless mimosas and breakfast favorites like their Caramel Apple Stuffed French Toast or “Classic Eggs Benny” inside a frosty igloo. Or, warm-up inside the Adirondack style pub and tap room with classic lunch options like nachos, burgers, and wings. The Barrel is open seasonally from November to March, and serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Lac du Saint Sacrement Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise

Lake George Steamboat Company

Climb aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement for a Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise. From any table, you will have amazing views of Lake George and the surrounding mountains while enjoying a glass of champagne, made-to-order omelets, French toast, bacon, sausage, and all luncheon offerings as well. This leisurely mid-morning cruise running May 7 through October 29 is from 12 to 2 p.m., when the sun is high in the sky and the lake is alive with boaters and recreation enthusiasts. Enjoy the best of both on the “Queen of American Lakes” – brunch and a view!