Lake George area offers group dining options from over 250 restaurants. You may choose to dine in elegance in a country lodge, savor your fare on a sunset dinner cruise or enjoy a meal with a lakeside view. Whether you choose four star or family style your group will enjoy sampling tastes of the Lake George Area.

Lorenzo's Restaurant

Taste authentic Italian and Mediterranean dining at Lorenzo's Restaurant at the Copperfield Inn! Located at the Copperfield Inn, Lorenzo's restaurant serves simple, authentic Mediterranean and northern Italian cuisine. The atmosphere is casual and chic, with an inviting open kitchen and both small and large dishes.

The Grist Mill

Creative American cuisine; consistent quality, freshest ingredients, picturesque location. Dinners, wheelchair access, motorcoaches welcome. Eat in our elegant dining room or join us for lighter fare in our rustic Tavern. Open Thur-Sun- Tavern at 4, Dining room at 5.

T R'S Restaurant Holiday Inn Resort

American cuisine, seasonal buffet. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, on transit rt, wheelchair access, motorcoaches welcome, wi-fi.

La Bella Vita

At La Bella Vita, we celebrate Italy’s culinary passion with garden-fresh ingredients and centuries-old recipes at our acclaimed restaurant on Lake George. The Sagamore Resort’s signature Italian restaurant boasts panoramic views over the lake and a warm color scheme with subtle yellow accents and dark wood touches. Savor a delicious meal in our inviting dining room or al fresco on the outdoor deck with the Adirondack Mountains as your backdrop.

Club Hamilton Restaurant at Surfside

Club Hamilton serves a hearty breakfast buffet daily in-season, Memorial Day through Labor Day, from 7:30am - 11am. Take advantage of our Chef's Daily Specials; the buffet features scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, French toast, pancakes, home fries, cereal, bagels, fresh fruit, assorted fresh baked goods, juice, coffee and tea. Find yourself on the run…breakfast sandwiches, assorted pastries and coffee-to-go is available.

Barnsider Smokehouse Restaurant

We proudly serve the Best BBQ North of Memphis. Our menu selections include Starters - western cheese fries, barbecue skins, Barnsider nachos and green bean fries. Salads feature salmon salad, cobb, a soup and salad combo. Burgers - mushroom-onion and Swiss, big Tex brisket patty melt, steakhouse panini. Our BBQ sandwiches include the Adirondacker, chicken wrap or panini. 

Algonquin Restaurant

Enjoy delicious food with a view at the Algonquin! A meal at the Algonquin is a summertime tradition in Bolton Landing. Dine outside casually on the dock-side deck, inside, by our famous Sweet Briar Island Overlook Bar, or Topside, where the best lake view will accompany the best lake dining!

9 Dragons

We serve lunch and dinner. Enjoy our buffet or order from our extensive menu. We are located on the Greater Glens Falls Transit route. Wheelchair access and motorcoaches are welcome.

Panera Bread

At Panera Bread bakery-cafes, bakers spend their nights baking breads in stone deck and convection ovens before we open our doors each morning. This overnight effort ensures that everything from your morning bagel to your late afternoon sandwich was baked fresh, that same day. We apply this same dedication to all of our cafe items, from fresh, crisp salads with unique flavor combinations, to our savory selection of soups.

Adirondack Pub & Brewery

Family-friendly brew pub in Lake George offering house-brewed beers and sodas!

The Boathouse Restaurant

Enjoy your meal only feet above the water in this former boathouse! The Boathouse Restaurant is a gorgeous waterfront escape serving delicious meals for lunch and dinner. Enjoy a creative special, steak, seafood, or pasta dish at one of our outdoor tables. Live music throughout the summer makes our outdoor bar the place to be.

Log Jam Restaurant

The Log Jam Restaurant takes pride both in the beauty of the Adirondacks and in providing you with superb food and accommodating hospitality in an authentic log cabin. If it weren’t for the aromas of sizzling steaks, you just might think you walked into an Adirondack logging camp of 100 years ago.