Lake George Restaurant Week 2013 & New Farmers’ Market

Sample delicious foods this region has to offer during the Lake George Region Restaurant Week 2013 (June 9-15) and the new Lake George Farmers’ Market opening in June 2013.

During the 7th Annual Lake George Region Restaurant Week, visitors & locals can enjoy a three course meal for a special price of only $20.13 (not including tax & gratuity) during seven full days at a variety of area participating restaurants. In fact, there will be nineteen restaurants participating in this Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce special dining event – from the areas of Bolton Landing, Lake George and Queensbury – including Adirondack Bar & Grill, The Boathouse Restaurant, Christie’s on the Lake, Gaslight Bar & Grill, Giovanna’s on the Lake at the Georgian Lakeside Resort, Lobster Pot Restaurant, Log Jam Restaurant, Mama Riso’s Restaurant, Mario’s RestaurantShoreline Restaurant, S.J. Garcia’s Restaurant, Sushi Yoshi, Village Blacksmith Steakhouse at The Fort William Henry, and more! Sample from appetizing appetizers, exquisite entrees and delightful desserts at these casual and fine dining establishments. Choose a new restaurant each night, as the types of cuisine being offered are abundant and range from American to Italian to Mexican to Chinese/Japanese… including a wide selection of chicken, ribs, pasta, pork, steak, and seafood entrees. Take a look at their three course menus online at

Enjoy the fresh fruits, vegetables and other natural foods & products from the region’s local farmers! New in 2013… the very first Lake George Farmers’ Market will start Tuesday, June 11, 2013 (and continue every Tuesday through the season) from 8AM-12Noon in front of Shepard Park on Canada Street/Route 9 in the heart of Lake George Village. Shop for fresh locally-raised produce & foods from vendors, whose tents will be set up on the sidewalks in front of the park. No need to worry about parking… special 15 minute parking is permitted during this farmers’ market. Check out the variety of other Farmers’ Markets in and all around the entire Lake George Region (from Albany to Ticonderoga and everywhere in between). Actually, you’ll find a market every day of the week! Be sure to print out a copy of the Lake George Area’s Farmers’ Markets. Therefore, wherever you may be on whatever day, you can always stop and shop from any local farmer!

Cheers to great food in June!