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Dining in the Lake Champlain Valley - High Peaks - New York/ Vermont Region


dining, restaurants, fast food, Italian, French, Greek, American, food The Adirondacks and the Lake Champlain Valley of Upstate New York and Vermont have long been known for their truly unique and varied cuisine ranging from fresh caught native brook trout cooked over an open campfire to world class dining at five star resorts. In the internationally acclaimed Olympic Village of Lake Placid, diners can choose from over fifty exciting restaurants with menus featuring everything from spicy Mexican foods to hearty homecooked meals. If romantic candle light dining in a Great Camp setting appeals to you, the beautiful Saranac Lake region offers an unparralled experience. Because of the abundant fish and game found throughout the Upstate New York and Lake Champlain Region visitors have the opportunity to sample such native culinary delights as smoked venison, roast duck, and fresh rainbow trout. We invite you to browse our exciting selection of restaurants featured below. Enjoy your visit and Bon Apetit!

 




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West  Chazy, Dannemora, Beekmantown
Plattsburgh, Chazy
Eagle  Bay, Old Forge, Thendara
Old Forge, Big Moose
Keene  Valley, Lake Placid, Elizabethtown
Lake Placid, Keene
Constableville,  Lyons Falls, Osceola
Lowville, Harrisville
Franklin  County, adirondacks
Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake
Thurman,  Stony Creek, Brant Lake
Lake George, North Creek
Raquette  Lake, Indian Lake
Raquette Lake, Indian Lake
Cotton,  Potsdam, Ogdensburg
Cranberry Lake, Potsdam
Saratoga  Springs, NY
Saratoga Springs


Adirondack Culinary Arts
The Adirondacks & the Lake Champlain Valley of Upstate New York & Vermont have long been known for their truly unique & varied cuisine ranging from fresh caught native brook trout cooked over an open campfire to world class dining at five star resorts.


In the internationally acclaimed City of Saratoga Springs, diners can choose from over fifty exciting restaurants with menus featuring everything from spicy Mexican foods to hearty homecooked meals. If romantic candle light dining in a Great Camp setting appeals to you, the beautiful Saranac Lake and Lake Placid region offers an unparralled experience. Because of the abundant fish and game found throughout the Adirondacks, visitors
have the opportunity to sample such native culinary delights as smoked
venison, roast duck, and fresh rainbow trout.

The Culinary Arts program at Paul Smith's College in the Adirondacks was founded on the principle of learning by doing. Many of todays local chefs learned their trade at Paul Smith's.


New York Culinary Arts
New York State offers a wide variety of world-class culinary institutes and schools taught by renowned world masters using the finest in equipment and ingredients. From the French Culinary Institute & the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City to Paul Smith's College in the Adirondacks, New York State has some of the finest culinary schools in the country.

Culinary Arts Programs
In a Culinary Arts Program, students learn the theory, practice and art of cooking. A student will learn skill development in: theory, technique, palate training, speed and teamwork. This approach assures that students move quickly yet thoroughly through a program, while learning the elements that are essential for a successful culinary career. Pastry and Baking Arts Programs are international in their scope. Many programs will offer students a comprehensive hands-on experience of the components of baking which includes units on everything from breads and cakes to confections and frozen desserts. The Culinary Management Program is an innovative course designed for individuals who want to manage, grow, open or own a culinary business. A culinary business is broadly defined to include food-and-beverage operations such as restaurants, catering companies and specialty-food or pastry shops.

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Selecting a Place to Dine

Choosing an appropriate dining spot for a given evening would hardly qualify as one of life's major decisions. Like all of life's decisions, however -- whether great or small -- choosing wisely has its rewards... choosing poorly its punishments. Those who approach restaurant dining with a "life's a crapshoot" attitude are living a self-fulfilling prophecy -- in other words, they're likely to "crap out" more often than not.

Restaurant dining should be an immensely pleasurable experience. But hoping for the best doesn't make it so -- some careful planning does. A crapshoot life may well be, but that doesn't mean you can't stack the odds heavily in your favor.

One suggestion for choosing an eatery comes immediately to mind: Give a friend a call and ask for a recommendation. Word of mouth is all well and good... provided, of course, that the mouth in question happens to be trustworthy. Since asking for a personal recommendation is somewhat akin to playing Russian roulette with your innards, I would offer the following rule of thumb: No matter how reliable you consider the person making the recommendation, no matter how closely you feel his/her tastes coincide with your own, when sailing off into uncharted culinary waters, it pays to do your own reconnaissance.

If possible, make it a point to stop by the establishment in question for a cocktail after work, or at least for a brief look-see. Strike up a conversation with the bartender. Peruse the menu, the wine list... and don't forget to take a gander in the restroom before departing. You'd be surprised what a sharp pair of eyes and ears and an acute sense of smell can tell you about a restaurant -- even before settling in at table.

Perhaps a great many people consider it a waste of time and effort to pay a visit to a restaurant beforehand. Obviously it is not always possible or necessary to spy out the land in advance. On the other hand, if you are planning a uniquely romantic and/or outlandishly expensive evening, doing so is most certainly a sine qua non. No matter how glowing the recommendation, there is no substitute for seeing a place in the flesh. Even if the establishment passes muster, you may still deem it unsuitable for the particular occasion you have in mind.

Better to spend a little time and effort at the outset than to make a reservation sight unseen and arrive at the appointed hour expecting fish... only to find fowl.

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