We hope you packed your appetite. Because The Sagamore Resort boasts eight seasonal Lake George restaurants (yes, eight!) on property, each with their own unique flavor.

There’s no hunger quite like the hunger that builds after a day spent hiking, swimming, and outright exploring the unending wilderness of Adirondacks. Luckily, when you stay at The Sagamore Resort, perched on its own private 70-acre island in Bolton Landing, fuel comes in the form of eight Lake George restaurants all located on property, from a New York-style steakhouse to a surf and turf restaurant that is set on stilts over the lake. So the hardest part won’t be finding somewhere to eat, but in which one to eat first. We help you make up your mind depending on, well, what suits your taste.

Lakeside Italian

The upscale-casual La Bella Vita is a cornerstone of the dining scene at the resort. Serving fresh, authentic Italian cuisine (think chicken or veal Piccata, Saltimboca, and Scallopini) since 2008, the restaurant offers one of the most memorable views on the property with a warmly decorated dining room that overlooks the resort’s iconic terraces cascading down to the water and the southern exposure of Lake George.

Suggested Dish Veal Scallopini, a tender sautéed veal cutlet served beside Tuscan mashed potatoes

Eating Your Way Through The Sagamore Resort – Club Grill Steakhouse

An Adirondack Steakhouse

Housed in an old Tudor-style building set near the first tee of the Sagamore, the Club Grill Steakhouse embodies Old World charm thanks to a brick-lined fireplace, wooden beams, iron chandeliers, and a gentlemen’s club-like atmosphere. Premium steaks cuts – like ribeye, filet mignon, and New York strip – are the headlining act of the menu here, while hearty sides (loaded baked potatoes, mac and cheese, creamed spinach) prove to be the perfect companions.

Suggested Dish New York Strip Steak, a 16-oz steak cut from cattle raised by Northeast Family Farms

Raising the Bar

As the bar portion of La Bella Vita – and therefore possessing much of the same Italian flair – Caldwell’s is known for its lighter fare of specialty sandwiches and fresh soup and salads. But we suggest one of their three signature pizzas (classic margherita, rustica, and sicilian), with dough that is hand-stretched and then cooked to a perfect light and crispy crust in the 600-degree stone oven.

Suggested Dish Sicilian Pizza, where spicy marina comes topped with sweet Italian sausage, pepperoni, and fontina and mozzarella cheese

Eating Your Way Through The Sagamore Resort – Pavilion Restaurant

Out on the Water

Diners are often impressed by Pavilion before they even step foot inside. That’s because half of the restaurant is on land, while the other half is positioned on stilts over the lake. They won’t be disappointed when they enter, either: The open-air venue cycles through the freshest catches flown in to serve only the finest seafood. Because of that and the gorgeous views of the lake, it can be a tough place to get a table, so try to schedule a reservation far in advance.

Suggested Dish Seafood Cioppino, a smorgasbord of lobster, shrimp, halibut, scallops, mussels, clams, and red skin potatoes in a rich tomato broth

Dining that Descends

Open for lunch, dinner, and beverage service, the Veranda Terraces are a series of stone terraces that descend from the hotel veranda and lobby into a waterfront area sprinkled with Adirondack tables and chairs. Guests can dine while enjoying the view up close, but we suggest it as the perfect place to enjoy a drink or two as day turns to night.

Suggested Dish Anitpasto Della Casa, a board of the resort’s handmade formaggi and salumi

Pub Food, Please

Named after the first general manager of the Sagamore, Myron O. Brown, Mr. Brown’s Pub specializes in comfort food, like roast turkey with stuffing, baby back ribs, and burgers. Resembling an Adirondack Great Camp, the restaurant is filled with antler chandeliers, twiggy rough-hewn chairs, dark wood, and details like old snowshoes and paddles.

Suggested Dish Loaded Cheese Fries, topped with pulled pork, bacon, kimchi, and fried egg

Eating Your Way Through The Sagamore Resort – The Lakehouse Restaurant

Open-Air Eats

If you’re seeking high-quality poolside dining, look no further than The Lakehouse. Here, diners can drink and eat at the open-air bar lounge, which resembles a boathouse and features a wrap-around deck, or order from the comfort of their poolside chair. Parents love the healthy smoothies (or frozen alcoholic concoctions) and wine by the glass, while the Little Sailors Menu offers something for the kids.

Suggested Dish Lobster Roll, with fresh-picked Maine lobster, seasoned mayonnaise, and lettuce on a toasted brioche roll

Poolside Fare

Located across the 95,000-gallon outdoor pool from The Lakehouse, Splash Pool Bar is frequented mostly – no surprise – by bathing suit–clad diners. The food is a step above your limited pool bar menu, however, thanks to a focus on healthy options, like hummus and chip apps, salads, and healthy sandwiches.

Suggested Dish Greek Power Salad, made with red quinoa, kale and artisan greens, feta, olives, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, and Greek dressing

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