Samplings of gourmet food and convivial socializing are in store Saturday at the annual Taste of Diamond Point event that raises money for the local church.
An array of selected artwork and crafts, fresh local vegetables, live acoustic music, demonstrations, food samplings and socializing — it's all featured at the Adirondack Riverfront Arts Fest this Friday in Warrensburg.
Proprietors Paul and Nancy Nichols hailed
Not only is a landmark family-owned restaurant in Lake George awarded for its cuisine, hospitality and longevity, but its owners are praised for their unparalleled community service.
Attendance at the new Adirondack Wine & Food Festival in Lake George surpasses expectations, as it draws a crowd to taste regional wines and food specialties prepared with fresh and local ingredients.
Lake George’s own Adirondack Winery will host the first ever Adirondack Wine and Food Festival this weekend at the Charles R. Wood Festival Commons on Westbrook Road in the Village.
A local health-food restaurant and smoothie bar was recently named "Rookie of the Year" by the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce for opening two locations in a single year.
Mario's Italian Restaurant owners Paul and Nancy Nichols have been recognized by Village of Lake George officials for close to four decades of ownership and service to their community.
The Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market will open for its seventeenth season on Friday, May 22 from three to six p.m.
At a press conference last Wednesday, April 29, Lake George Winery president and co-owner Sasha Pardy officially announced the first Adirondack Wine and Food Festival, coming to Lake George the last weekend in June
Rachael Ray shared candid conversation, quips, and insights into celebrity life as as well as a few recipes during her 13th annual benefit show at Lake George High School recently — and the capacity audience was captivated.
Celebrity chef and television personality Rachael Ray sat down with Adirondack Journal reporter Ryan Edwards to answer a few questions before her 13th annual live show to benefit the LGHS Alumni Association.
If there’s anything North Country maple producers know a lot about, it’s waiting – biding their time for warm, sunny March days, waiting for the sap to flow so they can fire up their evaporators and produce maple syrup — as well as maple sugar, maple cream and candies to fill their sugar-shack shelves.
The Schroon Lake Chamber of Commerce along with a hand full of community partners sponsored the fourth annual Chili Cook Off, Saturday, Feb. 21, which was once again a huge hit and heavily attended by locals and over 130 snowmobilers that were participating in the Schroon-North Hudson Snowmobile Club Poker Run.
A event designed to connect food producers to customers drew hundreds seeking to learn more about buying food produced in their neighborhoods.
The Adirondack Community Outreach Center would like to thank the Gore Mountain Ski Center and its tremendous effort to collect canned goods for donation to the Johnsburg Food Pantry.
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