Lake George New York restaurants

Posted on: Tue, 03/25/2008 - 2:29am
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Hi All,
Our large extended family is going to Lake George, New York in July. I volunteered to be the dining coordinator since my son is allergic to all nuts and shellfish. Any suggestions for safe places to eat?? Any and all would be appreciated. Thanks,
Beth

Posted on: Wed, 03/26/2008 - 12:00am
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I can't give you any specific places b/c I'm not sure of all of the names. I live about 1 hour south of Lake George and we go there a few times a year. There are plenty of pizza places along the main drag (not just take out) and Italian restaurants. We have gotten soft serve ice cream at many places as well. In addition, there is a Ben & Jerry's ice cream shop on the main street.
You will have a great time. Be sure to get away from the craziness of the main street and check out the beach at Bolton Landing and areas further up on the lake. We have taken a boat tour on the Minne HaHa with the kids and there were plenty of packaged snacks they could have. We have gotten soft ice cream from a few spots across the street from the tour boat docks with no problem. I believe there was a post about this last year. You may want to do a search. There are many shops selling baked goods, fudge, candy etc. We just steer clear of those.
There is a long time steak house up there called the Log Jam. Not sure if they are allergy friendly but you may be able to get simple grilled meat, burgers, etc.
Have fun!
LJ

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