In the mood for a seafood dinner tonight? Explore Glens Falls region seafood restaurants below.
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Jack's American Bistro was the culmination of a lifetime spent in the restaurant business. After several months of planning in June 2004 the doors were open to a new dining experience in the Glens Falls/Queensbury area.
At Red Lobster we have insisted on the finest seafood the sea has to offer since we opened our first restaurant in 1968. Since then, lots of things have changed. But one thing has not, our relentless pursuit of quality and, above all, freshness.
George's Restaurant, located on the lower east side of Lake George, just outside of Lake George Village is a local favorite! Whether you live in the are or are here for a visit, stop by for some of the best American Cuisine in the Lake George area!
Delicious steaks, seafood, pasta, veal and more abound at the Ridge Terrace Restaurant in Queensbury NY, just minutes from the Eastside of Lake George. The Ridge Terrace is known for their fine dining and commitment to excellence. Come in and enjoy!
Queensbury Visit Queensbury, NY - a bustling town sandwiched between Glens Falls and Lake George!
Fort Edward Learn more about the town of Fort Edward in Upstate NY!
Lake Luzerne Read more about the quaint area of Hadley - Lake Luzerne!
South Glens Falls Learn more about the Village of South Glens Falls - a close knit community located in Upstate NY!
6th Annual Winter Raptor Fest in Greenwich, NY
Experience the wonder of flight when Friends of the IBA's 6th annual Winter Raptor Fest returns to the Washington County Grasslands on May 14 & 15. Exciting Live Bird of Prey programs introduce you to many of our native owls, hawks and falcons, including some of our most endangered species! This year's highlights include Adirondack Wildlife Refuge live wolf and coyote programs and Jonathan Wood’s The Raptor Project. Wood takes you on a raptor safari with the largest traveling collection of birds of prey found in the world! See and learn about more than a dozen birds of prey found on every habitat on the planet, from falcons and owls weighing 2-3 ounces to Bald, Golden and White-tailed Eagles with 7 - 8 foot wingspans! See full details
The Lake Theatre "Fun"draiser
We invite you to kick off your weekend with some laughs while helping support us by attending our first ever “FUN”DRAISER. Join us for an evening of socializing, a silent auction, a live auction, a hilarious “garage sale” auction, a 50/50 raffle, a live performance of “SPONTANEOUS BROADWAY” by THE MOP AND BUCKET IMPROV TROUPE and a “NAME THAT SHOW” contest (with gifts to the winners) that will test your knowledge of our 49-year history. See full details
12th Annual Tour of the Battenkill
The 12th Annual Tour of the Battenkill is America's largest one-day Pro/Am cycling race. Cyclists compete over 65+ miles of rolling terrain on both dirt and paved roads as they travel through the world famous Battenkill Valley. Set in early spring, the race courses includes covered bridges, family farms, and rural villages along the many challenging backcountry roads that traverse Southern Washington County, New York. See full details
LARAC June Arts Festival
The 45th Annual Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council (LARAC) June Arts Festival returns to Downtown Glens Falls' City Park on June 18 and 19, 2016.
The June Arts Festival is one of the premier summer events in the southern Adirondack Region, drawing crowds of 20,000. The Festival features about 200 exhibitors offering shoppers a variety of products such as jewelry, home items, food items, fine art, textiles, garden decorations, etc- the event takes place rain or shine. The festival also includes not for profit booths, arts demonstrations, children’s activities, food concessions, and live entertainment by local musicians.
The June Arts Festival is free and open to the public, 10 am-5 pm both days See full details