Nestled in the greens of the Crystal Springs Resort, Restaurant Latour offers an elegant space to spend the evening while gorging on tantalizing American fares. The executive chef Timothy Fischer loves surprising his guests with a new menu every season, to highlight the time's best ingredients. Their wine cellar, housing over 9,000 wine brands, have won accolades by Wine Spectator. If you have a hitch in selecting the best wine to complement your food, sommelier Suzanna Lerescu and her assistant Samantha Shaw are always ready to help you out. Guests can enjoy a prix fixe meal at USD125.
A gem of a restaurant in Milford, hidden away in the notable Hotel Fauchere, The Delmonico restaurant serves American and French cuisine. The restaurant has been guided by a pioneering American culinary past and is determined to achieve nothing short of perfection in terms of the food served. Taste the home-made array of cheeses, delicate foie gras and absolutely divine sweetbreads. Having been recognized for its stellar wine collection, Delmonico creates a dining experience that is fulfilling in all aspects.
Cliff’s Homemade Ice Cream has been serving up authentic, homemade ice cream in a variety of fascinating flavors in 11 soft serve and 60 hand-dipped variations. Cliff's has been around since 1975, and is something of a local institution. Interesting flavors on to choose from include the Sambuca Bean, Smurf, Butter Beer, Holy Cannoli to name just a few. Next time you're in the area, you can stop by to try one of their towering soft serve cones, it's sure to satisfy the even the most avid ice cream lover. They also do cater, for additional information, visit the website or give them a call.
The wooden flooring, cream-colored walls, plants and framed pictures adorning these walls give Fogwood + Fig a warm and welcoming feel. The major draw of this place lies in its vibrant menu that includes highlights such as Flirty Burger, Alice's BLT, Waikiki Burger, Potato Salad with Fresh Dill, Chocolate Pudding Cup and many more.
If you needed another reason to visit the Seneca Lake, you might just have it in Andre's. The restaurant is located right next to the lake and has a patio where you can have a quiet, romantic meal. The menu centers on French cuisine with an Asian twist. Relish dishes such as moo shu duck with scallion crepe, roasted plum cake with cinnamon crumble, fine cheeses, or you can simply let Chef Andre surprise you with a daily tasting menu. Alba Vineyard wines and house-made sodas are also available, or you can bring your own favorite wine or beer.
Overlooking Lake Mohawk, St. Moritz is reminiscent of a country in Europe. Its classy, vintage vibe makes it also one of the best places in town to celebrate special occasions. Specializing in wood-grilled fare that's a take on both American and European classics, they procure fresh ingredients from local food producers. Children have a separate menu as well. Head to the bar for happy hours daily or for some live music on Fridays and Saturdays. You can be sure of a pleasant dining experience at St. Moritz.