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Lake Placid Lodge’s Artisans Restaurant is at 144 Lodge Way, in Lake Placid, New York, in the Adirondack Park, a 6-million-acre state park that encompasses some of the most stunning mountain vistas and extensive waterways in the country. This High Peaks town has long been a vacationers’ hot spot and was even the backdrop for the 1932 Olympic Winter Games. After Lake Placid hosted the Winter Games in 1980, this little village achieved all-season resort-town status, drawing Olympic revelers as well as skiers, hikers, golfers, bikers and boaters.
Three miles from the village’s bustling Main Street, Lake Placid Lodge is surrounded by forest and tucked along the shoreline of Lake Placid, where guests can expect privacy and peace. From this Forbes Travel Guide Four Star restaurant, inside the Adirondack Great Camp–style hotel, guests can enjoy extraordinary views of the lake, the undeveloped shoreline and the iconic Whiteface Mountain.