Nicola’s doesn’t look like much from the outside outside, but inside the warm décor makes you feel like you‘re in Italy. Even though the owner and manager have a reputation for being rude, the wait staff is friendly, prompt and always available. The menu can be hit or miss, but stick with the Italian classics and you won’t be disappointed. The calamari fritti is a delicious appetizer and any of the pasta dishes are worth-while.
Unique twists on pub-style favorites and a killer bar.
With unique twists on pub-style favorites and a killer bar, The Cottage is a perfect place to unwind with a drink and some good food. Make sure to sit at the outside bar or get a table overlooking the lake and mountains, which give the place a decidedly Adirondack feel. Start off by selecting something from their weekly special drink menu that runs from 5 to 7 p.m. Make sure to catch taco Tuesday where you can chow down on a great taco bar and get four-dollar pints of Cuervo Gold margaritas.
The Mirror Lake Inn offers a straight-forward approach to luxury. No hippy-dippy business.
The salon and spa at Mirror Lake Inn aims to achieve beauty through balanced living. None of the hippie-dippy stuff for them. Instead, customers can expect a refreshing take on how to live a balanced life full of good food, healthy fun, rest, and plenty of personal time. Choose from a slate of body treatments, massages, and facials. Try out their signature Adirondack maple sugar body scrub, which taps into the natural richness of local maple sugar allowing you to experience a hydrating and re-mineralizing full body exfoliation. The result? The smoothest skin ever.
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