The Mirror Lake Inn in Lake Placid, N.Y. will be host to the Adirondack Festival of Food and Wine from March 31 – April 3. The 6th annual event will feature the theme “Elegant International Street Foods,” and will integrate international cuisine with locally grown Adirondack food.
There will be wine tastings, seminars, interactive food demonstrations, a 7-course dinner, cooking competitions and more. It truly sounds like an amazing food festival that has Adirondack charm with world flare. It’s even been mentioned in The New York Times.
The Inn is offering a variety of options for the festival. A complete festival pass, which includes all events, tastings, dinners and three nights at the Inn is $1,595 per couple, or $265 per person per day. A two night festival pass, which includes Friday’s grand tasting, a 7-course dinner on Saturday, the champagne brunch on Sunday and two nights at the Inn is $1,325 per couple, or $332 per person, per day.
The four-day festival sounds like a blast, especially to have the chance to network with foodies, wine enthusiasts and others from across the world. I’m really bummed I can’t make it. Although I may inquire about just the Saturday night events, because I would love to take some photos of the event and share them with all of you.
If you go, and you have some extra time, make sure you check out some of my Lake Placid favorites:
– Do a tasting at the Goose Watch Winery tasting room.
– Grab a bite to eat at the Great Adirondack Brewing Company.
– Have a beer at the Lake Placid Pub and Brewery.
– If you have a dog, stop by Jake Placid Doghouse and pick up some fresh baked treats.
We’d also love for you to share any photos from the event on our Facebook page!