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There are few things more satisfying than enjoying a great meal with an equally great view. From Glens Falls to the Adirondacks, there are many restaurants with spectacular views that are definitely worth a road trip. Here are nine of them to get you started...
Roedel Companies recently announced a new addition to its Hotel Saranac renovation project: a warm and welcoming dining experience that will appeal to both visitors and locals!

When done right, the martini is a timeless, classic drink that can showcase a bartender's skills and knowledge of delectable flavor combinations. It's only fitting, then, that the drink gets its own day of recognition. That's right, June 19 is National Martini Day! To celebrate, we tracked down two of the Adirondacks' best martinis to give you a glimpse at the pinnacle of beverage perfection.

Editor's Note, June 26, 2015, 8:30 AM: Bodette's Barbecue's Grand Opening has been rescheduled for Thursday, July 16. We have updated the article to reflect this new date.

If you have a hankering for a barbecue sandwich or a rack of ribs, you'll be thrilled to learn about one of Ticonderoga's newest businesses. Bodette's Barbecue will be having a Grand Opening Celebration on July 16, and if you stop by, you can get a great deal on some of Bodette's fare!

Photo Credit: barbecue ribs via photopin (license)
Paul Smith's College is proud to present the opening of their new restaurant, The Palm! The new restaurant offers a wide variety of mouth-watering dishes.
The Crab Shack is the name of the newly renovated dining establishment at Maple Ridge Park in Crown Point. This replaces the RV Park's former family restaurant in favor of a more casual snack bar but with a twist.
Garnet Hill Lodge is now owned by Don Preuninger and Mindy Piper, and Don gives us the scoop on the old and the new at this Adirondack Inn. The four season lodge rests on historical property, located in North River, New York. Built in 1936, it was originally conceived as an Adirondack Camp retreat for artists.   In the past, the area was known for garnet mining and logging. Today, Garnet Hill Lodge is a premier cross country ski resort with endless acres of trails, meadows and mountains, waiting to be explored.