We read some of the reviews and were looking forward to enjoy a great meal with a view. We made reservations but was seated on the patio (felt more like a hallway) supposedly for better view.
For appetizers, we ordered tomato soup, chilies mussels, corn-on-the-cob and the farm greens. The tomato soup was too thick and tasted more like pasta sauce with puréed vegetables. The mussels were good, but the corn was burned and dry.
For main courses, we ordered cheeseburger (medium well) with fries and the pasta. The cavatelli pasta was plain and not very tasty (the smoked tomatoes were the only additions that made this an "edible" dish). The hamburger came out way undercook (with blood dripping) and the bun was very dry.
Our waitress was too busy serving the big group in the patio and never came by to check on us. When she came by to collect the dinner dshes, she asked about our dinner. She did apologize for not checking on our dinner earlier.
For desserts, we tried the chocolate and zucchini cake. The cake was very dry and crumbly. Plating was definitely not from a fine dining restaurant.
The view was excellent -- as we left the parking lot and headed north. From inside the restaurant, the view was nothing special.
Of the half dozen restaurants we visited in the Lake George area, this was neither fine dining nor worth a second visit.