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“New York City Nosh in the Adirondacks!”
Review of Lakeside Knoshery

Lakeside Knoshery
Ranked #8 of 14 Restaurants in Long Lake
Price range: $4 - $15
Cuisines: Deli
Description: Al fresco on the lake. Best food in town and the only eatery on the lakeshore. Real New York City Jewish Deli Fare... Pastrami, corned beef, Reubens, Hebrew National franks, bagels, lox, whitefish salad, Coney Island Knishes, real vegetable veggie burgers, barrel cured pickles, Hahn's crumb cake, fruit puree smoothies, gourmet coffees, espresso, lattes, cappuccinos. home baked pastries and cakes...much more. Only the best. Seasonal ... July 1st thru Labor Day.
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Description: Al fresco on the lake. Best food in town and the only eatery on the lakeshore. Real New York City Jewish Deli Fare... Pastrami, corned beef, Reubens, Hebrew National franks, bagels, lox, whitefish salad, Coney Island Knishes, real vegetable veggie burgers, barrel cured pickles, Hahn's crumb cake, fruit puree smoothies, gourmet coffees, espresso, lattes, cappuccinos. home baked pastries and cakes...much more. Only the best. Seasonal ... July 1st thru Labor Day.
Reviewed August 4, 2016

A friend sent us here for a quick bite explaining that the owner, Marty, is a transplanted New Yorker (as am I). He is quite a character, but has wonderful food, strong coffee and great conversation.

Definitely recommended!

Date of visit: July 2016
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Thank SarahBG
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Reviewed May 26, 2016

This little noshery has a limited menu but what they do serve is good - sandwiches mostly. They have picnic tables where you can eat and enjoy the spectacular view. I wish they did not have the awnings. I feel very badly for the restaurant across the street which has been in town for decades. The awnings at the noshery now mean that the folks eating on the deck of the Adirondack Hotel can't enjoy the view - they only see the awnings:( They just seem out of place. Also, expect to pay top dollar.

Date of visit: August 2015
Thank bluewater25
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Reviewed August 18, 2015 via mobile

Stopped in Long Lake for lunch and found this roadside cafe that ended up being great! A little bit of a wait but food was fresh and we enjoyed watching the nearby seaplane arrive and depart. They also have a boat tour which we were sad to miss but hope to try out next summer!

Date of visit: August 2015
Thank andersbeme
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Reviewed July 29, 2015 via mobile

The exact name is Knoshery. A real Jewish deli with great prices for real quality food. Being here in Long Lake for four nights we have come to the realization this little shack on the waterfront across from the hotel Adirondack has the best food in town. The menu is not large but each selection is delicious and authentic as a NYC deli from 50 years ago. The owner gets his ingredients from the big apple somehow and the sandwiches are big. Opens at 8:30 for breakfast and closes after 6 PM. Has a lovely white open sided tent where one can sit admiring the lake and mountains.

Date of visit: July 2015
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Reviewed July 12, 2015

Food is real good and don't miss the boat tour of the lake. My husband and I took the 11 a.m. tour and then had lunch lakeside. Very nice.

Date of visit: July 2015
Thank Janette R
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