Diamond Point is a hamlet in Warren County, New York, United States. The community is located along the western shore of Lake George and New York State Route 9N 3.9 miles (6.3 km) north-northeast of the village of Lake George. Diamond Point has a post office with ZIP code 12824, which opened on September 6, 1877.
Things to do in Diamond Point
4.5 based on 185 reviews
Located at 3735 Main Street in Warrensburg, NY, we proudly serve some of the best food and coldest beer in the Adirondacks and have done so for the past 25 years. We pride ourselves in offering great food at reasonable prices in a comfortable, family-friendly environment.From juicy burgers and paninis to fresh salads and homemade soups to choice-cut steaks and fresh seafood, there's truly something for everyone. And don't forget to let George Henry's plan your next celebration or event! Reserve a few tables or book the entire establishment and let us take away your party-planning worries! We'll present you with as many options as possible to provide a party that will wow your guests without breaking the bank! Need to host a party at your house? George Henry's also provides off-site catering!
To be honest I have only been to Warrensburg on minimal occasions. My friend invited me up to see her new town and we visited George Henry`s. What a delight, small pub atmosphere with awesome service and incredible menu. The spinach dip appetizer was definitely...MoreThank you for the kind words and excellent review John! We love surprising customers! Please introduce yourself on your next visit!
4.5 based on 91 reviews
We tried this place because it was across the street from our hotel. We had heard good things and were told that it was connected to another good place in Bolton's Landing (Cates). We arrived in time for Happy Hour and enjoyed drinks while reviewing the menu. We ended up having the Philadelphia Cheese Steak, Prime Rib, a burger and chicken. All were very good.
4.5 based on 241 reviews
Great Pastries Baked Goods And Best Cookies Anywhere
On our recent trip to Lake George,we were very lucky to find this place. Yes they are a very busy place. We made two trips to this bakery while we were in town. The second time was when we were leaving to come back home. Wow did we load up. Growing up in Queens NY we had bakeries like this all over town. Sadly, they are all gone. My favorite were the cinnamon buns. Took home 3 boxes. They did not last. If you are in Lake George make sure you stop in !
4.5 based on 141 reviews
Great meals and service in a comfortable casual atmosphere.
8 of us made a reservation on Mon July 3. We were so very happy to find this restaurant open on Monday of the holiday week. The food was great. However, the restaurant ran out of clams for some of their seafood dishes and the also ran out of parmesan cheese for their pasta dishes. Other then those 2 annoyances, the meal was great. The welcome basket of breads and honey butter was very tasty. We had a vegan in our group and although the choices were limited, the pasta primavera was full of nice veggies. The Shepards Pie was delicious and the Brisket Pie had large chunks if meat in it. The roasted chicken was a nice offering on the kids menu but fries would have been a better choice for kids rather than the rice. Everyone was happy with the French Onion Soup. We love coming to Lizzie Keays and we will be back.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
We went here a few times during the week stay. The ice cream was good, but the peanut butter cookies were awesome!! They make a good iced coffee too.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
Start with the Montrechet cheese appetizer and you'll know you are in for a great dining experience. Veal Scallopini was superb and the venison was done to perfection - although a little less gamey tasting than some might expect. Service was very good and the atmosphere was very pleasant. Would not hesitate to recommend The Grist Mill as a go-to place for fine dining.
4.5 based on 293 reviews
The Lake George Steamboat Company was incorporated in 1817 to operate steamboats on Lake George, New York. It is the oldest company in the Lake George region. The Lake George Steamboat Company currently operates three boats: The Minne-Ha-Ha, the Mohican II, which has been in continuous service for over 100 years and is the oldest passenger vessel in the United States, and the Lac Du Saint Sacrement, the largest and most luxurious of the three. You can choose from hour long cruises to a full length trip of the lake. Join us for lunch or dinner cruises, fireworks cruises, moonlight with entertainment cruises or simple sightseeing cruises.
This was a relaxing getaway ... long enough to enjoy the breeze, get a nice look at the shoreline and see four other steamboats making their way up the lake... and also got a very close look at five of the para-gliders as they passed very near us.
The speakers were located at various points throughout the boat, and on different levels, but have to say... from our seat, top deck and very near the stern... we could only catch occasional words or phrases of the Captain's tour.
If you're depending on that info for a pop-quiz on Lake George, find a better seat with less noise and distractions... but if you just want a really lovely view of the water, shoreline, other boats and a breeze, it was a great way to spend part of our day in Lake George.
The boat was equipped with a bar (lots of beer flowing), as well as a variety of snacks (popcorn, ice cream) and a cute little souvenir shop.
What I liked most, though, was the fact that there is a cute little setup before you board where they snap a casual photo of your party and the photo package is available for purchase by the time the boat docks an hour later.
A little pricey...? Sure. A really nice souvenir...? You bet! It's a great memento of our trip, with the date already added to the photo, and including a frame representing the boat... and the pictures are available in more than one size... as well as the option (for an additional fee) to buy the digital rights so you can download from the internet and send copies to as many family & friends as you wish.
We've done this twice before, and one of those casual snapshots is dated more than fifteen years ago, and includes my parents ... both of whom have since passed away. That casual snapshot is a treasured reminder of a great day we all spent together... so, yeah, worth every penny!
4.5 based on 208 reviews
May also be called A&W Drive-In
Brought back childhood memories. Root beer floats, car hops, and nostalgia! This is first A and W. Always good time!
4.5 based on 80 reviews
The food was really good the duck and the sword fish was outstanding. The salad to start was a meal in its self. The only draw back was that it took for ever to get seated and we never really knew when it was going to happen otherwise it was a good place in Warrensburg.
4.5 based on 495 reviews
We specialize in coffee roasting. Best espresso beverages presented with free pour latte art! We proud ourselves in delivering the best product around. We make our own bagels and baked goods, including doughnuts. Delicious and fast breakfast and lunch you can enjoy next to the beautiful real wood fireplace. Breakfast and lunch served until 3 pm.
We had yelped a decent breakfast spot near our hotel and Cafe Vero kept coming up at the top. Their mocha was fabulous as was the hot chocolate with whipped cream. The homemade Breads and pastries were delicious and my son especially liked the banana filled pancakes. Great prices good service in a pleasant atmosphere. I would definitely recommend for a family breakfast.
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