Keeseville is a hamlet in Clinton and Essex counties, New York, in the United States. The population was 10 at the 2010 census. The village is named after the Keese family, early settlers from Vermont. It developed along the Ausable River, which provided water power for mills and industrial development.
Things to do in Keeseville
4 based on 48 reviews
Friendly staff was very attentive. My hot open Turkey over biscuits was to die for. and the bottled Labatts beer so refreshing. I would recommend this to anyone visiting the Ausable Chasm area.
4 based on 78 reviews
Pasquale's Restaurant and Bar offers lunch and dinner, as well as happy hour specials and events in the bar. Join us to watch a game or for Tuesday Trivia night in the bar, or bring your family in for dinner. We look forward to meeting all of your dining needs!
The floor had the remnants of other people's meals scattered over it. The food was delicious and the service was great. The food on the floor with three girls working at the time was uncalled for. Any return visit is questionable because of it.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
We went for their "2 for 20" special on Monday. Chicken fajitas were done well and presented well but could have used a bit more "heat" in the spice. Beautiful views from the porch where we ate.
4 based on 12 reviews
The ice cream was absolutely fantastic - visited multiple times. The mint moose tracks was out of this world delicious! Girls running the front of the shop were very nice and sweet. Plenty of outdoor seating and pleasant surroundings despite the farm smell.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
We were excited to try this restaurant for the first time and arrived at 2:15; the hours posted say open until 2:30. Walked to the door and the woman turned the sign to "closed" and said that she "closes in 10 minutes anyway so I'm just going to close." Really? So my money is not any good? Not to mention that according to the posted hours the restaurant is open for business. Poor business practice to say the least. I had heard good things about Green Acres but due to this "visit" I will never know for myself since I will not return.
4 based on 31 reviews
We enjoyed our meal. He had the meatloaf. I had the Champlain perch, fried, but not too much. The potato soup with bacon was also good. The restaurant gets a 5 for its middle American style, its willingness to substitute potato salad for fries and giving me my free refill of ice tea "to go." The wait staff were friendly and courteous. We were en route to NYC from Montreal, and this was a slight detour in time and space. Le Bernardin should not be insulted, no comparison, but the warmth and home style equal the corner in my book.
4 based on 70 reviews
First time here. Stopped on a drive to Montreal. Had the nachos as an app. Huge tray. Excellent. Had the big kid Mac and cheese. Amazing. Buddy had tortellini. Again, wonderful. Only slight complaint, service was a little slow. Not bad, but have had faster. And someone on here complained they wouldn't cook the burger to order. They will, says on the menu. But they locally source the beef. I'm supposing there's a bit of fat content and if you cook the heck out of it, itwill lose its taste. They told ya for a reason. That's just standard knowledge of burgers.
4 based on 25 reviews
Pub food well prepared, we motored over from Burlington VT. Willsboro Bay is like a Fijord, complete with waterfall see if you can find it.Great Service, quick, plenty of slips, and an awesome beer list. Summer NY locals frequent this nifty spot!!!
4 based on 15 reviews
My wife and I stopped in for breakfast while in the area. It is a little off the path but worth it. My wife chose the Strata while I had Egg and Farm Cheese on a Bagel. Both were excellent. We were told that every they serve is local produce. They also had local items on the shelf for sale, we picked up a pure maple cream that was very good.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I go there often and I am never disappointed. Regulars flock there because the wide variety of food, great service, and fair prices make it an excellent place. The atmosphere is informal & they accept reservations. The bar area is a bit loud but fun AND you can dine in the large bar area if you prefer.
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