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The Magazine of the Mountains


"A great taste of the Long Lake, might be easy to miss, but you shouldn't. It transports New York City deli treats, like pastrami piled high on rye to the Adirondack shore."


The Lakeside Knoshery

has been a local icon since 2003. Just down the street from the beach, it has a menu that offers more than what seems possible. It’s like a Big Apple deli with eye-pleasing views.  Pastrami, Corned Beef, Roast Beef, Carnegie Turkey Breast, Lox (and much, much more)  fill their handcrafted sandwiches with the taste of Old Time NY.

Sip gourmet coffees and a variety of expressos,

lattes and cappuccinos on the shore front.

The real fruit puree, and espresso/mocha smoothies are a

Summertime Blizzard in a Cup

for the whole family.  

Visit with owners Janet and Capt'n Marty, and they will regale you with stories and local lore. The perfect place to stop and get a quick and delicious meal. Many folks enjoy chatting with the owner, and they always point out that the highlight of their stop is the uniqueness of it all.

Long Lake Boat Tours are offered at 11AM and 2PM from the docking area adjacent to the Knoshery.  



Brooklyn, New York

Reviewed August 8, 2017

Knoshery Nosh, Oh My Gosh!

Love this place. Beautiful setting, delicious choices, & friendly and warm service as you order and wait for your food at the little window. Can't go wrong with any menu item and it all tastes better as you nosh by the lake and leisurely take in the sights. Lovely seating area is available, whether you prefer being protected or out in the open. In the mood for a snack, meal, or perhaps just a freshly brewed iced tea? Don't bypass The Knoshery; it's a Long Lake gem!


Buffalo, New York

Reviewed November 4, 2016 via mobile

Best Latkes, Ever!

We always stop at the Noshery when we visit Long Lake! Their service is SLOW but worth the wait. Be sure to try the latkes (potato pancakes)!!!

Neil G

Reviewed September 4, 2016

Jewish Food in the Adirondacks

This is the last kind of eatery one expects in the Adirondacks. Maybe in the Catskills 40 years ago but not here. Pastrami? Knishes? Latkes? Yes, yes, yes. And excellent quality in such a pleasant setting. You can take out or eat at the picnic tables overlooking beautiful Long Lake. If they only had Dr. Brown's cream soda. Sigh.



Alexandria, Virginia

Reviewed July 29, 2017 via mobile

Believe It or Knot

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.

Janette R

Memphis, Tennessee

Reviewed July 12, 2017

Well Named

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.

Uta C

New York City, New York

Reviewed April 9, 2017

What a pleasant surprise...

I grew up with Manhattan Jewish food, so I know what good is. This little place is an oasis in the Adirondacks. Everything on the extensive menu is truly authentic, from the pastrami, corned beef and Carnegie Deli turkey breast to the smoked salmon, bagels and knishes. The place is run by a husband and wife who has a lusious English accent. Her husband has a story for everything. Nice to eat by the lake. Don't miss it.


Andover, Massachusetts

Reviewed August 4, 2016

New York City Nosh in the Adirondacks!

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!

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