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It's National Vodka Day! Come have a vodka martini at the Village Blacksmith Steakhouse bar. Happy Hour is 4-6! See you there!!
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Adirondack Nationals Car Show 2013
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FIREWORKS TONIGHT!! The FWH back lawn is the prime spot to take in the show. Convenient parking for just $10 for non-hotel guests. The Veranda Bar is right there for a cold beverage. No need to walk a half mile like one of the herd. The best view of the lake and the best view of the fireworks!
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Village Blacksmith Steakhouse Dinner Specials for the Week:

APPETIZERS
-- Lobster Bisque - $4.00
-- Steamed Clams - $6.00  --  Sam and Clams - $9.00

ENTREES
-- 4 Hamburger Sliders with beer-battered onion petals - $10.95
-- Grilled Atlantic Salmon - Citrus Marinated, Pineapple Mango Salsa, Rice Pilaf - $19.95
-- Alaskan Snow Crab Legs - 3 clusters of Alaskan Snow Crab Legs, Drawn Butter, Rice, Vegetable Du Jour - $19.95
-- Prime Rib of Beef au Jus - Queen Cut $22.95/ King Cut $26.95
-- Steak for 2 - 36 oz Grilled Beef Ribeye Chop, Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Vegetable Du Jour - $50.00
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CHEF TONY SAID "PRIME RIB EVERY DAY!" People have been loving Tony's Prime Rib so much on Fridays and Saturdays that he has decided to offer it every day of the week! Queen Cut $22.95/ King Cut $26.95.
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Do you like ghosts and spirits? Are you interested in the paranormal? If yes, then we have a really cool weekend planned for you on October 18-20. The first Intuitive Development and Paranormal Weekend will feature psychic mediums, spiritualists and paranormal investigators. Workshops and activities will teach you how to develop your intuitive side and you will learn how spirits speak to us from the other side. Click this link to learn more and sign up!! 
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Welcome Adirondack Nationals Car Show!!! $10 for a wristband that gets you in all weekend. Fireworks on Saturday!
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The news is out! The Fort William Henry Corporation is in the early stages of developing an on-site craft distillery which will use locally sourced grain. The plan is to create vodka and gin at first, then whiskey and rum later on. We will have more to tell this fall.
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There's still room for you at our HAWAIIAN LUAU PARTY! This Sunday at 5 pm on the tree deck. We're getting a great response from our ads on WEQX so you'd better make your reservations NOW! Just $18.95 per person. A gigantic luau buffet, Bud Light specials and more. Call 518-964-6628 to make reservations!
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NIGHTLY DINNER SPECIALS for the Village Blacksmith Steakhouse:
Napoli Platter -- Lasagna Bolognese, Meatballs and Chicken Parmesan
$15.95

Maine Lobster Roll -- Hand Cut Fries, Vinegar Cole Slaw -- $15.95

Tuscan Grilled NY Sirloin Steak -- Topped with Roasted Garlic, Roasted Tomatoes, Roasted Red Peppers, Carmalized Shallots and parmesan crust, roasted fingerling potatoes -- $24.95

Prime Rib of Beef au Jus -- Queen Cut $22.95/ King Cut $26.95

Steak for Two -- 38 oz Bone in Grilled Ribeye Steak
Fingerling Potatoes, Vegetable du Jour, Port Wine Demi Glace - $50.00
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This week's Village Blacksmith Steakhouse Specials
APPETIZERS
Steamed Littleneck Clams - $6/Dozen
Sam & Clams - 1 Pint of Summer Sam Adams & 1 Dozen Littleneck Clams -- $9/Dozen
Baja Fish Tacos -- $2 each/Platter of 4 with Spanish rice $10
ENTREES
Beef Stroganoff - Braised Beef, Pearl Onions, Mushroom and Sour Cream over Egg noodles - $16.95
Grilled Atlantic Swordfish - Pineapple Mango Salsa, Coconut and Cilantro Hawaiian Purple Stick Rice - $22.95
Tuscan Grilled Ribeye - Topped with Roasted Garlic, Roasted Tomatoes, Roasted Red Peppers, Carmalized Shallots and parmesan crust, roasted fingerling potatoes - $24.95
Prime Rib of Beef au Jus - Queen Cut $22.95/ King Cut $26.95
Blacksmith Surf and Turf - Queen Cut Prime Rib and 2 Alaskan Snow Crab Clusters, Au jus and Drawn Butter - $28.95
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48 Canada St Lake George, NY 12845
48 Canada StreetUSNew YorkLake George12845
(518) 668-3081fortwilliamhenry.com
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The Fort William Henry Hotel & Conference Center is a historic Adirondack hotel located on an 18-acre estate spanning the southern shore at the head of Lake George. A stunning location features beautifully landscaped grounds and world-class views of the many islands of Lake George and the surrounding Adirondack mountains in Upstate New York. One of the few area resorts that is open year-round, the Fort William Henry Hotel & Conference Center offers upscale lodging accommodations with the perfect mix of historical elegance and today’s conveniences. There are three unique buildings to choose from - the traditional grace of the Grand Hotel – offering suites as well as fireplace and Jacuzzi rooms - to the comfort and convenience of the Premium East wing and Standard West motel rooms, all of our accommodations enjoy access to our extensive amenities, including an indoor pool with sauna and Jacuzzi, Olympic-size outdoor pool, several unique shops & boutiques, and three superb restaurants all on resort grounds. We also offer 16,500 square feet of flexible meeting space for meetings and conferences from 10 to 300 or more people. Our world-class view of Lake George makes the Fort William Henry a popular spot for destination weddings and reunions.
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Ben Trachtenberg
4 months ago
I came to stay at this hotel and within hours of them swiping my credit card there were unauthorized charges adding up to over $1000 billed to my account. Mind you I hadnt used my card anywhere else when this happened. When I called the management to let them know about the incident, they denied any possible fault on their end and they didnt even bother to apologize or reconcile the matter. If you dont mind having your credit card information sold to the highest bidder, then by all means, make a reservation at this hotel. It's a real steal. Literally
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David Levesque
7 months ago
I had the pleasure of providing photo booth services at Kerry and Paul's Wedding this weekend at Fort William Henry. The staff was excellent to work with. Jim made the load in and set up space very easy for me. I look forward to more photobooth fun at Fort William Henry!
Diane ossowski
9 months ago
I would never stay there again. I booked 2 rooms and asked that the rooms would be close. One was on the first floor and one was on the fifth. I paid $350 for a suite that had a hard couch that was at least 30 years old and closet doors that were coming off the track. The sink was clogged. I was told I had a mountain view. What I got was a view of the parking lot. We waited an hour after ordering breakfast and the food was not worth the money. The attitude of the non-tipping staff was "I could care less." I asked for a receipt when I checked out but they said I could not have one since I booked through Expedia.
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Jon La Joy
12 months ago
The service was great here. We attended a wedding here and the service was astounding...breathtaking...Room service was awesome. The hotel staff courteous and hospitable. The only bug I had is that when I used their business center, their computer was outdated, there was only one, and although there was a printer in the room, the computer wasn't able to open let alone print the pdf documents that I needed to print in order to take my family out to dinner. The front desk was able to have us email them the pdf file but it took over an hour to get this done. The business center is in need of a overhaul. The only thing stopping me from 5 starring them.
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Sara Mannix
a week ago
Yesterday, we held a one day training conference at the conference center with about 130 people attending. Included in our conference was lunch, we chose the "Taste of Southwest Buffet" and it was really excellent . Everything went incredibly well, the staff was fantastic and took care of every need including adding a/v equipment and more space as we had a few more attendees show up at the last minute.
Sydney Anselmo
2 months ago
The Hotel and Facility is very nice. Our room was nice as well and the staff on site was very nice and accommodating.
Katrina House
11 months ago
There were four couples that were on this trip in four different rooms. Couple #1 had their toilet flood the room within the first couple of hours. They got moved. Then that night there was a huge rain storm that poured water in through the vent and flooded the room. They were moved a second time. Couple #2 had someone drilling in the walls that day and that night had a skunk outside their room and the smell permeated through the air conditioner. The second day couple #1 were bitten in their room by a deer tick. Couple #3 found bugs in their room. All four couples were moved to different rooms in the main part of the hotel on the second day of their trip. The employees that they tried to get to help them had an attitude. They had to see the owner to get anything accomplished. On the first night their meal was at a restaurant called The Blacksmith, which was part of the hotel. The food was sub-par at best. A tough steak, overcooked chicken, overcooked ribs, a honey mustard dressing for a salad that turned out to be super spicy and a chef that didn't want to make a baked potato. None of these couples would recommend staying there or will they themselves stay there again.
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Joe Alvino
a year ago
This place was horrible. Beautiful location and lots of history are not what we left here remembering, but rather the poor service, subpar attitudes of the employees, and the dirty rooms. Mold lines the showers from bottom to top, carpeting in need of a good deep cleaning (somedays housekeeping just didn't show up, despite having their cart set up in the hall way all day), and management in need of basic customer service skills training all added up to a horrible experience. Lake George is a beautiful area, and there are plenty of areas worth staying that will appreciate your business, and treat you accordingly. This is not one of them.
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