Welcome to NNY Eats! Your local guide to the best eats in the North Country!

Click below for locations, history, menus and more!

Fargo’s Family Market – Our doors are open for business! We have beer, gas, tobacco, groceries, candy, snacks and deli! Daily specials, subs, and pizza. Try our Friday Fish Fry with homemade macaroni and cheese!

the Grille at Hilton Garden Inn – Hungry? We’ve got you covered at the Grille at Hilton Garden Inn with tasty cooked-to-order breakfast and a seasonal menu of flatbreads and favorites galore, like our mouthwatering Mobley burger.

Jean’s Beans – Jean’s Beans is famous for its fish fry, freshly made salads, rolls, doughnuts and, of course, baked beans. Every item is prepared on the premises and made fresh daily, with no preservatives.

The Mustard Seed – We offer a full shopping experience to include organic and natural foods, bulk coffees, teas and much more. Stop in to see our full grocery and supplement selection!

Pearl’s Pastry Shoppe – When you walk in our doors, we treat more than just your taste buds. You’re also treated to our friendly service where you, our friends can sit and talk over coffee, donuts, pastries and more.

Ramsey’s Pizzeria – Delivering hot and fresh Pizza, calzones, subs and Wings to you everyday.

Saint Lawrence Spirits Chateau – The Château is a boutique hotel, farm to table restaurant, and home to Saint Lawrence Spirits Distillery on the banks of the St. Lawrence River with spectacular views of the Thousand Islands!

Spookhill Bar & Grill – Come to Spook Hill Bar & Grill and check out our hometown restaurant & bar!

Wing Wagon – On December 22, 1982, our doors opened… and the curious came in. Our wings are still the same as that opening day in 1982, still the same sauce recipe, still the same great taste and quality that people grew to love and remember.

Wood Boat Brewery – Wood Boat Brewery is a microbrewery located in Clayton, along the St. Lawrence River. We are conveniently located a few blocks from the downtown business district and next to the Antique Boat Museum.