We hate to brag, but The Silo has a reputation for being one of the best places for breakfast and lunch in Upstate New York! Travelers passing through the Adirondack region and locals who live just around the corner will all tell you that The Silo has great food at very affordable prices. Everything from our Famous Large Omelets to our Silo Original deli sandwiches are a sure to please! Don’t stop there though, our breakfast and lunch menus have something for everyone! Breakfast items are served 7am to 3pm, and lunch items are served from 11am to 3pm.
The breakfast was excellent and our waitress was great and very friendly! The ladies working in the gift shop were also very friendly and I enjoyed talking to them. The Silo knows what good customer service is all about.
Excellent service. Didnt wait long for delicious food at affordable prices. Serving sizes are massive. Just had my first vist and will definitely be back very soon. Had the southerner and it was to die for on top of that the home fries were some of the best id ever had highly recommend this place without a single negative thing to say about it.
Best breakfast near Lake George and even if there is a wait you can find the best country gifts or gadgets to browse through. Makes me hungry just thinking about!!!
We're from Indiana. My niece and I had breakfast at The SIlo this morning. It was FABULOUS! The service was excellent. The waitress was very friendly. I would recommend this place to anyone! Thank you.
This barn constructed in 1982 some real history.
Our Silo was actually uprooted and transported to its current location from a farm in nearby Saratoga County and the two barns were raised shortly thereafter.
The original 14-by-35-foot silo was used to house corn on a Gansevoort farm before a local man (and owner) Harry Troelstra repurposed it along with two local barns that had fallen into disrepair. Troelstra was involved in the reconstruction from beginning to end. A crane loaded the silo onto a flatbed trailer, and the two 19th century barns (one from Saratoga County, one from Washington County) were disassembled and cut to size. Soon, they would all be together in Queensbury for a new purpose. The silo was reconstructed with the two barns built up around it in 1982, and The Silo Country Store was born. At first, there was just a small area for breakfast and lunch, but as the popularity of its food grew, The Silo saw a series of changes to make room for more dining space, and the name officially became The Silo Restaurant and Country Store.