Our Renowned Restaurant at Geneva On The Lake
Taste culinary expertise from our kitchen, featuring exceptional farm-fresh ingredients, herbs grown in our own garden, and perfectly paired Finger Lakes wines. Savor the quiet intimacy and unmatched hospitality in our candlelit dining room or on The Terrace overlooking the restored formal gardens and Seneca Lake. Relax, unwind, and experience the enchantment of Lancellotti’s, our acclaimed restaurant at Geneva On The Lake, in the heart of New York’s Wine Region.
Mon. – Sat. 8 – 10 a.m. & Sun. 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
(price not included)
Served most evenings
(except during special events)
Room Service or Take-Out Available
For Tables of 7 or more, a 20% Gratuity will be added. For room service, 20% gratuity will be added. Please Inform Server of any dietary needs or food allergies. Note though, that in preparing dishes, even with great care, trace amounts could be present without our knowledge. *Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness. Menu subject to change.
ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.
Please call 315-789-7190.
The Terrace will open for dining in warmer weather, warmed with heaters to keep you toasty on chilly evenings.
Suggested Dinner Attire —
A coat and tie or collared shirt for men. Ladies' attire comparable.
“Located just a few hours from New York City, this luxurious European-style vacation resort welcomes weary urban dwellers with more than just a quiet place to unwind. The property, situated in the heart of the Finger Lakes district, also has spectacular views of Seneca Lake. The scenery is especially lovely from the Lancellotti Dining Room, and the food is especially delicious.”
– Bon Appetit
“The food is extraordinarily good.”
– Bon Appetit
“One of the world’s most beautiful inns.”
– Brides Magazine
“Geneva On The Lake is a charming inn, with beautiful grounds, a 70-foot pool and an excellent view of Seneca Lake…the suites are luxurious…and are furnished with Stickley furniture.”
– Wine Spectator
“Central New York is having a golden culinary moment, with an abundance of home cooks and restaurant chefs who know how to coax the best from the local cheese, produce and fish.”
– The New York Times
“The region has emerged as the most important enological and culinary destination in the Eastern United States.”
– Michael Turback, Food Writer