Nestled on a brook in the small hamlet of Hague, at the Northern end of Lake George, the Hague Firehouse Restaurant offers casual American dining and fresh creative cuisine from Chef David Cioppa.

Owners Sheri DeLarm and Crispin Ginn transformed what was once an old firehouse into a contemporary restaurant space with a large refurbished bar and a wall of glass that opens to an outdoor terrace overlooking the brook. A nod to the building's former life is seen through the restaurant's industrial decor.

get fired up!








9813 Graphite Mountain Road
Hague, NY 12836


closed for the season

reopening in May, 2016




Parking is available in 2 lots above and below the restaurant on route 8


The Hague Firehouse Restaurant is 0.2 miles from the junction of routes 8 & 9N in Hague, NY on beautiful Lake George.

If travelling on Route 9N, turn onto Route 8 and go a mere 0.2 miles. The Hague Firehouse Restaurant is on your right.

Parking is available in 2 parking lots located above and below the restaurant on Route 8. 

BOATERS: You can dock at the Hague Public Dock and take a short walk up Route 8!

Please be considerate of our neighbors when departing after dark; happy voices carry in a quiet small town.

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Call (518) 543–6266
Reservations are encouraged but not required.

All reservations are held for 15 minutes.


Private parties

The Hague Firehouse Restaurant is available for private parties. Please contact us for more information. 



Chef David Cioppa

Proprietors Sheri DeLarm and Crispin Ginn welcome back Chef David Cioppa, an acclaimed chef with over 20 years experience.

In 2013, Chef David Cioppa came to the Firehouse mid-season and fell in love with the town, Lake George, and its people, and he decided he had to come back and spread his love of the area and food. His passion for food is self-driven with a goal of creating a great tasting and fun, creative experience for his co-workers and his guests. David grew up in Canada and discovered his passion for cooking as a child by cooking for his family of six brothers and sisters. His love for food grew with culinary stints in hotels, french bistros, and fine dining in Ottawa, Canada while getting his culinary training in the Algonquin College Culinary Arts Program.

He moved to NYC in 2000 to advance his culinary experience and worked at three-star restaurants, such as Picholine and Soho Grand Hotel. He was Executive Chef at the Chequit Inn in the North Fork of Long Island, NY followed by work at the Windfall Restaurant and Lounge in midtown Manhattan. Asked about his specialty, he says, "my specialty is cooking all kinds of foods that take you on a tour of many regions of the world, emphasizing fun, delicious, accessible dishes using local, seasonal, and sustainable ingredients. I try not to limit myself to a specific cuisine." 

Chef David has great plans for an exciting season using local, seasonal products from the Lake George region. He hopes you will join us for an amazing time at the Firehouse this year!