See & Do

Smalleys Inn

Originally built in 1837, the Inn was taken over and reestablished by James Smalley in 1852 as an inn, tavern and restaurant. One hundred and sixty years later, it’s still the place to be in the small town of Carmel.

57 Gleneida Ave.
Carmel, NY 10512

Eat

Carmel Diner

Located next door to Smalleys Inn, this northeast diner fights the towns hunger 24 hours a day, so the staff here is well aware of the crowd that come out of Smalleys after closing time. Stop in for diner fare literally any hour of the day.

63 Gleneida Ave.
Carmel, NY 10512

See & Do

Reed Memorial Library

With panoramic views of Lake Gleneida, the Reed Memorial Library is the perfect place to study, research or just enjoy some government-sponsored Internet access.

1733 West U.S. 6
Carmel, NY 10512

Eat

Down the Hatch Restaurant

Just a 30-minute drive from Carmel, NY, this lakefront restaurant is a favorite summertime hangout for local boaters and people-watchers alike. Take your flip-flops to the patio bar or dress it up for the dining room

292 Candlewood Lake Rd Brookfield, CT 06804