The original Shamus Restaurant was opened in 1950 in Lockport and has remained one of the finest restaurants in the region ever since, serving upscale pub fare in a charming historic home. Snag a seat at the CopperTop Tap Room, which surely has some stories to tell.
Since 1939, this family-owned breakfast spot near the Niagara Falls City Market has been dishing up hearty omelets, stacks of pancakes and French toast to hungry regulars. You’ll feel just like a local at this welcoming eatery!
Carl Platter began his eponymous chocolate company back in 1938, crafting his famous orange chocolate in the basement of his North Tonawanda home. Now owned by the Urban family, Platter’s recipes are still alive and well, and can be sampled at the Factory’s café and ice cream shop.
Hoover’s Dairy in Sanborn has been operating for 100 years, making and delivering farm-fresh milk, eggs, butter and other dairy products. The family restaurant offers a great opportunity to try the product in the most delicious way possible: an old-fashioned milkshake.