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Pictured here is Central Pizza, located on Bertie and Central. The Masi family opened the restaurant in 1983. Vito Masi took over ownership in 2016. The building was previously a dry cleaner and barber shop.

Pictured here is Madison's Pub, the same pub that originally opened with the Leisureplex.

Pictured here is a vacant lot on the north side of Jarvis Street soon after the demolition of several buildings. Those buildings housed numerous businesses and organizations over the years, including J&B Pro Music, Chilly's Sports Cards and Faith in…

Pictured here is the Fort Erie Fry truck, which has done business on Jarvis Street for decades.

Pictured here is Avondale, located on the south side of Gilmore Road. Previously, the building housed McGonegal's, Red and White, and Chopper's Meat Market before becoming an Avondale in 1989.

Pictured here is a law office that once housed the Toronto Dominion Bank. It also housed a day care center.

Pictured here is Creative Dining by Angie, located on the east side of Central Avenue. Previously, this building housed the Fort Erie Times and Shirley Ann's Florist.

Listed here is the Barnea Tavern. In this picture, it appears as it would have under its last owners, the Fairgrave brothers. From the 1990s through 2000s, the Barnea had numerous owners including John Pilato, Ray Seebach and the Fairgrave brothers.

Pictured here is Carroll's Lanes, renamed Lucky Stryx in 2019. Larry Carroll owned the bowling alley from the 1960s on and retired and sold his business in the late 2010s.

Pictured here is Bridgeburg Family Restaurant which, at the time of the photo, stood at the foot of Jarvis Street. Other businesses have operated in this building, including Pastries Rene.

Pictured here is Shopper's Drug Mart which, at the time of this photo, stood in the Sobey's parking lot on the north side of Garrison Road. It once operated within the County Fair Mall, which was located on the south side of Garrison Road.

Listed here is Bridgeburg Bookstore on the north side of Jarvis Street. Annie Hall and a business partner opened it in the 1980s. Her son Morgan managed the store after her passing.
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