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Pictured here is a mural outside of Happy Jack's. The front windows were boarded up during the lockdown phase of the Covid-19 pandemic and a mural was begun by local artist Tom Prow.

Pictured here is Pita Pit, which stands on the north side of Garrison Road. This building operated as a Kentucky Fried Chicken in the 1980s.

Pizza Hut was built and next to McDonald's on Garrison Road, operating from 1990 to 1996. Later, it became a shoe store and eventually stood vacant.

Pictured here is Artemis on the north side Garrison Road. Previously, this building operated as a Burger King.

Pictured here is the vacant lot at the corner of Central Avenue and Garrison Road where Keystone Kelly's once stood. The building stood vacant for many years before its eventual demolition. At the time of this picture, a high-rise condominium was…

During the acute phase of the Covid 19 pandemic, the Ontario government prohibited gatherings of more than five people and restaurants could serve only takeout/delivery/drive thru. Pictured here is a notice at Southsides on Niagara Boulevard that…

During the acute phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, bars and restaurants were ordered to shut down except for those that offered takeout, delivery or drive-thru service. Some restaurants did close their doors entirely, depending on circumstance.…

Pictured here is a sign advertising new management for what will be known as the Cook Top Diner. This building has housed a number of other businesses including the Royal Town Diner and Fort Erie Burger. A gas station once stood on its spot at the…

During the Covid-19 pandemic, the provincial government required restaurants to offer only take out, delivery or drive thru in order to stay open. Pictured here is a sign in the window of Green Acres, noting this measure.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses such as restaurants, modified how they do business in order to keep their doors open. Pictured here is a note posted in the window at Green Acres, advising customers of their temporary move to take out only.

Pictured here is M&J Restaurant, which stands on the south side of Garrison road in a building with two other businesses. This restaurant once did business as M&J Drive-In before being taken over by Angelo and Tula Stromboulis in 1984.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, bars and restaurants were closed to regular businesses and could only operate if they offered take out, delivery or drive-thru options. Pictured here is Chuck's Road House on the south side of Garrison Road bearing a…
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