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- Tags: south end
Boat Ramp Closures
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.
Tags: 2020s, business, fort erie, north end, restaurants, south end, stores and businesses
Chuck's Road House
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…
Tags: 2020s, bars and restaurants, covid 19, fort erie, south end
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…
Tags: 2020s, bars and restaurants, fort erie, photos, south end
Encouraging Signs During Covid-19 Pandemic
Pictured here are plaques marking the location of Bertie Ferry Landing and indicating other ferry landing spots in town. The markers stand on the east side of Niagara Boulevard between Nicholl's Marine and Ming Teh Restaurant and directly across from…
Fort Erie South
Fort Erie South, #2
Listed here is a document pertaining to Grammy's on Princess Street, which would later become Long Shotz.
Happy Jack's Mural
King Edward Hotel
The King Edward Hotel stood on the Niagara River in the south end of town. It was one of a handful of hotels that also included taverns on the main floor and frequently catered to American visitors.
Tags: fort erie, hotels, king edward hotel, south end, undated