FREDONIA – A new restaurant is now open in the former Wing City Grille building on Route 60 across from Walmart in the Village of Fredonia.
Officials say a ribbon cutting ceremony was held Tuesday at Buddy Brewster’s Ale House, which is owned by Andrew and Amber Carlson. The Carlson’s say they decided to take advantage of the downtime this past spring from the restaurant industry shutdown to remodel the building.
“We brought in our chef from the Chop House on Main in Jamestown, Burke Lindquist, to create an amazing new menu,” Andrew Calrson said. “We offer a fresh homemade menu and a full bar including twelve draughts from local breweries.”
“We are very excited to be part of the Fredonia community and have taken extra measures to ensure the safety of our guests through these difficult times.”
Emily Aults is the General Manager of the new restaurant.
County Executive P. J. Wendel, Fredonia Mayor Doug Essek, and representatives from the Fredonia and Dunkirk Community Chambers of Commerce were on hand to help the Carlson family and staff cut a ribbon to formally open the new restaurant.
Guests can order online at www.buddybrewsters.com and pick up curbside, or can stop in. Seating in the dining room is available.
Buddy Brewster’s Ale House is open 11am to 10pm daily serving lunch and dinner.