Rising from the ash, the almost-200-year-old Farmer’s Creekside Tavern & Inn has been fully restored and expanded after a fire nearly destroyed it in 2004.
Standing proud and tall at One Main Street, Le Roy, the building that houses Farmer’s has a long and rich history.
Built in the 1820s, it was one of the first structures in Le Roy, serving as a hat factory, several private homes including Senator Percy Hooker and Doctors Cleveland Knoll, prior to becoming a restaurant.
But in 2004, a fire devastated the building and nearly claimed it for good. Enter Bill Farmer. In 2007, he purchased the structure and spent the next 10 years making a labor of love. With its doors finally open, Farmer’s has made itself a must-visit for groups of all sizes.
Address1 Main St
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