551 South Transit Street
Lockport, NY 14094
Phone: (716) 434-4411
Fax: (716) 434-9649
Although this restaurant has been a landmark in Lockport for years, it is continually raising its standards to grow its already loyal clientele. Many consider the steak here to be the best in town and well worth the price. The restaurant offers specials, as well as fish and chicken for those who prefer to abstain from red meat. The service is at this attractive, cozy spot is professional and attentive, despite the tight configuration of the tables. And the bar is a fun place to gather for a relaxing drink.
Well-known chef Robert Beaulieu does his magic in the kitchen as his wife Ann greets guests at this downtown Lockport restaurant. The fabulous food has earned the restaurant an enviable reputation as among the best, if not the best in the city. Though Irish in name, the restaurant doesn't specialize in Irish offerings (except on Saint Patty's Day), but offers a wide range of contemporary cuisine, with particular emphasis on fresh vegetables and soups. Situated in a charming old building, the restaurant caters to families, romantic couples and business people.
Wagner's has a long history of serving great food and beer in a comfortable atmosphere.
Open for lunch and dinner, this restaurant offers delicious barbecue, homestyle sides and much more.
This restaurant has been popular for steaks, prime rib, and seafood for over four decades. The large, comfortable dining room features a mural of downtown Lockport from years past. An outdoor deck and patio are open during the summer months. The menu includes prime rib, steak, rack of lamb, pork chops, lamb chops, a variety of chicken dishes, ribs, and seafood including lobster, crabs, scallops and fish. Specials include a steak for two available Sunday through Thursday, a Saturday night prime rib special, and a clam special on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Fresh fish is available Thursdays and Fridays. Magician Garrett Thomas performs each Wednesday from 5:30-8:30. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This long-established Lockport eatery is located in a building made of—what else?—fieldstone. The rustic interior features a beamed ceiling. While it is easy to get to, being located along busy Transit Road, once inside, you’ll feel like you are dining in a cozy inn way out in the country. While many people think of it as a special occasion restaurant, it is actually quite reasonably priced. Some of their specialties include steak, prime rib, lobster, a seafood platter, and BBQ ribs. A soup and salad bar is included with dinner. - Christine A. Smyczynski
Enjoy traditional Italian favorites and so much more at this restaurant.
This popular family owned and operated restaurant, one of Lockport's finest, has been serving quality foods since 1975. Lunches include salads like grilled portabella mushroom salad, cobb salad, and spinach salad, along with burgers wraps, chicken fingers, sandwiches, and pastas. The dinner menu features a variety of steaks, prime rib, seafood, and Italian specialties, like veal scaloppini, chicken cacciatore, fettuccini alfredo, and homemade lasagna. Seafood dishes include lobster tails, broiled scallops, crab cakes, and salmon. The wine list features locally produced wines from the Niagara Wine Trail and other New York State wineries, as well as California and Italian wines. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This cozy spot serves classic American foods in a casual setting.
Manhattans is a very unique restaurant featuring a very large menu with very high quality fine dining items without the high fine dining prices. Their menu even includes a vegetarian section.
Ship N Shore is one place where you can savor typical American fare. Located by the shore, this place is quite popular for a quick bite. The menu has local traditional delicacies to its name along with the usual burger and fries. There is also an outdoor seating area which is much preferred in the summer. The ambiance here is very casual and perky, and the service quite efficient. Call ahead to know more.
An area landmark since 1948, this cute country restaurant features home-cooking at reasonable prices. It's known affectionately by locals as the "pig restaurant" because of the hundreds of pig-themed knickknacks that adorn the walls. Daily specials include breaded pork chops on Monday, chicken and biscuits on Tuesday, pasta on Wednesday, liver and onions and pot roast on Thursday, haddock on Friday, roast turkey and pork on Saturday and omelets, crepes, waffles, and more on Sunday. The menu features home-made soup and chili, sandwiches, and classic dinners like country fried steak and homemade meatloaf. Breakfast is served all day , and the desserts are homemade. Of special note is their L.A. cinnamon toast. Their new division, Piggy’s Pizza, features pizza, wings and more. - Christine A. Smyczynski