Youngstown has a new all-day restaurant only three blocks from the entrance to Old Fort Niagara.
Youngstown Galley opened Nov. 25 at 400 Main St., the work of Rebecca Poletti, a restaurant industry veteran and owner of Mangia Cakes Bakery. Her sons still run the Marketside Restaurant next to the City Market in Niagara Falls.
Youngstown Galley's breakfast menu starts with omelets, eggs Benedict, waffles and pancakes and continues to smoked salmon with eggs and dill mustard sauce. The most expensive breakfast, steak and eggs, is $11.99.
Lunch includes salads and sandwiches like the chicken Waldorf ($7.99), chicken salad with apples and walnuts, and a grilled vegetable sandwich with eggplant, peppers and feta cheese ($8.29).
Dinner include a traditional roast turkey dinner, with mashed potatoes, stuffing and gravy ($13.99) and bacon meatloaf ($12.99).
The place is decked out with sailing paraphernalia aplenty. "Youngstown is a fishing town, a sailing town, so everything is nautical," Poletti said.
The restaurant has been built into a historic building dating to the 1840s. At the corner of Main and Lockport streets, the structure was originally a general store. It was formerly an Ashker's cafe location as well.
Beer and wine are available. Poletti plans to add an ice cream and bakery component this summer.
Hours: 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, Sunday 7 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Closed Monday. Phone: 745-1517.
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