Brewing returning to Oswego
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OSWEGO, N.Y. -- A new business is preparing to open its doors in Oswego, bringing brewing back to the Port City.
The restaurant space inside the historic Buckout-Jones building has sat vacant since King Arthur's Steak House closed back in September of 2010.
Now a Phoenix man, Alan Rudy, has transformed that space into the Ontario Brewing Company. The restaurant and brew pub will feature micro brews made on site, pub fare and a coffee lounge.
Rudy says his goal is to provide a laid-back atmosphere unlike anywhere else currently in Oswego.
"We hope to offer great food with great drinks and a place where you feel comfortable sitting down and eating and drinking it," Rudy said.
Right now the restaurant is open for lunch daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the owners expect to open up full time in about a month, once they obtain their liquor license.