Oct 18, 2018
Just because we live in one of New York’s largest cities doesn’t mean that us Buffalonians don’t like to escape away from it all every now and then to enjoy a more slow-paced and small-town getaway. A quick 30-minute drive from the Queen City, the small village of Corfu in Genesee County has lots of secluded destinations to offer visitors. If you happen to be traveling out this way or are looking for an excuse to hit the road, then make sure you head out to this wonderful log cabin restaurant that you’ll never want to leave.
Only a couple miles off of the Thruway and easy to find, lay your eyes on the charming Indian Falls Log Cabin restaurant.
The log cabin restaurant is one that's filled with history and is unique to all the rest, built back in 1940 and even made like an authentic 18th and 19th-century cabin.
Known for being one of the most scenic dining destinations in all of Genesee County, the restaurant sits right along Tonawanda Creek.
Lucky customers of the restaurant will have a spectacular view of the waterfall that's just outside and can be seen from the windows, a selling point that attracts people from all over Western New York to come and visit here.
Every day of the week Indian Falls Log Cabin features different specials, with 50-cent wings on Wednesday and Chicken and Bloody Marys on Sunday.
The restaurant also has a bar inside that's equipped with an extensive choice of...[Read More]