Built in the early 1800's...
...then known as John Ryan's Pub, the Fairport Village Inn has been a favorite town gathering spot for more than 100 years. The building evolved into a small inn and local tavern, where railroad workers and travelers alike would gather for a hearty ale, a fine meal and comfortable lodging. After John Ryan sold the business near the turn of the century, the building was divided into two parts. The larger part was converted into the town grocery store, while the smaller section housed the local barbershop. In the 1950's it became known as the Oasis Restaurant and in the 60's, Orrie's Lounge.
In 1976, Wayne and Patty Beckwith took over the property and turned it into what we know and love now, the Fairport Village Inn. They worked hard to continue the fine tradition of this local eating and drinking establishment. Their son Ken grew up in the restaurant, helping out his parents throughout the years. This experience cultivated Ken's passion for hospitality. In September of 2016, Wayne and Patty sold their interest in the business to Ken who is now the sole owner/operator of the Fairport Village Inn. He has continued to work hard to keep his parents legacy alive and provide a welcoming atmosphere with exceptional food.
From Tuesday through Saturday, the Fairport Village Inn turns into one of the area's finest restaurants, serving a delicious variety of seafood, chicken, beef and pasta dishes made to order in our kitchen. On Fridays, you'll find the place teeming with fans of the fabulous Fish Fry Dinner. Delicious Prime Rib is served Thursdays and Saturdays.
So, if you enjoy the camaraderie of a friendly local tavern, the excitement of a crowd cheering for the home team, the Fairport Village Inn may be just what you're looking for.