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Businiess name:  Ontario House
Review by:  Michael C.
Review content: 
Affectionately known as the Stone Jug by the locals. It has a presence larger then the town. In the summer the front porch is always full of people. Groups are constantly stopping by to enjoy the jug. Whether it's sports teams after a game, sailors after a regatta, or even biker gangs from all over New York and Ontario. If you want to meet someone they'll probably be at the jug. Built in 1842, the jug has one of the best bars in New York. This isn't some tacky sports bar. Pool and shuffleboard are in the back room and the wrap-around porch out front has a great view of main street and the Niagara River. If you're in Youngstown and you want a beer or someplace to relax, the Stone Jug is where you should go.

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