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We stopped in here for coffee and sandwiches on our trip to Fort Niagara.
I had a turkey club and my wife had the French onion soup with a chicken salad sandwich.
The place is a nice clean diner with booths and tables. The waitress was glad to see us and served us quickly. The restrooms were clean. The prices were thrifty. Everyone was happy.
This place is right on the main street in town. Parking was no problem.
Updated Mar 31, 2007
Address: 425 Main Street (route 18F)
Every summer in Youngstown, local music artists play at Faulkner Park for two hours on Friday evenings. You can find jazz and country music, Italian opera music, folk music and fiddlers.
From 7pm to 9pm you can sit in front of the gazebo in Faulkner park on your blanket or folding chair with your family and hear some free tunes. For larger bands they set up a temporary stage.
to get there:
one block north of the intersection of route 18F and route 93, right near the Niagara River
Updated Feb 13, 2009
Youngstown is in the top 10% of safe cities in America when it comes to violent crimes; they do not even have one sex offender registered. It is only rated average however for non-violent crimes (burglaries, shop-lifting, car break-ins).
We felt safe when we were there but we stayed only the one day and did not go anywhere in the evening. Perhaps the town has a different feel at night.
Just use common cautions; lock doors, keep wallets/purses secure, don't go to nfamiliar places alone or at night. I believe you too will have a nice, safe vacation trip to Youngstown, NY.
Updated Mar 9, 2007