Club 57 closes in Hornell


Landmark restaurant on Seneca Street shuts down abruptly

After a few months of great specials and a visit from former Buffalo Bills player Glenn Parker for a signing, the popular Hornell restaurant has closed.

A Facebook post on Monday simply said “We are very sorry to announce that Club 57 is closed until further notice.”

They disabled comments, but there were 149 shares from customers who were sad to read the news.

On Oct. 16, Club 57 posted they were looking for bartenders and servers.

On Oct. 6 the club had Parker and proceeds went to youth charities in Hornell.

Like most restaurants, Club 57 had to close during the pandemic and for six months had to open and close and follow new state guidelines.

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