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History and mystery
surround this quaint historic Liverpool landmark. Of rare
Greek revival architecture, Jonathan Hicks raised the walls of the
National Hotel, complete with stables, from Lake Ontario cobblestone
in 1839. In the 1930s, the hotel regularly hosted all-night
dance parties. Patrons waltzed and two-stepped away the
depression era of the Salt City. Around that same time, it is
rumored a small troop of bandits robbed a local bank and holed up in
the hotel. Arrests were made, however the money mysteriously
was never recovered. It is still actively sought by thrill
Odd occurrences still
take place. Rumors of ghosts, locking doors, and moving or
missing items are fairly common. Either way, unquestionably,
the history and character of that time oozes from the cracks of The
If You Haven't See The
Cobble Lately, You Haven't Seen The Cobble!
We've renovated, and now we're even better -- and bigger -- than ever!
Cobblestone is open
To book your
at The Cobblestone,
call Adam Gormel at
Located at the corner of First
and Tulip Streets in the Village of Liverpool, "The Cobble" is a classic
pub in every sense. Several large screen TVs -- including the largest
TV screen in the county -- make it an ideal spot to
watch the big game. There are three service bars, including the
new outdoor patio bar. Try our bar menu items, while you play pool, throw
darts, or test your skills on our shuffleboard table. The
Cobble stocks a full complement of draft and bottled beers and wines
by the glass.