Fattey Beer Kenmore held its soft opening the weekend of June 17
On Thursday, Erie County Legislator Lisa M. Chimera, D-3rd District, visited Fattey Beer’s newest location in the Village of Kenmore. After clocking in a legislative proclamation to recognize the local business, Chimera met with owners Nik Fattey and Chris DiCesare at the location on Delaware Avenue, in the former Supercuts.
“This is a local business who has had great success thanks to their dedicated ownership, and hardworking employees,” Chimera said. “Despite challenges in the restaurant industry brought on by the pandemic, this business has thrived. Small businesses like Fattey Beer help attract patrons to our Kenmore business district, while providing our communities with employment opportunities. I am sure this location will become a treasured asset to the village community, and thank them for including Delaware Avenue into their plans for expansion.”
Chimera was joined by members of the Kenmore Town of Tonawanda Chamber of Commerce, as well as officials from the Village of Kenmore and Town of Tonawanda.
Fattey Beer on Delaware held a soft opening the weekend of June 17, and has welcomed a steady stream of customers and delivery orders since.
“During the pandemic, we noticed that many delivery orders were routed to the Village of Kenmore,” Fattey said. “As we looked to expand, we started to learn more about the people here, and found this perfect space. We had great support from the village and, as we got going, we quickly realized that Kenmore has a lot of pride and great people. We’ve been open 20 days and every day has been a home run.”
Town of Tonawanda Supervisor Joseph Emminger said, “We are thrilled to welcome Fattey Beer into our village business district and the town. I know in the short time they’ve been open they have been very well received. We love our craft beer in WNY, and what better way to get ready for the upcoming Buffalo Bills season than with an ‘undefeated’ craft beer from Fattey Beer!”