Pufferbelly Restaurant

Pufferbelly Restaurant in Erie, Erie County, United States | Restaurant

The Pufferbelly Restaurant Erie, welcomes you!!

The Pufferbelly Restaurant is a full service Restaurant and lounge in a 1908 renovated firehouse with an historic atmosphere, many photos and artifacts, Patio dining (weather permitting), catered luncheons, carry out available & bus tours welcome.

Construction on the firehouse that is now the Pufferbelly Restaurant, was begun in 1907. It was built by the Constable Brothers Construction Co. at a cost of $14,889.00 and was completed in 1908. Fire House No. 1 enjoyed a long history of fire protection for its ward as well as a reputation for horseplay and good times which earned it the nickname "Detention Home." Local people may recall the Christmas railroad display the firemen arranged in the second floor dormitory area each year. The department stopped using the station in 1979.

Enjoy the fresh, clean tastes of Erie, United States

 At Pufferbelly Restaurant flavour comes first, promising you an unparalleled dining expErience.

Our menu showcases the freshest ingredients and our staff is eager to provide you with exceptional and friendly service.

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414 Frence Street, Erie, Pennsylvania
United States
(814) 454-1557
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