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The Beachcomber of Conesus Lake

Restaurant, Lunch, Dinner

There were once many restaurants and inns on Conesus Lake prior to the early 1930’s - most of them are gone forever! One that still remains and is in full operation is the Beachcomber on West Lake Road. Enjoy casual and upscale food options, both indoor and outside, with an amazing view overlooking Conesus lake.

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Currently closed for the season

Wednesday & Thursday: 4pm - 9pm
Friday & Saturday: 4pm - 10pm
Sunday: Brunch 10am - 1pm, Dinner 4pm - 8pm

Monday through Thursday: 12pm - 9pm
Friday: Noon - 11pm
Saturday: Noon - 1am
Sunday: Noon - 8pm

Sunday through Wednesday: Noon - Midnight
Friday - Saturday: Noon - 2am

Built by B.C. Mehlenbacher of Dansville and named for his wife, the Beachcomber was originally called “Peg’s Point," and served as a small grocery store, with gas pumps at the road. In 1933, it became a restaurant and taproom, after surviving prohibition.

After nine decades and various owners, the Beachcomber is now open year round, with delicious food and a great staff dedicated to customer service. You can find everything in one beautiful location. Indoor and outdoor dining, casual and upscale food options, sandy beach, 50 docks, a bonfire pit, live entertainment all year long, outdoor seating right on the water to enjoy the amazing view, a sand volleyball court, even renovated overnight guest rooms overlooking the lake!

Offering catering and banquets, the Beachcomber provides fun and food for many special occasions. Annual parties include a Halloween party, holiday gatherings, Winter Fest, and a great St. Patrick's Day party!


Live music
Dock rental
Beach Volleyball
Bonfire pit
Outdoor Seating
Newly renovated guest rooms

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