PUBLISHER’S NOTE: We tried to call and confirm this it this information was accurate but unfortunately got only robots responding to our numerous calls. The robot for the restaurant did suggest they were taking reservations.
Officials at Batavia Downs, announced the Fortunes restaurant will be open for dine in or take out from 11am to 10pm.
The gaming facility remains closed at this time.
There will be a limited menu to choose from. That menu is available on the Batavia Downs website as well as their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
New safety regulations will be put into place for those visiting the facility. All patrons must park in the south parking lot (Valet Lot) and come through the valet entrance. The valet is not operating at this time. To ensure the safety of our guests and employees – upon entry into the facility guests are required to wear a mask up until the time that they are seated at their table. Please note that the restaurant will operating at a limited capacity. All persons within a dining party must also adhere to safe social distancing while waiting in the lobby.
If coming for take out, you must wear a mask for the entirety of your visit as you check in at the hostess station for your food.
Fortunes will also be open on Friday, June 19th.
“We look forward to opening up our restaurants on these next 2 Fridays,” said Henry Wojtaszek, President and CEO. “We’re working hard on a plan for reopening the entire facility and will do so once we get the go ahead from New York State.”
To make an order for take out or to make reservations, please call 585-FORTUNE (585-367-8863) after 11am on Friday, June 12th.
About Batavia Downs/WROTB
Owned and operated by 15 Western New York counties and the cities of Rochester and Buffalo, Western Region Off-Track Betting Corporation is a public benefit corporation with headquarters in Batavia, NY. WROTB owns and operates 17 branches, as well as Batavia Downs Gaming, a standard bred racetrack and gaming facility. Since its inception, Western Region OTB has generated over $220 million in operating and surcharge revenues to the taxpayers of those participating municipalities.