CONESUS LAKE – The iconic Conesus Inn top has been demolished as new owners begin a new era.
The new owners have been tight lipped about future plans but insiders have told the GeneseeSun.com that a new restaurant with three tiers of a variety of dining experiences are the future plans.
The Conesus Inn, which has been closed for over two years, was legendary for their prime rib with their flagship 5lb Truman cut that was legendary. There is debate over the naming of the Truman cut. A variety of stories have him as either a local farmer, fisherman or a farmer that fished.
The actual naming of the Truman cut was named after Avon farmer Truman Kime, who passed away in 1993. Mr. Kime had such a hearty appetite he had had a special cut made for him. According to his granddaughter he even had his picture hanging in the restaurant that was properly returned to her father when the place closed down.