Hose Company No. 6, is an establishment which accommodates people with an affection for great food and libation. A landmark built in 1895 as a fire station that housed firemen, horses and the now obsolete hose wagons. In 1975 Donald Wilks converted the deteriorating old fire station into a restaurant. People came and enjoyed the food, friends and atmosphere of the old building. Today you can still do the same. We invite you to bring your friends and family to kick back and enjoy your favorite bottle of wine, a bucket of steamers or any of our delicious entrees. Our seasonal outside dining is a delightful way to make summer memories.