The Cobblestone Restaurant in Geneva, New York is a restored 1825 farm house. Originally built as a Tavern and Stage Coach Stop in the 1700's, the second floor was added on in the mid-1800's for living quarters. Soon after, the building was purchased by the Fordon Family, known throughout the area as large landowners and farmers.
Cradled between Rochester and Syracuse are the Finger Lakes and in the heart of the Finger Lakes is the city of Geneva. Geneva is rich in history, famous for its beauty and unique in spirit. Along historic South Main Street you will find Pulteney Square and the scenic campuses of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. It is also the perfect place to begin your tour of the local Wineries.
We are located at the crossroad of General LaFayette's encampment, on the former Massachusetts border, here in this historically rich region. Here at The Cobblestone you will experience the most innovative Italian menu in the Finger Lakes. Classic wood-fired cooking, the freshest seafood, poultry and veal, steaks aged to perfection, freshly made pasta, desserts and breads.