After 5 years of renovations, Holley restaurant will open on Aug. 6
HOLLEY – A project that has been five years in the making, with a major renovation in Holley’s Public Square, will open to the community on Aug. 6.
Dan and Monica Seeler have completed a transformation of the former Tagg’s Tavern in Holley. The Holley Falls Bar & Grill will open with 42 employees.
“We’re excited,” said Mr. Seeler. “We’re going to bring a nice destination to Orleans County.”
Holley Falls will be open for dinners from 4 to 9 p.m., with the bar menu available from 9 p.m. to midnight. Seeler said the bar won’t stay open until 2 a.m.
After a couple months, Mr. Seeler said he expects Holley Falls will open for lunches from Thursdays through Sundays.
In addition to the bar and restaurant, the Seelers renovated the upper levels to create apartments that are all rented.
The building used to have a wooden exterior when it was Tagg’s Tavern. The wood was removed to reveal cast iron columns in front. The Seelers needed to rebuild walls, paint them and make numerous other improvements for one of the most prominent buildings in Holley. They also added an awning.
They named the restaurant and bar for the Holley Falls, a popular spot that is located down Frisbee Terrace, a short walk from the restaurant.