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Stan’s Waterloo opens downtown

Another part of Lee Bieber’s ambitious plan to revitalize the downtown in this Seneca County community is now in place.

A two-year labor of love, this one is personal for the Brooklyn native.

Stan’s Waterloo restaurant opened Aug. 17 at 7 E. Main St. Bieber, a Brooklyn plumbing and heating supply owner from Brooklyn, named it after his late father, Stan Bieber. A picture of his dad is on a wall of the wood-paneled restaurant.

Lee wanted to feature a New York City-style tavern burger eatery with many locally sourced ingredients, along with local wines and beers. The beef comes from Rosenkrans Farms in Fayette. Muranda Cheese in Fayette and Cayuga Lake Creamery in Interlaken supply the restaurant as well.

Bieber has invested heavily in interior renovations to achieve a dark, wood-and-steel tavern atmosphere. There is a main dining area and bar on the street-level floor, and an upper floor for parties and special events, including live music.

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