From Our Editors
Jeff Taylor just can’t seem to stay out of the restaurant business. For someone who started in food service back in 1979, serving his versions local favorites to customers is just a part of him now. Things changed temporarily in 2012, when he decided to make a career change and sold the previous incarnation of Justin Tyme. But the restaurant business drew him back in: he missed the work so much that he opened his current location less than a year later.
Perhaps attributed to his long experience in the industry, it’s Jeff’s culinary creations that keep his customers coming back year after year. In 2005, his beef on weck won a Niagara Reader’s Choice award and continues to be in demand on his menu. It’s also joined by other home-style customer favorites such as pot roast, a variety of Friday fish-fry platters, and burgers that boast up to a pound of meat. On weekends, breakfasts of corned beef hash and omelets greet crowds who sit in the dining room or in the bar area under the glow of flat-screen TVs.