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Now Open in Canton, NY!

A sports-themed café is now open on Main Street offering a large salad bar, burgers, Panini sandwiches and other in and out casual food. Buster’s Sports Bar of Ogdensburg will open its second location, Buster’s Sports Café, 109 Main St., opened at the end of May. “We’ve been in business in Ogdensburg for 20 years and thought Canton was a unique community in need of a sports-themed atmosphere with casual food,” said owner Terry Vernsey. .

The Best Salad Bar In The North Country!

With the freshest vegetables, fruits and salad fixings this side of the St. Lawrence River – Buster’s Salad Bar boasts twenty feet of mouth-watering, good-to-eat food! Perfect for your lunch hour or as part of your next family dinner, our salad bar offers something for everyone. Stop into Buster’s Sports Bar and Restaurant in Ogdensburg and see why our salad bar is the best in Northern New York! What’s On Our Salad Bar? We .

Buster’s Restaurant Completes Renovations

It’s not just the food that makes for a family or friends, enjoy some great food in a fun atmosphere and have a pleasant evening out. Every night, Buster’s Sports Bar in Ogdensburg is packed with people doing just that. It’s not just the cool décor, with unique sports memorabilia hanging on every wall, or the excellent service from a team of experienced waiters and waitresses that keeps people coming back to Buster’s — .

Buster’s Set To Open Again

By BENNY FAIRCHILD After being closed on Monday and Tuesday to put the finishing touches on renovations at the restaurant, Buster’s Sports Bar will be reopening its doors today, not only as Buster’s, but also as the new home of Wimpy’s. “We’re adding Wimpy’s,” said Buster’s new owner, Terry R. Vernsey. Mr. Vernsey had previously owned the restaurant from 1995 to 2003, before selling the business to his father and moving to Florida. “I’m .

Restaurant Review : Walter Siebel

Rooting for home team: Buster’s vs. McDonald’s SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2011 McDonald’s or Buster’s? Go with the national chain or go with the local restaurant? The two eateries are right next to each other, just a stone’s throw from the main highway. You’d figure McDonald’s would be the obvious favorite. But last Thursday night, we had trouble finding a place to park outside Buster’s Sports Bar Restaurant. It’s a sports bar, all right. A .