Fenelon Falls Hometown Proud
With deep roots in the Kawartha Lakes neighborhoods, owner, Samena Kennedy wanted to offer Fenelon Falls a friendly, family style restaurant and pub. A member of the Chamber of Commerce, Samena believes in establishing meaningful connections with her guests, employees, and other local businesses. She continues to collaborate with other local establishments through marketing endeavours and positively impacts Fenelon Falls with her charitable initiatives.
A large part of her community driven culture is to support the youth through sponsorships and her hiring practices. Samena understands how a job will contribute to a young person’s self-worth and purpose. The Locker At The Falls gives them an opportunity to learn and advance through different roles in the service industry.
Our Food & Beverage Game
“The Meat Locker” and our signature Locker Burger is where it all started but you can choose from pub classics or hearty home cooked meals. The Chefs at The Locker At The Falls curate a summer and winter menu keeping choices fresh and locally sourced where possible.
Both upper and lower-level bars are well stocked with a selection of local craft beer, traditional draft choices, coolers, feature cocktails, frozen blends and non-alcoholic options.
The Locker At The Falls is a place to gather, enjoy a meal and feel like family. You’ll come for the falls, but you’ll stay for the people.
KEEPING IT LOCAL
A Little History
"I like the idea of being able to come home really and truly and that there's so much history in this building, it just seemed right"
First came the grist, flour and lumber mills. Then came the people to work the mills and thus began the local economic growth that is now The Village of Fenelon Falls. As in the beginning, local industries continue to work together contributing to the success and strong community that is The Village of Fenelon Falls today.
The Fallsview Restaurant (now The Locker at The Falls) was opened in 1973. It was built on the very foundation of The Lindsay Generating Station which began producing electricity for Lindsay in 1900 and was mostly removed (except the foundation) sometime before 1971. Years later a 12 year old Samena went looking for a summer job . "Something to do" for Samena developed into a true love of the restaurant & service industry. Now the proud owner of The Locker at The Falls Samena says, "I'm excited to be back in the same building and back where things originally started for me. I have a personal and emotional attachment to the building and to this entire transition it has a lot of sentimental value."