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The Lone Buffalo

The Lone Buffalo

808 LaSalle Street
Ottawa, IL 61350
815-324-9549
Fax: 815-224-6660
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The Lone Buffalo was created as a restaurant and a brewery under one roof with one goal: to serve good food and beer in a comfortable atmosphere.


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Note: Some map locations are approximate. Please call the venue at 815-324-9549 for exact directions.

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