A Review of the Fenton Fire Hall: “When a man becomes a fireman his greatest act of bravery has been accomplished. What he does after that is all in the line of work.” – Edward F. Croker

The Fenton Fire Hall is nothing but a great time. Walking in customers are greeted by a great group of waiters and waitresses. The Fire Hall is definitely the place to be during the weekend between 4 p.m., when the restaurant opens, right up till closing at 11 p.m.

 “I loved it ,” sophomore Nina Lombardi said. “The food was great and I would definitely go back there again. The people and the service were both great.”

The food served at the Fenton Fire Hall is out of this world delicious and customers get tons of food for a great price. Rumor has it  that the Fire Hall serves a two pound bowl of its famous, traditional Mac N’ Cheese that also can be made in many other varieties.

“The Fenton Fire Hall  was really good ,” sophomore Isabelle McIntosh said. “ The people there were super nice . When I went, I got the Mac N’ Cheese and it was my favorite because there’s all different kinds you can pick from.”

Originally, since 1938, the Fenton Fire Hall was home to the brave, courageous firefighters and volunteer firefighters of Fenton. Now the Union Joints family, new owners of the Fire Hall, have turned this historic safe house into a delicious restaurant that pays tribute to the men and women who have spent time keeping the city of Fenton safe.

With prices from $4 to $20, and happy hour on Thursdays at 4 p.m., everyone who walks through the door can count on The Fenton Fire Hall  to put a smile on their face and food in their tummy.