Adam A. and Meghan L. Swenson purchased the Roxy in 2014. The Swenson’s are local residents and graduates of Thousand Islands Central School, with Mrs. Swenson growing up in Clayton and Mr. Swenson in Cape Vincent.

 “I hung out (at the Roxy) as a kid and with my dad,” Mr. Swenson said. “We went there for the fish fry. It was like a staple. As I got older, it was one of my favorite places to go.”

Mr. Swenson holds a degree in hotel and restaurant management, but Mrs. Swenson is the primary operator of the Roxy and restaurant, with his help.

Mrs. Swenson also operates Swedish Meatball Co. on Broadway St in Cape Vincent, (which is actually an Ice cream shoppe), while Mr. Swenson runs a charter fishing guide business with his brother, Erik. Mr. Swenson is also a state trooper.


Roxy Hotel is a historic hotel located at Cape Vincent in Jefferson County, New York.

It is a red brick structure consisting of two sections: a three story, eight bay main block and a two story, four bay side wing. It was built in 1894, and has remained in continuous use as a hotel and center of the local tourist trade. 

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.