Billy tries his best to keep his smile, even though he’s grieving the death of one of his closest friends, he's worried about another friend in rehab, and most Saturday nights he's stuck watching movies with his lonely lesbian roommate. To top it all off, he can't find a steady job and has a crush on a bartender named Reese, who happens to be oblivious of Billy's affections.
Now and then Billy works odd jobs for a wealthy eccentric, who has purchased the Riverview, once a popular restaurant immediately after World War II. But the business closed after a series of incidents that culminated with the unexplained death of a waiter in a freezer. Ever since, there have been reports of strange sounds and lights coming from the rundown building, and teens use the remote parking lot to fool around.
Billy leaps at the opportunity to clean out the old restaurant to show off to possible investors. It might also be a chance to get closer to Reese. Together with a small crew, he must brave a harsh winter storm to travel to the Riverview and make it presentable. But when they’re trapped in the eerie building as the snow piles up outside, strange things start to happen. Is any escape from the Ghosts of the Riverview?