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One of the longest running saloons in Buffalo. How it survived through the ups and downs of it’s location is truly admirable. Friendly staff, good prices and good food in a very interesting and historical part of our city.
Have eaten here several times, enjoying the chicken/feta sandwich and french fries. One Friday night we decided to order a fish fry, which was highly recommended. Large portions, delicious, until I found a hair on top of the fish, underneath the fried coating. That did...More
Wanted to try someplace we had never been and heard good things about the fish fry. The parking lot is small but we were able to find a spot. They have a cute patio that I'm sure is lovely in the warmer months. We entered...More
Swannie House is said to be the second oldest continuously operating tavern in Buffalo. It is located in the old port and I felt a personal connection in that my great-grandparents owned a shop just across the river. When I was there they were not...More
What a great place to go before the Sabre’s game. Friendly, down-to-earth crowd. Friendliness was encapsulated in an old building; service was excellent; parking was great as there was quick and easy access to the game, we enjoyed cocktails, stuffed banana peppers and wings. It...More