BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Popular Buffalo pub Swannie House will re-open on Saturday just in time for St. Patrick’s Day weekend after briefly closing its doors earlier this month.
Swannie House was closed following the death of its co-owner Debbie Fetterman-Wiles, who died on March 9 at the age of 51, according to her obituary.
The popular bar, located on Ohio Street near KeyBank Center, announced its re-opening in a Facebook post Friday. They will open at 9:30 a.m. Saturday and return to its regular operating hours starting Sunday.
“THANK YOU for all of your continued support during this time. We feel the tremendous outpouring of love and care and appreciate every single one of you,” Swannie House wrote in their Facebook post.
Swannie House is one of the oldest bars in Western New York, having been established and opened in 1886.
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