It's news that a lot of people were looking forward to hearing over the weekend as The Swannie House announced when they would be re-opening.

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The Swannie House Closed "Until Further Notice"

Last week, a lot of people were surprised by the news that a bar that is well-loved near Key Bank Center was closing.  The Swannie House is a popular spot for people to go before a Sabres game, a concert, or for many workers at the General Mills plant to get some lunch or after work drinks.

Unfortunately following the death of the owner, Debbie Wiles Fetterman, they posted a note on social media saying that they would be closed until further notice.

The Swannie House Announced They Would Be Open

It was news that a lot of people were looking forward to when just a few days later they announced that they would be re-opening in time for St. Patrick's day festivities over the weekend.

While they had a limited menu over the weekend, they still had all the stuff that people were looking for including corned beef, Reubens, wings, fries, and of course plenty of ice- cold drinks.

Many people had plenty of good things to say about Debbie Wiles Fetterman and passed their condolences on to the business on her passing.  They mentioned how kind she was, how she would give you the shirt off of her back if you needed it, and that she would be missed by the people who stopped in.

The Swannie House returns to normal hours

The Swannie House will be open again for normal operation starting today.   Their normal operating hours are:

Monday11 AM–12 AM
Tuesday11 AM–12 AM
Wednesday11 AM–12 AM
Thursday11 AM–12 AM
Friday11 AM–12 AM
Saturday11 AM–12 AM
Sunday11 AM–12 AM

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