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Happy hour: Dwyer's Irish Pub

Dwyer’s Irish Pub
65 Webster St., North Tonawanda

Happy Hour: 4-7 p.m. Monday through Friday with $2.50 domestic bottles, $2 pints of PBR, Coors Light and Molson. Buy one-get one appetizer Monday through Thursday only.

Specials: Monday from 8 p.m. to close, get $2 off all 22 oz. drafts. Tuesday from 7 p.m. to close, 20 wings/$10.99 and $2.50 domestic bottles. Wednesdays, $1 off all wraps and tacos. Thursday from 8 p.m. to close, $1 off Sky Vodka drinks, $1 off 16 oz. drafts. Friday/Saturday Ladies Night has $2 top shelf drinks and drafts. Sunday, buy one-get one appetizers, $1 off 16 oz. drafts, $1 off Bloody Marys.

Hours: 4 p.m.-2 a.m. Monday-Thursday; noon to 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday; and noon to 2 a.m. Sunday.

The Scene: Irish Pub with a lively atmosphere and outstanding summer patio with fire pit. Live music for happy hour. A must stop during Canalfest.

What else: Beers of the month listed online. Scotch Club meets monthly with tastings, guest speakers.

The warm and inviting atmosphere of Dwyer’s Irish Pub is everything you would want a pub to have: good drinks, good food, live music and sports on TV. And of course, friendly conversation with whomever you happen to be standing by.

Happy hour features not only great food and drink specials, but live music from local bands on Friday nights. During sports seasons Dwyer’s shows Bills and Sabres games.

Beer is big at Dwyer’s with everything from domestic to craft served on tap and bottle. Premium bottles include Irish favorites like Guinness Extra Dry Stout, Murphy’s Irish Red Ale and Smithwick’s as well as England’s Samuel Smith selections.

JP Dwyer's owner Greg Stenis has run the bar for over a decade. (Buffalo News file photo)

JP Dwyer's owner Greg Stenis has run the bar for over a decade. (Buffalo News file photo)

The menu is best described as pub grub with no real Irish dishes, however, perfect drinking items like Celtic Chips (sliced, deep fried potatoes), Bunratty BBQ, Dubliner or Guinness burgers made with Irish back bacon work. There’s also a Shepherd’s Pie made with tater tots.

Dwyer’s also is known for its chicken wings, as noted in The Buffalo News “10 worthy heirs to the chicken wing throne” story in 2014.

With many choices, patrons can revel in anything from the standard Buffalo wing and fruity barbecue sauces (raspberry and strawberry) to more complex versions like those with an Asian flair such as Wasabi Plum, General Tso and Spicy Sesame.

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