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Swaby's Tavern

6 South Street

Auburn, NY 13021

 

For reservations call:

 (315) 252-5400

HOURS OPEN

MON - FRI   11AM-2 AM

SAT & SUN   4 PM -2 AM

We are open from:

 

Swaby's Specials

Regular drink specials make Swaby's Tavern a favorite after-work destination

Everybody loves big foot. Bigfoot has all the Women.

They can't seem to get enough of him.

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Welcome to Swaby's Tavern

Swaby's Tavern Auburn, New York

 

 

 

 

 

 

Swaby's Tavern, located in the center of Auburn, and is a local favorite and well-known
for our Uniqueness and flare. Swaby's is like no other gathering spot.
Let our friendly staff recommend one of our select wines or premium draft beers to accompany your meal, or try one of our specialty cocktails.
 
At Swaby's Tavern, you'll always find something special going on. In the cooler months you'll appreciate our stylish, welcoming atmosphere and our outdoor patio is the perfect place to

unwind after a long day in the warmer weather.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Swaby's News & Events

Facebook link to the famous Paco Swaby of Swabys Tavern.

Come down have some food and drink and play a game of chess.

Each winter Auburn, New York is invaded by hundreds of thousands of crows. It is not known exactly why the birds come to our small city. However it does create a very strange site.

 

The next time you see a group of crows, look closely. Try to remember which one is  which, and see if you can tell the difference between them the next time you  pass. Odds are good that you can't; they're crows, which makes them all big  black birds. On the other hand, every last one of them very likely remembers you  as the weird human who kept staring at them. We know this, because researchers  have studied them and found that they are indeed much smarter than we give them credit for.

Read more:  http://www.cracked.com/article_19042_6-terrifying-ways-crows-are-way-smarter-than-you-think.html#ixzz2ePrPPdrz

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