Schwabl’s Restaurant, one of New York State’s most historic restaurants with its roots dating back to 1837, will reopen for takeout service on Wednesday, May 20. Takeout will be available from noon to 8 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. A limited menu plus daily specials will be offered.
Located at 789 Center Road in West Seneca, one block east of Union Road, Schwabl’s is known for its world-famous beef on kümmelweck sandwiches, homemade German potato salad, fresh soups and much more. To read about their history in Western New York, please visit www.schwabls.com.
To place takeout orders beginning May 20 or to inquire about specials, please call 675-2333.