“HISTORY CENTER NIGHT AT THE SHAMUS” BENEFITS NIAGARA HISTORY CENTER
Plan now to enjoy fine dining and support the Niagara History Center as Lockport’s Shamus Restaurant presents the 14th annual “History Center Night,” Wednesday, Feb. 21, from 4:30-9:00 p.m. Your evening out at Lockport’s renowned Shamus will boost History Center programs as the restaurant donates a portion of all proceeds that evening.
For this fundraiser, guests will order their dinner selections from the menu, as usual. Diners are asked to phone in their reservations directly to the Shamus at (716) 433-9809.
Whether you’re a regular patron or first-time visitor to the Shamus, you’ll find a wide variety of contemporary cuisine, including house specialties, to satisfy every taste. Dining rooms at the Shamus have an intimate, elegant feel, and the bar, with its traditional Irish décor, is a local Lockport favorite.
The Shamus was established in 1950 and has become a restaurant icon known throughout the Buffalo-Niagara region. Ann Murphy, owner of the Shamus since 1990, continues the long tradition of fine food, classic atmosphere and warm hospitality.
The History Center appreciates the Shamus’s assistance through this much-anticipated annual event. “The Shamus has offered a commitment to our mission and programs through many years of support,’ says Melissa Dunlap, executive director of the museum. “The History Center is grateful for this generosity as we share the goal of offering Lockport’s best to our patrons and visitors.”
The Shamus is located at 98 West Ave. in Lockport and offers off-street parking.
For more information on “History Center Night at the Shamus” or History Center programs, please call (716) 434-7433.