Shaughnessy’s is a sports-friendly pub inspired by owner Ed Riley’s long line of loyal Irish Setters! This classic watering hole and eatery invites Central New York’s sports fans to cheer their favorite team to victory circled 'round the island bar amid 21 large televisions. Featuring a classic sports pub menu, a killer draft beer selection, and all of the major sports television packages, Shaughnessy’s is where the urban business crowd relaxes after a long day in the neighboring towers, and sports fans revel in victory. The interior is highlighted by the original Syracuse Nationals’ basketball court, moved from the Onondaga County War Memorial to serve as the pub’s floor. The Syracuse Nationals were among the original seven teams that formed the NBA in 1949. Home court advantage takes on a whole new meaning at Shaughnessy's. Conveniently located downtown on the corner of Harrison and Warren Streets looking uphill at the University and Medical districts, Shaughnessy’s is the pre-game, in-game, and post-game spot for all Syracuse University sports fans. With 13 craft beers on tap, a signature cocktail menu, comfort food sized to share, and the best Reuben in town, Shaughnessy’s is the spot to dine, drink, and bark. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.