As Buffalonians, we know that Buffalo is getting better by the minute. People outside of this small town city and Bills backer bars everywhere are starting to find out just how pleasant it is here, cloudy days ‘n’ all. Buffalo has a lot to offer and apparently SFGate, a San Francisco publication agrees.
In the article, writer Trevor Felch, Bay Area-based freelancer mentions, “Before I started dating a Buffalonian transplant in San Francisco a few years ago, I (a lifelong Californian) knew nothing about Buffalo other than the whole “really cold weather, Rust Belt city, buffalo wings, Bills always lose” quartet.
I’ve learned a lot since about what a special place Buffalo and Western New York are. Buffalonians fiercely love their home for good reason. Yes, it’s a unique place that makes you wanna’ shout! (You’ll understand that reference once you read [below].)”
As you can see, Trevor is spot on. Kudos to his significant other for straightening this guy out. Check out the full article, Looking to ditch expensive SF? Move to Buffalo. Yes, that Buffalo for full explanations of each point including shoutouts to local spots and some darn good reasoning we cannot and will not argue with.
22 Reasons to move to Buffalo, NY:
1. Destination Dining
2. Real Estate
3. Great Beer and Cocktails for a Cheaper Price
5. Buffalo Pizza
6. Diverse and Excellent Dining Scene
7. Festivals, and Lots of them (Helloooooo Buffalo Bloody Mary Fest, Cork Head Wine Festival, Buffalo Whiskey Riot
8. Like SF, Buffalo Is Only One of the Cities in a Fascinating Metro Area
9. Frank Lloyd Wright and Buffalo Architecture
10. Stretch Your Legs with the Ample Green Space
12. Lake Erie Sunsets
13. The Bills
14. Rooftop Bars and a Canadian View
15. Tappo’s Igloo Bar
16. Traffic is Bad but not That Bad
17. The Arts
18. Not the Rusty Rust Belt
19. Buffalo’s Nearby Wine Countries… In Two Countries
20. Niagara Falls
21. Autumn is Spooky and Great
23. It isn’t Always Blizzards
Remember to check out the full article on SFGate, here! Do you agree with their reasons?