North Tonawanda’s Webster Street is full of places to eat, drink, and shop locally. With a deep history rooted in the area, there is much to be seen and explored. Here’s a few ways you can spend your day in NT.
1. Eat and drink locally.
653 Oliver St
This bottle house on Oliver Street has local draft beer, cider, and kombucha on tap from some of WNY’s favorite breweries. They also sell 4-packs and 6-packs to go, and they make homemade fried chicken, apple pie pierogis, chicken wings, and fish fry on Fridays.
102 Webster St
This classy dining destination has a casual and warm environment with fresh, creative cuisine and a classic bar featuring an array of fine wines and spirits.
110 Webster St
This place hosts all sorts of cool cooking classes, including everything from beer and food pairings, charcuterie board workshops, and hands-on sushi classes.
775 Oliver St
Looking for a place to sit back and drink a couple cold ones with some friends? Brownie’s is the go-to neighborhood bar with an array of beer options to choose from.
321 Oliver St
Little Black Heart Coffee is serving up more than just a basic coffee, some of their most popular offerings include their classic latte, tea latte, caramel macchiato, and special peanut butter mocha.
2. Shop locally.
This outdoor market was established back in 1908. Over the years, it’s become known as one of the best farmer’s markets in Western New York. You can find local produce, flowers, meat, cheese, baked goods and more here every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
83 Webster St
Explore original artwork by artists from the Western New York and Southern Ontario regions at this little gallery in the heart of NT. They also offer gift items in their gift shop collection as well as host painting events to allow you to display your inner artistic skills.
27 Main St
If you are looking to give your house a lift, Ridge Home Furnishings offers furniture for every room in your house. Whether you are looking for some accent decor or a full furniture set, they have many styles to choose from to match your specific taste and preferences.
84 Webster St
For the past 95 years Walker Bros & Monroe Jewelers has focused their practice on the repair and restoration of fine antique and vintage clocks. They also have custom diamond jewelry which makes great gifts for the celebratory moments in life.
172 Robinson St
As the name states, this is a church transformed into a shop offering unique antique finds and over 130 vendors on display featuring a mix of old and new. There’s even a vinyl record shop and Orange Brick Cafe located inside!
34 Webster St
This glass studio can take an ordinary window and make it a statement piece with their custom stained glass work. They also carry lamps, window panels, and suncatchers too.
78 Webster St
This shop is full of unique gift ideas, hand crafted items including plush animals, fun stickers, jewelry and funky patterned socks.
3. Pamper yourself.
88 Webster Street
We can all use a bit of self pampering. At Martinsville Soapworks you’ll find all sorts of handmade bath and body products, including handmade soaps, body wash, shower gels, scrubs, lotions, and more.
85 Webster Street
Freshen up your look with a day at the salon. Hizair Salon offers everything from a simple cut to full occasion styling. Plus children under 12 and seniors can receive a 10% discount on services.
510 Oliver Street
Twin City Massage is a great way to rewind and relax. Their specialties include, but are not limited to, Swedish massage, medical massage, aromatherapy, prenatal massage and myofascial release.
4. Explore the art and history scene.
240 Goundry Street
This non-profit arts organization features rotating artist exhibitions, events, and educational programming.
Did you know North Tonawanda is home to the Western Terminus of the Erie Canal? There’s a lot of history here, and it’s also a beautiful place to bike, walk, and kayak.
712 Oliver Street
This is the destination for learning all about North Tonawanda’s history. Plus, they welcome guest speakers and host book sales.