Southern Tier just announced they are opening a new brewery and taproom location in the heart of Downtown Buffalo – can you guess where?
Walking into the new Vice on Pearl Street in downtown Buffalo, you’re quickly reminded of nightlife in The Before Times.
Plant-based eaters, rejoice! 100% plant-based baked goods (and lot’s of them) are on the menu in Western New York.
One week removed from their first ever can release, and mere months after announcing a second taproom in downtown Buffalo.
The hand-rolled grape leaves and lentil-rice bowls called mujadara on Poppa Pete’s menu are based on Lebanese family recipes.
Let’s all toast to a space we will never forget – Resurgence Brewing’s original tap room, it was one of the good ones.
New: Rochester’s OSB Ciderworks Opens a Taproom in Downtown Buffalo Offering Outrageous Cider Creations
With cider names like Cherry Cherry Why Ya Buggin? and Matcha Man Apple Savage, it’s easy to see that fun comes first here, and the Rochester-area cidery recently brought that irreverent playfulness to a new taproom location on Main Street in Buffalo.
Inside you’ll find unique western décor based losely off the owner’s experience interning at a private guest ranch in Colorado.
With a modern global pandemic as its backdrop, this literal Rise From the Ashes story is made even more brilliant by the fact that the pizzeria, and now the tavern, have been making food you just can’t get anywhere else in Western New York.
Instead of focusing on the negatives of 2020, let’s remember the highlights in the form of these fantastic new restaurants.
While 2020 had some serious ups and downs, it’s exciting to look back at all the businesses that actually opened their doors this year.
Consider this a sorrowful goodbye to restaurants, restauranteurs, and staff who put in a lot of hard work and heart. RIP, restaurant friends.
The locally owned restaurant plans to open a second location at 1275 Delaware Ave in Buffalo.
The Flaming Fish will be serving up their famous fresh seafood dishes at this new dine in location, which opened up in early December 2020.
Tortuga Sandwich Shop, located at 5835 Buffalo Street, adds a new option for diners who crave food with a Central American influence.
Ellicottville Brewing Company announced the opening of their newest location, EBC Tap+Bottle & Taqueria, located in downtown Ellicottville.
A tried and true Buffalo BBQ spot has landed in the Southtowns with authentic BBQ, mac bowls, and more.
Channeling major French/Canadian vibes, they offer Paris street crepes and specialty drinks while enjoying outdoor heaters and strung lights.
With pilot brews and building renovations under way, Covid isn’t stopping this huge project from happening.
the new Café Godot, with its simple menu and emphasis on takeout, is the concept for the moment.
One-of-a-kind breakfast spot Campfire Grill has a new location which means you have two spots to snag some of the best pancakes in town.