After visiting for brunch, I can say one thing for sure: Falley Allen should not just be known for its bro-downs.
Neat features bottomless mimosas and bloodies and a full brunch and lunch menu on Sundays.
Did you know there are several build-your-own Bloody Mary bars around town that will totally rock your world?
We tried the inaugural brewers brunch at Resurgence’s Chicago Street location. Here’s what we thought…
@buffalobrunch says, “add it to the rotation.”
But for real, let’s tip our hats to Fresh Catch Poke Co. as a restaurant before I dive into their brunch.
Having spent many late nights at Misuta Chows just throwing back a couple pops with my homies, I was stoked when my good friend and colleague asked if I wanted to partake in a little Sunday Funday action to enjoy their newly implemented brunch.
The Draft Room at The Labatt Brewhouse has transformed a street corner of the Cobblestone District in Downtown Buffalo into a sprawling beauty of brick, steel, and glistening glass garage doors.
There are only a few spots in Buffalo that can transport you to another place when considering the quality of the food and beverage program and the overall atmosphere.
You might recognize the name Cantina 62, and it would be because they previously had a location on the corner of Ridge Road and South Park Avenue in Lackawanna.
It’s not often that we come across a locally-owned restaurant that serves the public 24/7, but when we do, we expect that their menu shifts gears at some point past 10pm to lighten the load on the kitchen.
Opened in late summer 2018, the Alchemy concept was born from a visit to New Orleans wine bar Bacchanal.
In 2018 The Terrace at Delaware Park, located inside Marcy Casino across from Albright-Knox Art Gallery, made the announcement that the ever-talented Bruce Wieszala was joining their team as executive chef.
Amy’s Place has been drawing in the crowds forever because of one word – variety.
A sugar-lover, a carnivore, and a gluten-lover walk into Buffalo’s first exclusively plant-based cafe…
First of all, Cafe 59’s appetizer lineup is one of the best in town, so you gotta start there even though it’s not part of the brunch menu.
My suggestion? Go to this brunch with a group of four or more, you’re going to want all of it!
You want to put hot sauce on your french toast? Sophia’s. Syrup on your eggs? Sophia’s. Onion rings in your bloody mary? Oh, wait. Sophia’s thought of that before you did!
Think of the best grilled cheese sandwich you’ve ever had…
You know those days when you wake up in the morning and immediately know what you want to eat? Bertha’s is the answer to your cravings.
As brunch continues to have its moment in Western New York, we thought it would be fun to reminisce specifically on the most memorable brunch dishes we tried this year.