Everything changed recently when a group of Ireland-born owners took over the old D’Arcy McGees and reopened it.
Food & Drink News
This brand-new craft beer destination features brews from the Western New York area and beyond.
The newest update at Tonawanda’s The Dome is Hen House, a Nashville hot chicken concept operating out of the Dome’s kitchen.
Born out of the West Side Bazaar, Rakhapura is now a one-stop shop for the most popular Americanized Asian dishes Downtown.
Located in a room attached to Caputi’s, Candyman offers wood-fired pizzas, craft beer, wine and a wide selection of whiskies.
The owners of the Salvatore restaurants recently opened The Humbert House in a historic building on Main Street that dates back to 1864.
At the new Guud & Evul Vegan Eats in Tonawanda, vegan food is definitely not taken too seriously. It’s even, dare we say, fun.
While we love to look back on the past year’s happenings, nothing compares to the excitement of what’s to come.
The space will include 20 taps with seltzers and local beers with seating for 100-plus inside.
The new Magic Bear Beer Cellar in Larkinville is looking to make us smarter, more sophisticated drinkers of craft beer.
Are you ever deciding where to go eat and just want to try someplace new? This guide is everything you need and more.
Chef-owner of the upscale restaurant Bacchus, Brian Mietus just opened a new fast-casual market on Chippewa.
There are pianos in bars and restaurants around WNY, but there isn’t a room dedicated to the piano like Bittersweet Piano Lounge.
The old Poster Art space on Elmwood got a new lease on life with the opening of Zio’s Deli and Heroes, inspired by iconic delis in NYC.
Whether it was for a birthday, a graduation or funeral, if you grew up in Hamburg, you probably went to the West End.
Channeling major French/Canadian vibes, they offer Paris street crepes and specialty drinks while enjoying outdoor heaters and strung lights.
The new Downtown taqueria is slinging authentic Mexican street tacos from recipes based on years of research in Mexico.
The newly unfurled Battle Flag Tavern is a craft cocktail bar meant to serve as a place to gather, stop and regroup.
Located in the old Vino’s on Elmwood, the new cafe bar is a natural extension of the butcher shop’s unique concept.
New owners Rita DiTondo and her husband have relaunched DiTondo’s as DiTondo — featuring a more open space, new menu and updated concept.
Development efforts are ramping up on the west side of the village of Hamburg and this new addition is luring people there.