This local day spa is all about prioritizing you. B Well Massage & Esthetics is focused on self-care and building relationships with every client who walks in.
The family-owned and operated garden center is open from April to October, and is jam-packed with an abundance of diverse plants and unique products that any plant-lover will enjoy.
Thanks to these rental options, getting on a SUP board is easier than ever these days.
Little Salmon wants to create a positive impact on the environment by using renewable and ethical resources.
Continuing your education is a major commitment, so it’s important to do everything you can to set yourself up for success. That’s exactly what Collegiate Village was designed for.
Ready, set, go! Boating in Buffalo is easy breezy thanks to this local boat sharing club.
The Buffalo Gift Emporium is a brand-new, locally owned-and-operated business that just opened a new storefront on Delaware Ave on June 19th.
It’s no secret that Buffalo has a ton of local gift shops— but Blue Rooster is truly a unique experience unlike any other.
Pink Lemonade in Amherst, is one of the first spas in the area to have a Geneo machine, providing them the opportunity to offer this trending treatment.
In WNY we have a lot of places to get great smoothies. Here’s a much-needed guide on where to get smoothies in Buffalo & WNY.
Who doesn’t love fresh flowers and road trips? This adorable pick-your-own-flowers farm in WNY is the perfect solution for lovers of both.
There are tons of garden walks to experience this summer across Buffalo and Western New York from the Southtowns to the Northtowns.
Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts look no further than Chestnut Ridge Park, which is located in Orchard Park, NY.
If you’re looking to truly transform and change your skin, this local medical spa in Williamsville is here to help.
Rent a kayak, take a kayak tour, or launch your own from various places in Western New York. Here’s a complete guide to kayaking in Buffalo.
Here’s a list of the best easy and advanced hikes, hour long walks, & hiking day trips around WNY’s waterfalls, gorges, forests, and valleys.
Lucky for us, there’s a surplus of trails in and around the city.
You’ve heard of popular spots like Delaware Park, but if you’re looking to explore some place new, here are some lesser known nature trails.
Putting on a pair of gloves for the first time can be exciting with the right motivators in your corner. If you’ve never tried boxing before, the team at Level Red Boxing is here to help.
This local metal shop is planning a parking lot party complete with craft beer, smoked BBQ, locally-made goods, special sales, giveaways, and more!
Biking is the prime outdoor activity for some leisure exercise and here in WNY, we are pretty lucky when it comes to bike trails.