Everything changed recently when a group of Ireland-born owners took over the old D’Arcy McGees and reopened it.
If you are looking for a way to immerse yourself in a more green environment, we know just the spot.
Born out of the West Side Bazaar, Rakhapura is now a one-stop shop for the most popular Americanized Asian dishes Downtown.
The space will include 20 taps with seltzers and local beers with seating for 100-plus inside.
The new gift shop carries hostess gifts, gifts for babies, wedding gifts, birthday gifts and Buffalo-themed gifts for any occasion.
The new Magic Bear Beer Cellar in Larkinville is looking to make us smarter, more sophisticated drinkers of craft beer.
The best winter date nights are spent among sparkling city lights and snow-flake filled sidewalks and Downtown Buffalo is perfect for it.
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.
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.
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.
Big Big Table is based on a concept done by similar restaurants across the country. Here’s how it works…
On our lunchtime visit our grilled-crisp corn tortillas were fat with taco fillings, spicy and hot.
The taproom will feature a from-scratch food menu that incorporates beer in multiple items.
With good drinks, food and quality entertainment, this is the place to pull your fun side out of cryogenic storage.
Over the past few years, Canalside has become the epicenter of the revitalization taking place in the city of Buffalo. We are thrilled to announce there has been another unique addition to the waterfront!
Headed down to the Buffalo Theater District and looking for a good place to grab a bite? Sure you are.
In 1983 Mark Supples opened The Pink Flamingo on Allen and now the local icon is at it again with House of Charm.