The emphasis on scratch cooking is what made A Taste of Soul an underground success, and the new Elmwood location is booming.
Some of the spots on this list are well known and others are more hidden gems type places.
When it comes to mixing savory and sweet, there’s no better combination than Chicken & Waffles.
For all the night owls, here are some of our favorite late night food spots that are bringing you top notch meals for all your hungry needs.
New: Compass Run Digs into Southern Roots Offering Comfort Classics, Fresh Seafood, & Scratch-Made Cocktails
The menu at Compass Run is influenced by a love of fresh seafood, Southern comfort foods, and made-from-scratch cocktails.
We’re all about supporting women, so when we hear Buffalo being recognized for a women owned business, we’re here to tell you about it.
Buffalo’s food scene received some national recognition. This time it’s not for our wings though, but rather for our pasta!
Lloyal’s has its roots in homestyle cooking and that’s what you should expect: Food made with a lot of love and big portions.
Szn is all about the unexpected. When you can push boundaries, people start to see that you can’t judge a book by its cover.
Now let’s be clear that these spots are equally budget-friendly AND delicious. Another reason to love Buffalo – you can have it both ways.
Craving a bowl of comforting cheesy goodness or a specialty mac decked out with mix-ins and toppings? This guide won’t steer you wrong.
Brothers is based in the backgrounds of its owners but, the plan moving forward is to flex a bit more culinary technique.
Offering a chill bar for an after-work drink, approachable tavern food and a chance to sit and sing around a big piano, Days Park Tavern is a step in the direction of classic Allentown.
Often referred to as “comfort food,” soul food is a style of cuisine that ranges from buttery fried chicken to mouth-watering peach cobbler.
While there are a number of popular hits on the menu, the barbecue ribs ($18 half slab, $33 full slab) are the restaurant’s hottest item.
I want to do many things before I die — climb to the top of Machu Pichu, for example — but a bit more attainable than that is to try as many of the soups as I can at Danny’s Buffalo Cuisine.
When soup season hits in Western New York, we’ve got your back, and so do these fantastic soup spots around town.
Cheesy, creamy, carby…mac and cheese is one of humankind’s best creation. Here’s where to get the best of the best in WNY.
The true essence of Ramen is a umami broth explosion with a tangle of hearty wheat noodles ready for slurping.
Looking to warm up with a bowl of Phở? Here’s where to look for this Vietnamese soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, herbs, and meat.