Born out of the West Side Bazaar, Rakhapura is now a one-stop shop for the most popular Americanized Asian dishes Downtown.
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 new Downtown taqueria is slinging authentic Mexican street tacos from recipes based on years of research in Mexico.
New owners Rita DiTondo and her husband have relaunched DiTondo’s as DiTondo — featuring a more open space, new menu and updated concept.
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.
In 1983 Mark Supples opened The Pink Flamingo on Allen and now the local icon is at it again with House of Charm.
Searching for something different to do during the day this summer? Head to the Naval and Military Park at Canalside!
While many places are closing shop, one thing that’s not canceled is the gorgeous street art that’s all around our beautiful city.
The new D’Avolio location downtown is perfection, centrally located on Main Street amid all the hustle and bustle of this born-again hotspot.
Photos by @colin_patrick for Step Out Buffalo When people come in from out of town, where do you take them for the ultimate Buffalo Experience? Pearl Street? Anchor Bar? (716) Food and Sport? Hutch’s? I’d like to suggest one place to add to that go-to list: Thin Man....
After months of delays and a lot of anticipation here at Step Out Buffalo, The Big Easy is finally open and serving up NOLA style eats.
Billy Club is set to offer a more refined, sit-down dining experience in Allentown starting this week.
No a stuffy maître d or snooty waiters here, Raclettes is more like a tavern with French food i.e. bistro.
“We’re a neighborhood space in the heart of the city that wants to go back to just being a neighborhood spot where you can come out for a family dinner.”
Chef-owner Brian Mahony has built his restaurant’s concept around looking ahead to America’s future, while acknowledging the past.
With a very affordable price tag this should be one of your first thoughts when thinking weekend indulgence.
When you think of comfort food, the old school Italian DiTondo’s should be one of the first places that comes to mind.
This ornate circa-1865 mansion in Allentown is also low-key one of the best fish fry spots in all of Western New York.