From restaurants, to cafes, to bars, there are plenty of places to eat within a few minutes of the Buffalo Niagara Airport.
Searching for something different to do during the day this summer? Head to the Naval and Military Park at Canalside!
Located in a large glass atrium at the foot of the Seneca One tower, the new beer garden has a small bar, tables for seating.
From restaurants, to cafes, to bars, there are plenty of places to eat within a few minutes of the Key Bank Center and Canalside.
From fine dinning to cafe atmospheres, there are plenty of places to eat within a few minutes of the ballpark.
Club Marcella will still hold drag shows on Friday nights, but the new club is meant to have a broader appeal.
Chicken parm just doesn’t hit like it used to, thankfully, Blue Cave will be a departure from classic Italian-American formula.
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 Larkinville location of Toasted will offer all of the same menu items as the original, offering a modern fare.
New: Uncle Jumbo’s Tasting Room is Your Neighborhood Corner Bar Stirring Up Cocktails and Conversations
Uncle Jumbo’s is a place where people can come in, converse, meet other people, like the old neighborhood corner bar.
New: Get to Know Both Established & Local Artists in the Interactive Space of The C. Stuart and Jane H. Hunt Gallery
The new C. Stuart and Jane H. Hunt Gallery is ushering in this brave new art world by being more interactive and approachable.
Using the confines of the City of Buffalo for this list, the following places located in the city limits are eateries that are known to be pretty popular in Buffalo.
New: Jacks Corner Cafe Brings Espresso Drinks with a Touch of Puerto Rican Culture to Downtown Buffalo
The centerpiece of any cafe is its coffee and at the new Jacks Corner Cafe, the beans come from Puerto Rico.
When you buy and wear or display vintage items, it’s a visceral way of tapping into experiences that can feel personal.
Brothers is based in the backgrounds of its owners but, the plan moving forward is to flex a bit more culinary technique.
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.