Carte Blanche’s menu will be based on seasonally appropriate, locally sourced meat and produce with an emphasis on made in house.
An instant success, satisfying the serious burger itch locals had endured for decades.
Chef Brad Rowell is about to put Hamburg on the map with The Grange Community Kitchen.
Butera’s in Hamburg is now open serving craft beer and craft pizza. Butera’s is sporting a brand-spankin’ new brick oven and they are also boasting plenty of new menu items.
It’s time to see for yourself if the many, many legends of the spooky South Towns are true – and have fun while you’re at it.
Buffalo’s OTHER beloved food tradition and where to get the best of the best south of the city.
Looking for a solid choice with a casual atmosphere, some bar crowd, a good view and good food then Lucia’s is a sound choice.
Andrew Murtha is a self-proclaimed burger fanatic and he thinks Hamburg, “Birthplace of the Burger” deserves a great burger joint.
Remember when thirty cent wings was a thing before the rest of the world was enlightened? So do we.
You can’t beat the atmosphere here on a fine summer evening with a beautiful sunset full view.
Former Tempo Executive Chef Andrew Murtha has inked a deal with the owners of Buffalo Street Grill and Bistro in the Square to come on board to oversee operations.
Spring is upon us and with it comes a whole slew of worthy events to look forward to.
Let’s all hope and pray that the sub-zero temps of February 2015 are behind us, and winter weekends from here on out will be spent outside, frolicking in the snow, enjoying winter activities that we all know and love, but will not risk our fingers to frostbite.
Whatever the artsy craft you’re interested in learning more about, somewhere in Western New York there’s a class waiting for you and your impressionable mind.
Public House of Buffalo has announced they will be taking over the recently closed Root Five in Hamburg.
Check out these local brewery tours for a behind the scenes look at beer-making and the chance to nerd-out on all-things-beer.
This is the fifth and final installment of my five part series on eating chicken wings in Western New York.
Putting together a list of the best places in Western New York for chicken wings is quite the challenging task.
Compiling a list of the best chicken wings in Western New York is a challenging task.
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