The new D’Avolio location downtown is perfection, centrally located on Main Street amid all the hustle and bustle of this born-again hotspot.
It’s more than the cool stuff hanging on the walls and the motorcycles hanging outside, but that doesn’t hurt. Good beer and food helps…
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.
Chippewa has another new restaurant, this time focused around beer and bourbon.
The Essex Street Pub is a fantastic little hidden gem on the edge of the west side packed full of charm and good eats.
If I lived anywhere near this place I’d be ordering out from them at LEAST once a week no question.
Considering that this is a ramen bar in a small space with a pretty small kitchen, the menu is quite large – quite delicious too.
An instant success, satisfying the serious burger itch locals had endured for decades.
If you like good home-style food with a dash of creative upscale in a neighborhood diner/bar atmosphere then it doesn’t get much better than the Mess Hall.
From the coffee to the menu to the décor, Tipico aims to provide a high-quality product while acknowledging that sometimes you just want to grab a quick cup of coffee and bite to eat.
The taco game around here just got real, Buffalo.
Preservation Pub stands as a sign of the evolving contrasts of the Queen City and a must-stop-in during any trip to Allentown.
Go early, bring cash, grab napkins.
With most of Main Street spiffed up and ready to rock, D’Avolio Kitchen on Main has finally opened their doors.
Eddie Brady’s redo fits right in with the rest of what is becoming one of Buffalo’s hottest areas with the opening of Marco’s Deli, Toutant, Marble and Rye,
Taisho Bistro is an Izakaya, an informal Japanese drinking establishment that serves food and caters to the after-work crowd.
Mac’s on Hertel is perfect for a long list of occasions like family dinner, catch a game, a weeknight bite, weekends ’til wee hours, date night or a chardonnay on the patio.
There will be beer. There will be wurst. There will be good times and garage doors.
Sun Restaurant offers Western New Yorkers an Asian food experience like no other restaurant in town.
Next time I go I’m going to conquer the Five…because nothing screams bucket list like peanut butter and bacon on a cheeseburger.