Whether you’re a beginner looking to immerse yourself in a new weekend activity, or a seasoned veteran on the prowl for a new ride, this series is made for you.
The food is delicately flavorful without relying on overpowering seasoning or heat to generate interest. Throw in a nice portion of family and friendly and I just can’t see how one could go wrong eating here.
Don’t worry Williamsville, you get a reclaimed wood-filled brewery too.
What are you waiting for? Get in on Operation 90 Days, the JCC’s version of The Biggest Loser!
If I lived anywhere near this place I’d be ordering out from them at LEAST once a week no question.
We kicked off this series with the best places in the Southtowns to find top-notch beef on weck sandwiches. If you haven’t reviewed that list or need a refresher, click here. Below is a list of some eateries in the Northtowns region of Western New York who serve...
Taisho Bistro is an Izakaya, an informal Japanese drinking establishment that serves food and caters to the after-work crowd.
If you’re craving wood-fired pizza or some quality Italian in a laid-back atmosphere enjoyable for both kids and adults, this is the perfect stop.
If you’re a beer fan, a sausage fan, a French fry fan and/or a European style bar fan, you’ll enjoy Moor Pat.
They put as much effort into their food and service as they do their beer list. They have 100 beers on tap.
Red Pepper is a Chinese and Vietnamese restaurant right by the Boulevard Mall in Amherst.
The exciting new Moor Pat craft beer bar is offering locals an extensive selection of local and international beers seven days a week.
Standing there on the dock, anticipation brimming to the edges, we couldn’t wait. Kayaks seem to be everywhere lately.
Time to head to the canal, find a spot in the sun, sit back and relax, Dockside.