From murals to food and drink options, South Buffalo is getting better and better by the day.
You might recognize the name Cantina 62, and it would be because they previously had a location on the corner of Ridge Road and South Park Avenue in Lackawanna.
They say Americans don’t know their neighbors anymore, and if that’s true, then maybe the loss of corner taverns like Adolf’s is part of the reason why.
If you’re looking for peace and quiet you should visit on a rainy day. This place is loud and busy pretty much all day long, and for good reason.
In our quest to try all the brunches, we went to Brick Oven Bistro & Deli one fine Sunday afternoon. These are our stories.
From the Brits who brought you English Pork Pie Company and The British Chippy comes Parker’s Pitch Bar.
Many people shout from the rooftops that Nine-Eleven Tavern has the best wings they’ve ever tasted…here’s our experience.
Free admission to 10 museums in Western New York on Sept. 26 (yes, free)
Update Aug 2015: The Ward is now open for lunch Monday - Saturday at 11 am and Sunday at noon. As we reported last month, Riverworks is going to be expanding over the coming months and the newest feature set to open at the multi-use facility is a casual dining...
Part festival, part art gallery, part performance recital and part rave – City of Night is unlike any other event in Buffalo.
Now open for food, drink and a whole bunch of other good stuff.
Next time you’re out biking around, make the Old Neighborhood your final destination and we promise you won’t be bored…or hungry…or thirsty.
Whether you want to do a street art treasure hunt or admire some of the Buffalo’s finest displays of creativity, get your cameras ready.
There’s a reason Conlon’s is a favorite South Buffalo staple – and now it’s officially back and still just as delicious.
The Blackthorn Restaurant & Pub is the quintessential South Buffalo pub – quaint, charming and welcoming. To me it represents much of what is great about Buffalo and our quality of life.
It’s hard to deny that Buffalo is having a moment right now and the latest resurrection of an architectural treasure can be found in South Buffalo.
With only four chances to check it out, the first being in only a few short days, you’d better clear your schedule or notify your date of the change in plans.
We’ve been “reviewing” (for lack of a better term) restaurants/food trucks/cafes/bars/breweries for about a year and a half now and we’re loving every minute.
If you’re looking for a meal with a some real atmosphere and a side of history then the Swannie House is calling your name.
At first glance you might think the British Chippy a bit of an odd duck- an English fish and chips shop on the edge of the South Buffalo brown fields in an old warehouse.
The arrival of the Stevens’ and their passion for damn good cocktails brings a whole new dimension to the Buffalo bar scene.