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.
With more than 22 years of experience in owning and operating several bars and restaurants in many prestigious cities, it’s no wonder that Tim Stevens, owner of the new Ballyhoo Links & Drinks, knows his stuff.
The best ways to get to know Buffalo’s grain elevators up close and personal.
We’ve decided it’s time to get to a whole bunch of restaurants that have great views, waterfront seating, fun patios…
A hidden gem in South Buffalo that has taken Buffalo’s Mexican food to the next level.
A “chippy” by description is a British noun meaning “fish-and-chip shop”. Obvious to the British, probably not so much for Americans.