From nature excursions to foodie finds, venturing to these lesser-known spots isn’t a bad way to spend the day – or the weekend!
Carte Blanche’s menu will be based on seasonally appropriate, locally sourced meat and produce with an emphasis on made in house.
New items mix with old and offer a great venue for all occasions.
Owners of what was once David’s closed down for a few months to redecorate and roll out the new concept.
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.
Buffalo’s OTHER beloved food tradition and where to get the best of the best south of the city.
Sadly, Buffalo Business First has confirmed rumors that Eckl’s restaurant in Orchard Park plans to close the doors at the end of the month (Sept. 26).
Your guide to experiencing the Erie County Fair without spending your life savings.
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.
The Press Box in Lackawanna has hidden gem of the Southtowns written all over it.
You can’t beat the atmosphere here on a fine summer evening with a beautiful sunset full view.
Public House of Buffalo has announced they will be taking over the recently closed Root Five in Hamburg.
The Mess Hall, “in the shadow of Our Lady of Victory Basilica,” is a collaborative effort by Joe Jerge of Mulbery Italian Ristorante, John Glavey of Brick Oven Bistro and Charles Goodspeed.
Now that the weather is a little less than balmy, we figured you could use some extra motivation to step out.
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.
The Buffalo Eggrolls are genius, far superior to their Asian cousins. With a little blue cheese dip, I could eat these all day.
After recently hearing good things about a resident soup expert, I decided it was time to stop overlooking and start tasting.
If you like the art of food, not how it looks but the artistry and creativity of combinations and cooking, you’re gonna like this place.