From Buffalo classics to new faves, these restaurants are the perfect backdrop for your next special occasion.
There are plenty of great reasons to plan a mini (or not so mini) staycation in Buffalo this year. Check out some of our favorite places for some serious inspiration.
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, an anniversary, an accomplishment, or just feel like treating your special someone to a nice meal, these are the best romantic restaurants to do just that.
Listen up, Buffalovebirds! There’s never a bad time to get romantic with your partner. Consider this your friendly reminder!
If your Valentine is the type who expects nothing but the best, you might want to get going on making reservations. Like, now.
On this guide you’ll find wine bars, craft cocktail places, old school ambiance, modern masculine spaces, great service, and more.
If you’re looking to splurge a little, these spas are going all out when it comes to their luxury amenities and services.
Stuck in the same old winter routine but can’t commit to a full blown getaway? Well we know just the solution: a winter staycation.
From the lighting and decor down to the curated menu options, the atmospheres in these places are simply immaculate.
All of these seasonal changes brings a whole new list of adorable dates to go on before #winteriscoming.
Luckily for you, places all across WNY want to treat you to some birthday freebies to help make your day extra special.
While most places are accepting of groups of eight or so people, for larger groups, this can be a little tricky to find.
The menu at Bidwell will be seasonal and focused on local ingredients to create a nine-course tasting menu.
Every now and then, a certain occasion calls for a night of fine dining where your local bar just simply won’t do.
If you are looking for a chance to step back in time and enjoy a drink behind closed doors, now’s your chance.
Planning a romantic date night or simply in the mood for a juicy steak? Here’s your guide to Steakhouses in WNY.
The owners of the Salvatore restaurants recently opened The Humbert House in a historic building on Main Street that dates back to 1864.
These boutique hotels, inns, and bed and breakfasts perfectly pair the charm of the past and modern necessities.
Operating in the farm-to-table milieu, Harvest is aiming to meet world-class standards while focusing on local ingredients.