Everything changed recently when a group of Ireland-born owners took over the old D’Arcy McGees and reopened it.
Headed down to the Buffalo Theater District and looking for a good place to grab a bite? Sure you are.
Regardless of what type of craft drinker you are: The new self-serve Pour Taproom in downtown Buffalo will suit you.
The menu includes plenty of seafood, roast pork, chicken, and beef. It is laced with all sorts of exciting island dishes.
We suspect we’ll be hearing a lot of good things about this kitchen and Chef Allie Demers in the near future.
One of the newest signs of Chippewa’s evolution is the opening of Frankie Primo’s +39, which serves refined, modern takes on Italian classics.
Imagine the Ferry Building in San Francisco or Gotham West in NYC. Maybe on a smaller scale to start but who knows. That’s what Sinatra and Company Real Estate has in mind…
While Encore is best known for after hours entertainment, it has a lot going for it. Sushi is one of those things.
The menu is an appealing conglomeration of dishes with an emphasis placed on premium ingredients and creative cooking. Not a focus on the type or region of cuisine.
Located at 5 E. Huron Street, the Art Deco-style Oshun is the sister restaurant to Guarino’s highly-successful New Orleans-style bistro Shango.