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Dining Out for Life, WNY

On Tuesday, April 24, 2012, many WNY-area restaurants will be participaiting in the annual Dining Out for Life. When you eat at these locations a portion of your will be donated to help fight AIDS. Donations range from 20-100% and may be used on your breakfast, lunch, or dinner bill, depending on the restaurant.

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Sinful Nightclub and Restaurant Opens in Downtown Buffalo

Sinful Nightclub and Restaurant Opens in Downtown Buffalo

An industrial-themed interior has been combined with elegant casual dining to create a major entertainment destination in Downtown Buffalo.

Located at 334 Delaware Avenue, Sinful Nightclub and Restaurant occupies the first floor of a 6,400 square foot building.  The interior brings together the very best of Los Angeles and New York City to offer a nightlife experience unlike any other in Buffalo.  Custom-built design elements include a 50’ granite bar top, exposed vents and a unique, epoxy-coated concrete floor.  Wall space is made available to local artists looking for exposure outside a traditional art gallery.  Free off-street parking is available in a private lot to the rear of the building. 

Following a complete renovation, Sinful Nightclub features one of the longest bars (with wheelchair accessibility) in Buffalo.  The bar is open 4pm to 4am, Wednesday to Friday and 9pm to 4am on Saturdays.  It offers a range of draft beers a

Brick Oven’s French-trained Chef Brings a New Flavor to Buffalo’s Irish District

Brick Oven’s French-trained Chef Brings a New Flavor to Buffalo’s Irish District

Open less than two months, Brick Oven Bistro & Deli has already made an impact on Buffalo’s vibrant dining scene. The restaurant, located at 904 Abbott Road in South Buffalo, has quickly become known for its comfortable atmosphere, extensive craft beer and wine selection, and an incredible mix of tempting menu options.

Chef Andrew Murtha, who learned the trade under some of the best chefs in Buffalo and Philadelphia, is the man behind the menu. “Everything we do, we do well,” said Chef Murtha. “Everything is made from scratch and no one is going to be scared away by odd flavor combos. I encourage everyone to come in and try something new!”

Lagerhaus 95 Brings Good Food and Beer to the Arena District

Lagerhaus 95 Brings Good Food and Beer to the Arena District

If you are planning on going to an event at First Niagara Center, there is unfortunately a lack of good dining options within walking distance.  On top of that, the restaurants that we do enjoy (Swannie House, WJ Morrisey’s) are usually insanely packed in the time leading up to any event.  So when we first heard about Lagerhaus 95 and their gastro-pub style menu was opening right off Cobblestone on Perry St, we were pretty excited.  Everyone knows there are plenty of good restaurants in Allentown, North Buffalo and the Elmwood Village, but in this area of downtown Buffalo there is definitely a lack of quality.

Kung Food is a Welcome Addition to Main Street

Kung Food is a Welcome Addition to Main Street

Last weekend some friends and I went out to lunch on a mission for some fried chicken.  We originally were planning on going to Nette’s Fried Chicken but unfortunately they were closed, so we had to make a change of plans at the last minute.  So after a quick audible, we went down the street to the newly opened Kung Food (in-between Shango and Ming Cafe), a Japanese/Thai restaurant that’s also serving Bubble Tea.  We walked into the cafe on a Sunday afternoon and found a nice sized crowd.  The owner greeted us immediately and was very friendly throughout our entire meal.  They were excited to see some new faces and were excited to talk about their new restaurant and what they are trying to offer to the downtown area.  They also offered a $1 discount for our orders if we

Ruby Tuesday's Celebrating "Red Cross Month"

Ruby Tuesday's Celebrating "Red Cross Month"

BUFFALO, NY, March 19th, 2012 – March is Red Cross Month, and three area Ruby Tuesday’s Restaurants will be supporting the local Chapter through their “Community GiveBack Program” this week. From Tuesday, March 20th through Thursday, March 22nd, Ruby Tuesday’s Cheektowaga, Blasdell, and Lakewood locations will be donating 20% of customer’s bills to the American Red Cross, Serving Erie & Niagara Counties.

What:            Ruby Tuesday’s “Community GiveBack Program” supporting the American Red Cross – Ruby Tuesday’s three Western New York locations will donate 20% of customer’s bills to the American Red Cross, Serving Erie & Niagara Counties. Customers will need to present a flyer to their server, which can be printed at www.facebook.org/greaterbuffaloredcross.

Elm Street Bakery is Worth the Drive

Elm Street Bakery is Worth the Drive

Alli and I really really love East Aurora….there I said it.  As city residents there’s an unnecessary shame in admitting that you really like the suburbs, or at least certain aspects of the suburbs.  No, were not planning on settling down and having 2.5 kids, but the small village of East Aurora is incredibly cozy with several restaurants and shops that we really enjoy, add bars within walking distance and we’re sold.  This last Saturday was our second visit to Elm Street Bakery, the first was an impromptu visit based on curiosity after hearing all the buzz about the place.  Unfortunately, we had dinner plans later in the day, so we limited our first trip to just two slices of their wood fire pizza but promised that we’d return the following week.  After we finished our second meal there this weekend, Alli and I realized we have found a new favorite place to eat.