She had never been here before and reached out to the Convention and Visitors Bureau for guidance. They responded and helped her plan her weekend (and kudos to them for that service). Alexa has graciously allowed us to
Perhaps it's the very discomfort of the climate that makes Ukrainians delight in the outdoors. There's nothing like a walk down the banks of the icy Dnieper River to make one crave the comfort of delicate pierogi.
On Friday, February 18 grab your ration cards and head down to the Ukrainian Social Club for a ritual of late winter: Pierogi Love Night. Come eat the dumplings that are street foods in Ukraine and in the other countries of Eastern Europe. Resident chef, Mrs. H will have the windows of Buffalo's oldest Ukrainian social club steamed up from
The 3rd annual Beerology event will be taking place on April 9 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Buffalo Museum of Science. The event is a fundraiser for educational programming at the BMS and the Tifft Nature Preserve. This event has sold out every year, and tickets are going like hotcakes, so all you beer-lovers better hustle!
The event will feature home-brewing demonstrations, presentations by local beer experts, and plenty of beer sampling possibilities. So far, there are 18 beer vendors registered
The theme this year is "Bridging the Farm to Table Gap" meaning all farmers, restaurateurs, and related professionals will gather and build awareness of Western New York's agricultural products, their quality, and accessibility to restaurants and the food industry in general.
Since its inception in 1911, Rotary Club of Buffalo has donated more than $1 million in charitable grants through the Buffalo Rotary Foundation to address poverty, hunger, health, illiteracy and the environment in Western New York. Organizations such as Cradle Beach; Food Bank of WNY; Boys & Girls Clubs of Buffalo; Goodwill Industries; Rotary Rink and the Frank Lloyd Wright Rowing Boathouse - just to name a few - have benefited from such grants.
One of the main ways the Foundation raises funds is through its annual fundraising event, Wines of
The atmosphere inside the restaurant was very relaxing and inviting. The blue interior, spot lighting, and simple décor gave it the feel of an upscale bistro. Subtle details like the border of blue glass bottles along the ceiling and the full wall-sized chalkboard
One look at the extensive menu provides the
The source of our traffic has shifted
To step into Rohall's
It was only recently that Dolci opened a satellite location on Grant Street - a moved that apparently was partially designed to test the commerce waters of the deep West Side. Situated
Reed created this sauce with the intent of selling it and using the proceeds to help out the young people in his hometown, The Lehigh Valley, while also helping the local economy. For every bottle of "Over the Middle" sauce that is sold, fifty cents will be donated to The
Recently, QSR magazine and Pitney Bowes Business Insight conducted a survey of the top emerging restaurant markets in the country. The results of the survey consisted of ranking the top 40 cities for restaurant expansion in the year 2011. Not only was Buffalo among the cities listed, it just so happened to be at the top of its category.
The study broke the cities down into small-market, medium-market and large-market categories based
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BRO: I am aware that you make a Dancing Buffalo ice wine, but when did you decide to produce hard cider?
Carl Schmitter: I've been producing hard cider at Chateau Buffalo for four years now. The ice wine was actually an afterthought from making the hard cider. The ice wine is made from the same apples as the hard ciders.
For those who are not familiar with this type of cider, what can they expect?
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