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Chow: Here, There and Everywhere

, located at
731 Main Street, is one venue I wish
I would have hit during Restaurant Week for their offering. Alas, I didn’t, but
luckily they will be hosting a slew of events in the upcoming months.

As Chow’s website says, they are the only true chocolatier in Buffalo, also choosing to
eliminate the use of artificial ingredients that equates to some awfully
delicious confections. And not only is there chocolate, but Chow also offers
organic free trade coffee and espresso, all served in biodegradable, environment-friendly
cups, and pastries and baked goods.

check out the chocolate, the coffee, the espresso and enjoy the live events
Chow has lined up. Here’s a list of notables happening in the near future:

Saturday night from 6:30-9:30PM
Open Mic with Josh Cage
Instrumental, Vocal, Poetry

Every Monday night from 7-10PM
Argentine Tango
First Monday hosted by Barbra Cavanaugh  
Other Mondays hosted by Travis Widrick
Practica with personalized instruction for $5 donation
See: Buffalo Tango X

Starting May 6th Every Wednesday night from 7-10PM
Salsa Lessons hosted by Sarah Hooper…Salsa for the Soul
Practica with personalized instruction for $5 donation
See: Salsa for the Soul 

April 24th-May 21st
Gallery showing of Bruce Philip Bitmead’s One times Two
With artist’s reception 5-8PM on Friday April 24th


will also be selling at these Farmers Markets:

Starting May 2nd
East Aurora Farmers market starts every Saturday 7AM-1PM

Starting May 9th
Elmwood Bidwell Farmers market starts every Saturday 8AM-1PM

Starting May 21st
Downtown Farmers Markets starts every Thursday 8AM-2PM

Starting May 23rd
Williamsville Farmers Market at the Mill starts every Saturday

Starting June 3rd
Roswell Park Farmers Market starts every Wednesday 11AM-2PM

Written by Carolyn Batt

Carolyn Batt

Carolyn Batt is a Buffalo marketing director by day and international traveler the rest of the time--although always returning to her home for the past 12 years in Allentown.

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