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BuffaMunch Delivers… on bike!

Over the next couple of minutes I want you to think of all of the great restaurants in Buffalo that don’t deliver food. Places like Kuni’s, Europa and Trattoria Aroma. Then think about all of the times that you are stuck at home on a weekend, flipping through the same ten delivery menus that have been sitting in your kitchen drawer for years. Not Chinese again… or pizza. Fortunately the limited menu days are over thanks to BuffaloMunch, a weekend bicycle food delivery service that has just launched in the city.

Now you can get just about anything you want in a speedy (and green) kinda way. Do you crave a Po Boy from Lagniappes? Or a fish fry from The Place? Maybe some barbecue from Fat Bob’s even. All you have to do is call the bike couriers at BuffaMunch and they will not only place the order for you, they will deliver it right to your door. They will even make trips to the convenience store if you ask nicely. For a flat $5 fee, you can call them up and they’ll take care of your needs. The service opens the doors to so many different culinary delivery options that it’s hard to know exactly where to start. So get those wheels turning and test out the latest offerings that Buffalo restaurants have to offer.

Downtown Buffalo, Elmwood Village, West Side, and Buffalo State College.

716-22-MUNCH(68624)

Hours are 8pm-5am Friday, 8pm-5am Saturday and 12-9pm Sunday.

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