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Podcast – The Buffalo Effect: Harry Zemsky – No Mo’ Napkins

Episode 06

Harry Zemsky, the brain behind Food Truck Tuesdays in Larkin Square, sits down with The Buffalo Effect to explain how a crazy Slovakian guy helped him realize his passion for food. He tells us about some of his new projects The Angelica Tea RoomThe Swan Street Diner, and we embarrass him with a blast from the past. For more information on Food Truck Tuesdays and all the cool things going on down at Larkin Square visit larkinsquare.comClick here to listen.

The Buffalo Effect shares the stories from a rust belt city that picked itself up, brushed itself off and learned how to shine again. We talk to interesting people who call Buffalo home and have impacted this re-emerging city. Click here for more episodes. The Buffalo Effect is produced by Michelle Levitt at the Too Much Neon Studio and engineered by John Ceglia at Cameleon Communications in Buffalo, New York.


Food Truck Tuesdays

Food Truck Tuesday runs April 11th, 2017  through October 3, 2017 from 5 pm – 8pm

From Larkin Square: Every Tuesday in Larkin Square dozens of food trucks from Buffalo, Rochester and beyond come together to celebrate a night of food, music and fun! Enjoy live music on The Boardwalk plus beer, wine and other beverages offered by Larkin Square at locations throughout the Square. Additional Food Trucks and carts are parked at Flying Bison Brewery located a short walk down the street from Larkin Square.  Guests are welcome to bring food truck purchased food to enjoy inside The Hydraulic Hearth Restaurant & Brewery, Flying Bison Brewing Co. and BFLO Distilling, all on Seneca Street. This is a very popular event, so be sure to look for free parking (courtesy of KeyBank and Independent Health) in the Larkin Development Group lots. For extra convenient parking we offer, $5 preferred parking in the ramp adjacent to Larkin Square beginning at 5:15pm. Enter off Hydraulic Street to access the parking ramp. Guests are welcome to bring a folding chair or picnic blanket. Sorry, no pets, smoking, or outside food or beverages are allowed.

Click here for this week’s truck lineup.
Click here for more parking information, including a map.
Click here for a searchable guide to the food trucks by The Buffalo News

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The Buffalo Effect shares the stories from a rust belt city that picked itself up, brushed itself off and learned how to shine again. We talk to interesting people who call Buffalo home and have impacted this re-emerging city.

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