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Like one of their 99 Whiskeys, The Terrace just gets better with age.

One of the best location to enjoy fall this October, will be The Terrace in Delaware Park.

Embrace sweater season in Buffalo while enjoying a gorgeous view of Hoyt lake and the change of foliage; taste a seasonal menu created by new Head Chef Bruce Wieszala and sample one or more of their 99 Whiskey’s (all priced at $7/single); plus, enjoy live Jazz every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night.

Chef Bruce Wieszala’s culinary resume includes popular local restaurants like Tabree, Bourbon & Butter, Carmelo’s & Thin Man Brewery. Outside of Buffalo Chef Bruce has worked & trained in some of Atlanta’s most awarded restaurants including Emeril’s, James Beard Awarded JEOL, Woodfire Grill, 5 Star Mobil rated Seeger’s and James Beard nominated restaurant Eugene.

Highlights from the new menu include: the Smoked Duck breast with roasted pear salad, butternut squash, preserved cherries, walnuts and whole grain mustard. Also the playful Terrace version of “Fish & Chips” which is actually a pan roasted trout stuffed with blue crab slaw, baked apple and fingerling chips. Of course Bruce is making his house made cured meats and pates, other small plates include Grilled Octopus with paella rice & roasted tomatoes; Roasted heirloom carrots with ricotta, pistachio butter and honey; and Fritto Misto with shrimp, calamari, lemon, olives, chilies and lemon vinaigrette.


Bar Manager and Master Mixologist Hunter Bradshaw has concocted a new line of Seasonal Cocktails like our “Autumn Sangria” with Cognac, Grand Marnier, Cider, White Wine, fresh fruit and spices.

Cider Fest

Saturday October 13th The Terrace is hosting the areas first Cider Fest with tastings of 2 dozen hard ciders, craft cocktails and beers, House made sausages from Chef Bruce, Pastries by Camille, Duke’s Famous Cider Donuts, family friendly activities, music, fresh Cider Press and produce market. Admission is free and tastings for $15 includes your glass.

Live Jazz

The Terrace has teamed up with Jazz Buffalo to feature some of the city’s best Jazz musicians at The Terrace every Friday Night, Saturday Night & Sunday’s Jazz Brunch Starting September 28th.

The Terrace is for Whiskey Lovers

Newly expanded whiskey list includes 99 Bourbons, Ryes, Scotches, Craft Whiskey, Japanese, Irish & Canadian Whiskeys, all priced at $7 for a single, $13 for a double, $20 flights. The list includes:

  • Bulleit
  • Pappy Van Winkle
  • Blanton’s
  • Whistle Pig
  • McCallan Single Malt Scotch

Whiskey Wednesdays

As if that weren’t enough, starting this week and running every Wednesday this fall, The Terrace will feature flights and tastings of top shelf favorites you’ll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. Kicking things off this Wednesday will be a trio from the world’s most award-winning distillery, Buffalo Trace. Selections include: 
  • Old Rip Van Winkle 10 Year: A sweet vanilla nose with caramel, pecan and oak wood. Smooth, mellow flavor consisting of robust wheat, cherries and oak. Features a long, smoky wheat finish with hints of fruit, spice and oak tannins.
  • Van Winkle Family Reserve Rye: A soft nose of chestnuts, spice, vanilla and fruit. Features flavors of cocoa, vanilla, spice, and white pepper. A long, warm and complex finish with caramel and spice combined with dry oak.
  • Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey:This deep amber whiskey has a complex aroma of vanilla, mint and molasses. Pleasantly sweet to the taste with notes of brown sugar and spice that give way to oak,  toffee, dark fruit and anise. This whiskey finishes long and smooth with serious depth.

Tastings available ’til it’s gone, so make your reservations today.

The Terrace at Delaware Park is located at 199 Lincoln Parkway in Buffalo.  716-886-0089.  Reservations are suggested. 

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