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Mike A's Raises the Bar for Fine Dining in Buffalo

Mike A's Raises the Bar for Fine Dining in Buffalo

I’ve had over 300 meals in Western New York and while several were very good this meal was excellent and convinced me that a change is coming.  What Mike Andrzejewski and Chef Edward Forster have brought to Buffalo is a true fine dining experience that stands alone and will hopefully set the bar for the area’s best restaurants.

Go Veggies Cafe & Mini Market Opens in Elmwood Village

Go Veggies Cafe & Mini Market Opens in Elmwood Village

Go Veggies Cafe & Mini Market, a new restaurant focused on improving and maintaining the health and well being of the Western New York community through healthy food options, has opened in Buffalo’s Elmwood Village. The new eatery, owned and operated by Genga Ponnampalam, is located at 264 Bryant St., just steps from Elmwood Avenue. The cafe also serves as a retail location for Go Veggies products.

FroYo Culture Offers a New Way to Cool Down

FroYo Culture Offers a New Way to Cool Down

Alli and I love frozen yogurt.  Ever since our first tastes of Pinkberry in NYC we have been hooked.  We’ve continued our enjoyment locally with Yogen Fruz, sure it’s not as good (and has gone downhill lately) but it still can hit the spot on a hot day.  Luckily, in the last month Williamsville has seen a couple new local frozen yogurt places pop up, FroYo Culture and Yo Betty.  While running some errands last week, Alli and I decided to stop by FroYo Culture after hearing some good things about the place and I’m glad we did.

Buffalo Eats' Guide to WNY's Summer Food Festivals

Buffalo Eats' Guide to WNY's Summer Food Festivals

Summer is almost here and there are a lot of festivals coming up.  Here is a round up of all the events going on in Buffalo.  We’ll update the list as we find out more information.  Plan your summer schedules accordingly!!

The Sweetest Food Truck in Buffalo

The Sweetest Food Truck in Buffalo

This year we’ve seen Buffalo’s Food Truck scene continue to grow and we’ve been trying to keep up, last month we finally made our way to Cheesy Chick and Pizza Amore, and last weekend we hit up The Sweet Hearth.  The Sweet Hearth is different from other Food Trucks in Buffalo as they only offer desserts and they often are paired up with other food trucks for lunch or dinner.  We visited them while they were parked in front of the Darwin Martin house during the Parkside home tour on a nice sunny Sunday afternoon.

Buffalo Bites Food Tours Set to Explore the Tastes of Elmwood Village

Buffalo Bites Food Tours Set to Explore the Tastes of Elmwood Village

A new three-hour walking tour of restaurants and food-related shops in Buffalo’s historic Elmwood Village is set to kick off this month. These unique tours, offered at 11 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday, will include six stops, lots of great food and even a side order of Buffalo history.

Buffalo Bites Food Tours is the brainchild of Buffalo native Laura Reed, who discovered the uniqueness and excitement of a great food tour almost by accident.

The Cheesy Chick a Welcome Addition to Buffalo's Food Truck Scene

The Cheesy Chick a Welcome Addition to Buffalo's Food Truck Scene

The Cheesy Chick has been roaming the streets of Buffalo for the last four weeks but since they primarily only serve during lunch time, we haven’t had a chance to visit the truck.  When I woke up on Saturday morning to see their tweet about being on Amherst St at 464 Gallery, Alli and I knew we couldn’t miss it.  I won’t lie, I was nervous about the food on the truck.  It’s nothing against the team working inside the truck, but it has taken every Buffalo food-truck a few weeks to get their food right and some of the early reviews of The Cheesy Chick were mixed.