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Ruby Tuesday GiveBack Program to Benefit the Buffalo Zoo

Buffalo, NY– Hungry as a wolf? Head to Ruby Tuesday to fill up with a delicious meal and support the wildlife at the Buffalo Zoo at the same time! From Tuesday, November 15 to Thursday, November 17, Ruby Tuesday will donate 20% of your meal purchase to the Zoo.

Ruby Tuesday Restaurants has a history of giving back to local communities. Other organizations that have benefited from the GiveBack program include the Buffalo Film Festival, the March of Dimes in Northeastern New York and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

In order to participate, simply dine at the Ruby Tuesday restaurant located at 1669 Walden Avenue on one of these days and provide the code G160911204. This is a great way to enjoy some fantastic food and give back to your community at the same time. The Buffalo Zoo thanks you for your support!

Kids Get “Treated” at North Buffalo Applebee’s

Kids Get “Treated” at North Buffalo Applebee’s

Before the trick-or-treating begins, the Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar restaurant on 2656 Delaware Avenue, in Buffalo invites kids 10 and under to put on their costumes and enjoy a free meal on Halloween, Monday, October 31.

On Halloween only, children can choose one free entrée from the following options on the Kids Menu:

Bertha's Diner: Best Breakfast in Buffalo?

Bertha's Diner: Best Breakfast in Buffalo?

When a restaurant only takes cash and is open for only a few short hours a day, they better offer some good food to back up the hassle.  We’ve eaten at places that basically turn away customers but in almost all of those cases the food justified the trouble. 

When driving down Hertel Ave you could easily drive by Bertha’s and not even realize it.  Hertel is packed with endless dining options, yet it’s the restaurant that sticks out the least that really impressed our dining party for late breakfast/lunch on a Saturday.

Authentic and Cheap Middle Eastern Cuisine at Shish Kabob Express

Authentic and Cheap Middle Eastern Cuisine at Shish Kabob Express

I have to give credit where credit is due, I had absolutely no idea that Shish Kabab Express existed until I read Rachel Fix Dominguez’s review on Buffalo Spree’s website this week.  I’ve been dying for a good Shawirma (no thats not a typo, that’s how it’s spelled on their menu) since returning from Europe and hearing that Shish Kabab Express was serving a pretty authentic meal and it was less then $4 for a sandwich, I was sold.  So as a celebration of my last day at my old job, Alli and I decided drive down to Hertel Avenue to get some Middle Eastern cuisine.

Authentic Ukrainian Eats Every Friday for Lunch

Authentic Ukrainian Eats Every Friday for Lunch

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church's Friday Kitchen
308 Fillmore Ave., Buffalo, NY 14206
Open Friday’s – 11:00AM-3:00 PM

This place is truly one of the hidden gems of B-F.  The food is out of this world and is as authentic as it gets.

If you are looking for something different to do for lunch on a Friday, this is the place. It is not that far from downtown and the Fillmore/Smith exit of the I-190.

Check out the menu after clicking read more.

You can also call ahead with your order: 716.852.1908

Live it up in Nearby London, Ontario

Live it up in Nearby London, Ontario

 

Welcome to London, the Forest City! For those of you who are not familiar with this nearby Ontario destination, London is a vibrant community that successfully mixes beautiful tree-lined streets with a wide variety of entertainment, dining and shopping options. 

London will entertain you, wine and dine you, educate, clothe, relax and heal you. And, London’s spectacular museums will take you back in time and provide a glimpse of the city’s rich history and traditions.

Law Enforcement to Serve Patrons Not Tickets at North Buffalo Applebee’s

Law Enforcement to Serve Patrons Not Tickets at North Buffalo Applebee’s

Local law enforcement officials will be on-hand at the Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar restaurant in Buffalo, NY from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.on Thursday, September 29, but they won’t be enforcing laws or serving up tickets.  Instead, the officers will be serving Applebee’s customers all to raise funds for Special Olympics athletes in New York State. More than 40 Applebee’s locations across the state will participate in Law and Orders night.

Officers will join forces with employees of the Buffalo Applebee’s located at 2656 Delaware Avenue, and assist servers and hosts by performing their various tasks. In return, Applebee’s customers will have the option to tip the officers, directly benefitting the more than 51,000 Special Olympics athletes in New York State.