Food Porn: Buffalo Street Grill

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I’ve driven by Buffalo Street Grill plenty of times…  Just passing by I always assumed that it was another bar/restaurant…some place that had wings, fingers, and typical pub style foods.  I was way off.  This place actually had a really nice menu and great food.

Using one of the coupons that we bought (a $10 certificate that cost us 80 cents), Alli and I decided to finally try it out.  The place was smaller then I thought; the dining room had maybe 7 tables and the bar was packed.  The service was a little shabby.  The waitress was a bit rude and forgot about us, however, the quality of food made up for it.

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I started with a very affordable and very good cup of Roasted Red Pepper Bisque (Sweet red pepper puree with a hint of cream … $2)

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For an appetizer we had Bocconcini Bites ($5.50), which are basically cubes of fried mozzarella.  The bites were really good, crunchy and melting on the inside but the choice of ketchup ‘drizzle’ on the plate was weird.

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Alli decided to go with something a bit different and ordered the Gorgonzola Chicken (sauteed and topped with gorgonzola cream, red peppers + sun dried tomatoes…$14).  She loved it…even the rice that came with it.  Normally rice is not something she would order (the waitress did not give her a choice in sides) but it turned out to be really good.


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I decided to go for something that was safe and I ordered myself the Turkey Ciabatta (Boars Head turkey, provolone, banana peppers, field greens and basil mayo on ciabatta ….$7.50).  The sandwich was great, it was almost like a melt and the banana peppers gave it an awesome crunch.

The overall verdict; awesome food and building.  The service was lack luster, but the prices were average and worth a visit. Or two.

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