The Silo

Before Adam Richman brought the Travel Channel show Man Vs. Food to Lewiston and filmed himself shoving a large Haystack in his face, I had never heard of The Silo. In fact, I wasn’t very familiar with Lewiston in general. This was still in the early years of Buffalo Eats. We don’t travel out to...
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Pizza Works Etc

Occasionally, we’ll go to a restaurant, take some pictures and wait for a revisit to write a proper review. We try to get a wide of a selection of a menu so that our review is fair and offers a true representation of what a place has to offer. This post about Pizza Works Etc...
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Yum Yum’s Pizzeria

We’ve lived in Cheektowaga for almost five months now and we’ve accepted the fact that our local dining options will never be as good as when we lived in Allentown. It’s not all bad out here in the 14225, but there’s not a lot of good. What I didn’t expect however, was how difficult it...
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Beers, Burgers and Cheese

A couple weeks ago we took a short trip up to Londonderry, Vermont to attend the wedding of our old graphic designer (and Alli’s sister) Lauren. The town is somewhat remote, which meant our dining and drinking options were limited. There’s the big ski resort in town (Stratton), which had several bars and restaurants but...
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Vera Pizzeria previews new Summer Menu

On Tuesday we were lucky enough to be invited to Vera Pizzeria’s Summer Menu Preview Dinner. The evening consisted of four courses (each course was 2 dishes each plus a few extras) that showcased new appetizers, entrees, pizzas and cocktails that they would be unveiling on Tuesday, July 8th. We tried about nine new dishes...
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Duke’s Donuts

I should start off this blog post by saying that we still love Paula’s Donuts more than any other donut shop in WNY. That said, if you bite into a freshly cooked donut from a Duke’s Donut stand and don’t think it’s the best thing in the world (at least, at that moment).. well, you’re...
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Betty Crockski

I’ll admit that even we can fall into routines when we go out to eat. When we show up to Larkin Square on Tuesdays and look at the sea of people and endless food truck options, we tend to stick to our favorites. We still have four or five food trucks that we need to...
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Black Iron Bystro

If you live in the city of Buffalo, it seems like there are exciting restaurants opening every week. And there’s even more coming this summer. But for those who live and eat in the burbs and don’t like making a 15 minute car ride into the city, there’s less to look forward to. Blasdell is...
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British Chippy

It is no secret that we have been big fans of The English Pork Pie Company for a long time now. In 2011, news came out that Damian and Vicki Parker were buying their current South Buffalo factory and wanted to turn the area into ‘Little Britain’. They mentioned a British pub, Fish and Chip...
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CRaVing Restaurant

When making our Buffalo Eats Approved list, we realized there were a lot of restaurants that were long overdue for an updated review. Considering there will soon be an avalanche of restaurant openings this Summer/Fall, it’s a good time for us to catch up on our backlog. These next couple of days we’ll be writing...
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BreadHive

BreadHive is the newest member of the Buffalo Eats Approved club, and for good reason…they are really kicking ass. The bakery has only been open for a couple months but their popularity has exploded. Their bread can now be found at the Lexington Co-op, Farmers and Artisans, Guercio and Sons and several local farmers markets...
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The Griffon Pub

There are a ridiculous amount of restaurants opening in the next six months. So many that we had to write a whole post about it. But for the previous six months, things have been relatively quiet in the restaurant scene. One of the few notable openings has been The Griffon Pub, a ‘Gastropub’ in Niagara...
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