Part of the Regal Group, this theater is located in the posh neighborhood of Elmwood. Featuring the latest flicks, with flexible show times, its the best for a peaceful weekend visit. An on-site cafe serves refreshments. Tickets can be booked online, on the phone or at the box office. Check the website for the schedule. Call +1 800 326 3264 (Toll Free).
4276 Maple Road, Suite C Amherst, NY 14226 +1 716 833 9500 / +1 716 833 9545
Located in the small town of Amherst, Maple Ridge 8 is one of several cinemas belonging to the AMC group. This theater not only features the latest flicks for your viewing pleasure, but also takes care of your gastronomic needs. Check the website for timings, upcoming movies and other details.
Transit Road and William Street Depew, NY 14043 +1 716 668 3549
Come to this theater to watch your favorite movie in Dolby Digital Sound and sink into the cushy, comfortable seats. Tickets can be purchased on the same day, or in advance on the phone. You needn't even worry about your vehicle here; ample parking space is available. Check the website for details on the schedule and ticket prices.
3701 McKinley Parkway Buffalo, NY 14219 +1 716 824 3479
This multiplex in South Buffalo has six screens for your viewing pleasure. You can buy the tickets in advance (only cash is accepted, no credit cards), buy popcorn from the refreshment stall and have a time to remember. For details on upcoming flicks, prices and the schedule, check the website.
3450 Amelia Drive Orchard Park, NY 14127 +1 716 827 1367/+1 800 326 3264(Toll Free)
This cinema is located in the village of Orchard Park, around 12 miles from Buffalo. It is one of 542 movie halls spread across the country, belonging to the Regal Entertainment Group. There is access for those with special needs, a cafe, game room and good parking spots as well. So grab some soda pop, plant yourself in one of the comfortable seats, and get ready for an evening of fun and entertainment.
1428 Hertel Avenue Buffalo, NY 14216 +1 716 836 7411
This single-screen theater, with classical exteriors and decor, is located in the North Park neighborhood. It opened in the 1920s as the Sheas North Park Theatre; now part of the Dipson chain, it showcases the talents of independent movie directors. There is disabled access, but currently this establishment does not accept credit cards. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call, or see their website.
This cinema, part of the Regal chain, is situated around nine miles outside Buffalo, in the village of Williamsville. Folks in the area head here on weekends, to catch up with the latest in Hollywood. Comfortable stadium seating, audio devices and facilities for those with special needs make the venue all the more accessible. The decent staff is often on-hand to help out with any difficulties. During intermission, a trip to the café would be in order. If you want to kill time, the game room provides sufficient entertainment. Check the website for more information on ticket prices and schedules.
This combination upscale restaurant/bar and indoor golf experience is a place you'll feel as comfortable taking your grandmother to lunch as you would spending time with your golfing buddies. This facility, named after the short grass that separates the putting green from the rough, was developed by a local couple; is the first of its kind in the country. They have eight indoor golf simulators and 22 HD tvs to keep up with golf and other sports. The menu, which features classic American cuisine, features items like salads and sandwiches, along with entrees like grilled salmon and New York strip steak. - Christine A. Smyczynski
1292 Hertel Avenue Buffalo, NY 14216 +1 716 873 5730
If your idea of Italian Cuisine is restricted to pizzas and pastas, then think again. At Romeo & Juliet's Bakery Cafe, you are bound to fall in love not only with the ambiance but also the food served. Though famous for its European Style pizzas, the menu has wide range of soups as well. For desserts the "prosciutto and Tiramisu" are highly recommended. The only let down would be the lack of parking facilities; though the moment you smell the delicious aroma and meet the friendly staff you would know it is worth the trouble. At the end of it, this place is sure to send its customers back stuffed.
4401 Transit Road Buffalo, NY 14221 +1 716 633 9630
The best way to describe Brennan's Bowery Bar & Restaurant is 'Fun'. The place is always crowded with people either enjoying a meal of chicken wings and fries or just hanging at the bar. This place has always been a local favorite and attracts a lot of locals and tourists alike. So, you can drop in for some cheap but good food or just enjoy watching people from the patio or the bar. The service most of the times is slow due to the large number of crowd which is compensated by the friendliness of the staff.
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