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.
3260 Main Street Buffalo, NY 14214 +1 716 837 2326
This New Orleans-inspired bistro is named after the voodoo god of thunder, with a menu that features authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine. Start out with a salad, perhaps a spring green salad with apples and walnuts, a spinach salad with mushrooms, or maybe a Caesar salad. Appetizers include chicken and sausage gumbo, avocado spring rolls and fried calamari. Entrees include Creole bouillabaisse, blackened pork chops, Creole meatloaf and more. For dessert, try their house specialty, bananas foster, or maybe a slice of pecan pie or a bowl of New Orleans bread pudding. Wine is available by the glass or bottle. -Christine A. Smyczynski
220 Baird Hall Close to Slee Hall, University At Buffalo Buffalo, NY 14260 +1 716 645 2765
Baird Hall is the home of the Music Department at the University At Buffalo. They have a whole lot of offices along with practice rooms, ensemble rehearsal rooms, classrooms, faculty, student lounges, and a music library. The Baird Recital Hall is one of the venues for Music concerts. It also features a percussion studio, two organ practice rooms and a instrument storage facility. It is connected to the university via walkways and tunnels.
73 West Chippewa Street Buffalo, NY 14202 +1 716 853 5555
If cavernous environ, loud music and hep crowd is what you define as spending a lively night with, Level Nightclub is the place for you. The club sinks you down with pleasure as they play hip music echoing all around, just as much inside the club as it does inside you. There are four levels to this nightclub, so you may rest yourself in any that suits you. Gulp down drinks, move to the rhythms, do whatever you want, and for all you know, you may be perceiving an altogether different world at Level.
1300 Elmwood Avenue Buffalo, NY 14222 +1 716 878 3005
The Rockwell Hall is a beautiful specimen of Georgian-style architecture and houses the Art Conservation Department, Band Rehearsal Hall, Burchfield-Penney Art Center, School of Arts and Humanities, Metcalfe Rooms, the Music Department and the jewel in the crown-The Performing Arts Center with a box office. Since it is the official performance venue of the university, it has regular shows by the arts students that include plays, concerts, recitals and dance performances.
1063 Grant Street Buffalo, NY 14207 +1 716 447 1271
ESI Events hosts concerts and live music events at its venues and Showplace Theatre is among its most popular. The club seems to patronize indie and underground bands, so its a hit with fans. With bands like Solient Green, Skeletonwitch and Toxic Holocaust on the scene, you can get ready for some really evil music! Tickets for the shows can be bought online-call in for details like availability and rates.
673 Main Street East Aurora, NY 14052 +1 716 652 1660
This historic 650-seat theater, which was built in 1925, features first-run movies as well as live shows and special events. The theater has been renovated to resemble its original splendor, including refurbished mahogany doors with brass kick plates, murals on the walls, a large lobby area, and a new concession area with updated equipment. Groups of any size can also rent the theater for meetings, parties, and other special events. Your group can even bring your own movies to show on the big screen. If you need to do a presentation, there is a built-in display projector and sound system. -Christine A. Smyczynski
2945 Southwestern Boulevard Orchard Park Buffalo, NY 14127 +1 716 674 4113
One of the latest bars to be added to Buffalo's party circuit, Buffalo Sports Garden redefines fun and entertainment. Locally known as BSG Sports Bar, it does not restrict itself to sports buffs but ensures that the entire family enjoys a fun night out. The thirteen television sets put up feature the latest and live sporting action from around the globe.On the food front, the variety of delicacies on offer is unlimited, ranging from Quesadillas, Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings, Pulled Pork Sandwich to Chicken Finger Pizza. While you are here, do visit the games room and try your hand at pool, darts and other interesting games. If you happen to be at BSG during the happy hour, do enjoy the freebies. For more details on events and other information, check website.
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.
This center is a popular venue for concerts, fundraisers and shows in the city of Buffalo. Over the weekends you can find Pub music and performances by local bands in the evenings. It also houses the GAAA Irish library, which has over 300 books and collections of the Buffalo Irish Genealogical Society.
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