76 Pearl Street (cross-street West Seneca Street) Buffalo, NY 14202
With its downtown location not far from Dunn Tire Park and HSBC Arena, this pub is a favorite spot for sports fans looking for a cold brew and solid pub food. The pub also has its regular customers who come in especially for the homemade micro-brews such as Lake Effect Pale Ale, Trainwreck and Lotus. There's a basement cellar bar area for live music, a 20-table pool area on the second floor, and a sit-down restaurant for the whole family.
120 Church Street (at Highway 5) Buffalo, NY 14202
Named after the old fast-food eateries that dotted the Buffalo landscape during the early and middle parts of the 20th century, this restaurant features a classically elegant look and regional contemporary cooking. Situated within the downtown Adam's Mark Hotel, the restaurant offers breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, as well as an extensive wine list. Main menu courses include the chicken and lobster Americana, shrimp scampi, and pesto grilled swordfish. It's the perfect spot for a power luncheon or a memorable romantic rendezvous.
370 Seneca Street (cross-street Louisiana Street) Buffalo, NY 14204
A relic from the days when this part of Buffalo was Italian immigrant territory, this tavern, a few blocks from Dunn Tire Park and HSBC Arena, still offers homemade sauce and meatballs the way the original Mrs. DiTondo made back in 1904. Most of the week it's the lunch crowd that keeps the restaurant going, except for Friday nights when the dinner tables are set. Linoleum floors, formica and chrome tables (with gold tablecloths for dinner), and rubber plants make up the rudimentary yet pleasant decor.
674 Ellicott Street (near Virginia Street) Buffalo, NY 14203
The oldest still-operating tavern in Buffalo, this down-town drinking establishment located outside Allentown got its start in 1868. Offering traditional German good cheer, food, service and beer, the tavern is popular with regulars and out-of-towners. The menu includes many German-American favourites such as potato pancakes, wiener schnitzel, and German sausage platters.
Rated by many as one of the best in the city, this downtown restaurant on the edge of Allentown features an unparalleled combination of ambience, food and presentation. Customers get the best of both worlds: exquisite French cuisine and prompt, friendly service. The restaurant is divided into two dining rooms with a bar and a summertime courtyard that makes you feel as if you are in France. The menu changes seasonally, so call ahead. The restaurant's wine selection is among the best in the city.
97 Genesee Street (cross-street Ellicott Street) Buffalo, NY 14203
As a comfortable place to escape the daily grind, this quintessential Irish tavern offers both excellent pub food and a convivial atmosphere for a quiet drink. The menu is basic pub grub with chicken wings, burgers, and fish fry. The tavern is right in the center of the Theater District action with Shea's Performing Arts Center and Irish Classical Theatre Company a mere two blocks to the west. The early 20th-century mix of an old copper ceiling, interior brick walls and dark wood add to the feeling that you're back in Ireland.
This second-level cousin of the Harbor Club 100, situated within the HSBC Arena, offers an open market-style dining experience where you can watch chefs preparing meals before your eyes. A series of "menu stations"-from the Char-Grille to the Chinese Wok-allows you to choose your own menu. The room also boasts a sports bar where you can watch the game on one of several TV monitors.The room is reserved for members during Buffalo Sabres games but is open to the public during other events.
1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza (At South Park Avenue) HSBC Arena Buffalo, NY 14203
On the first level of the HSBC Arena, this dining room/banquet facility can accommodate up to 500 for pre or post event meals or for special occasions.Floor-to-ceiling windows provide a spectacular view of the inner harbor. When the Buffalo Sabres hockey team is playing, the room is for members only with a pre-event buffet as well as snacks at intermission. A video screen gives an unimpeded view of the game and can also be used for closed-circuit video conferences.
371 West Ferry Street (Near Parkdale Avenue) Buffalo, NY 14213
Voted the best pizza, not just in Buffalo but in the entire country by Pizza & Pasta Magazine, this family-owned independent pizzeria has been serving specialty pizzas to Buffalonians since 1957. With in-house dining and delivery service, the parlor attracts locals and out-of-towners curious to taste what makes the pizza so good. Despite the fact they produce over 500 pizzas daily, everything is made from scratch. Regular and specialty pizzas include eggplant parmigiana and Italian garlic chicken. The menu also has 46 different types of subs, wings, calzones and tacos.
2 Fountain Park (next to Hyatt Regency Hotel) Buffalo, NY 14223
Open for dinner only, this restaurant offers steak in all its shapes, thickness and sizes. Or you can choose the Maine lobster, flown in daily. Located within the deluxe Hyatt Regency in downtown Buffalo and surrounded by the Theater and Financial districts, this upscale steakhouse caters to hotel guests and anyone looking for what has been rated as the best steak in the city. The service is both attentive and friendly, and there's great live jazz starting at 8p.
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