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Go Veggies Cafe Brings Healthy Eating to Elmwood’s Festival of the Arts

Go Veggies Cafe Brings Healthy Eating to Elmwood’s Festival of the Arts

Go Veggies Cafe & Mini Market is proud to be bringing tasty and healthy food choices to the annual Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts taking place Aug. 25-26 in Buffalo’s historic Elmwood Village.

Go Veggies, a staple at local farmers’ markets for many years, recently opened its first cafe and retail outlet at 264 Bryant St., Buffalo, featuring healthy and inexpensive options such as veggie burgers, cabbage rolls, veggie rolls, soups, desserts and more. Be sure to stop by the cafe or visit their stand during the Festival of the Arts and try something new and delicious! For more information, visit www.goveggies.com.

Redlinski's Adds More Charbroiled Hots to WNY

Redlinski's Adds More Charbroiled Hots to WNY

I haven’t read much about the Redlinski’s restaurant or the company, but I simply assumed they would pale in comparison to Ted’s Hot Dogs or Sahlen’s. In Buffalo those are the respective kings of the hot dog world and whenever a friend from Rochester/Batavia/wherever would try to tell me otherwise, I would usually ignore them. So when Alli and I visited Redlinski’s Red Hots in West Seneca last weekend, I was excited to try a new restaurant but also not expecting too much.

Go Veggies Cafe to Celebrate Grand Opening During Garden Walk

Go Veggies Cafe to Celebrate Grand Opening During Garden Walk

A grand opening event to celebrate the opening of Go Veggies Cafe & Mini Market will take place from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29, at Buffalo’s newest vegetarian restaurant. Go Veggies Cafe is located at 264 Bryant St. in the Elmwood Village, just steps from Elmwood Avenue and Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.

Brick Oven Bistro & Deli Supports Local Organizations Through Community Events

Brick Oven Bistro & Deli Supports Local Organizations Through Community Events

Brick Oven Bistro & Deli, located at 904 Abbott Road in South Buffalo, will participate in three upcoming community events that will ultimately benefit various nonprofit organizations throughout Western New York.

The fun kicks off on Wednesday, July 25, when Brick Oven employees will participate in the Wines in the Wild event to benefit the Buffalo Zoo. This popular event, which takes place at the zoo, features a variety of food and dessert items, wines and beers, as well as some great specialty services vendors. The event is sold out. 

Liberty Hound Brings Food & Beer to the Waterfront

Liberty Hound Brings Food & Beer to the Waterfront

The location itself shares the same building as the Naval Museum.  Sharing this building is unique and provides a lot of cool things to look at while standing around, unfortunately that it means there isn’t a lot of waiting room and sometimes crowds of tourists (from Canada?) to navigate through.  The other major dilemma for the restaurant is parking.  We ended up parking underneath the skyway but this area could really benefit from a more structured parking situation.  On this particular Sunday it was gorgeous outside and the wait for a table was 45 minutes (the restaurant is on the smaller side), but luckily we grabbed a pair of seats at the bar that had just opened up. (Note: they serve food at the bar as well as the cocktail tables out on the patio…and they are first come, first serve…so if you don’t want to wait for a table, try to grab one.)

Founding Fathers Serves Drinks and History Lessons

Founding Fathers Serves Drinks and History Lessons

Two months into starting Buffalo Eats, I wrote a post about having lunch at Founding Fathers and vaguely mentioned how much I enjoy the bar. The post was brief and over the three years since writing that article, my feelings for this bar have grown. I now consider it one of my favorite bars in the city (on par with the Pink), it’s the bar I chose to drink at the night before my wedding and the first place I took my brother when he turned 21. When I became the mayor on foursquare last month I was genuinely excited.

Brick Oven Bistro & Deli Adds Gluten-free Menu Items

Brick Oven Bistro & Deli Adds Gluten-free Menu Items

Brick Oven Bistro & Deli, located at 904 Abbott Road in South Buffalo, has announced that it is adding several gluten-free items to its menu on Sundays and Mondays. The new menu options will cater to individuals who must adhere to a strict gluten-free diet due to Celiac Disease and other medical conditions.

“While our menu has always included some gluten-free breads and brick oven pizzas, we have several diners who have expressed an interest in more gluten-free options, and we are happy to accommodate their dining needs,” said Chef Andrew Murtha. “Our kitchen has equipment dedicated to our gluten-free menu options, with absolutely no cross-contamination with gluten foods.”