by Sarah Sudar
Buffalo has been enjoying years of revival and renaissance. eatPGH roadtripped to our northern neighbors for a weekend of food, fun and unexpected adventure.
The artisans flavor choices here are outstanding: Loganberry, Paula's Glazed Donut, Revolution Coffee and so many more. Go all out and try a sundae.
Designed by the famous Frank Lloyd Wright, the Martin House is another complex rich in history. An hour is simply not long enough to take in all the details.
A breathtaking rennovation of a 140 year old complex. Previously an asylum for the insane, the complex now hosts a hotel, eateries and conference center
Ballyhoo blew us away with its killer vibe. We feasted on sausages, mac and cheese, homemade ice cream sandwiches. And washed everything down with cocktails.
Athletics & Sports
This redevelopment is something really special. Amongst the ruins of the city’s gigantic grain silos are smatterings of art, adventure, sport, food and booze.
One of the best (and most unique) ways to see the redevelopment in Buffalo is to take a three-hour kayak adventure on the city's waterways.
There’s revolving bar, rooftop bar and an upscale, approachable menu. A few standouts are Pork Ragu Pappardelle and Spanish Octopus. The Sponge Candy is a must.
This newly-built hotel is filled with posh mid-century furniture that would make all the Mad Men swoon. Be sure to order room service and meet the robot butler.