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  • Unexpected Adventures in Buffalo

    Buffalo has been enjoying years of revival and renaissance. eatPGH roadtripped to our northern neighbors for a weekend of food, fun and unexpected adventure.

    • Mar 2018
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  • Parkside Candy

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    Desserts

    This old timey candy shop is the place to grab all of the sponge candy to go!

  • Lake Effect Artisan Ice Cream

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    Ice Cream

    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.

  • The Terrace

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    American

    Dine al fresco here. There’s just something so serene about taking a meal outdoors overlooking the beautiful Delaware Park. 5 words: Beef on Weck for brunch!

  • Darwin Martin House

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    History Museum

    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.

  • Richardson Olmsted Complex

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    Historic Site

    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

  • Tipico Coffee

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    Coffee Shop

    This neighborhood coffee shop is an Instagrammers dream. Grab a cappuccino and some gourmet toast and snap away against the beautiful tile work.

  • Ru's Pierogi

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    Polish

    The mini offerings are great because it allows you to be able to try a few different varieties. Including the dessert options!

  • Ballyhoo Links & Drinks

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    Bar

    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.

  • Buffalo RiverWorks

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    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.

  • Wrafterbuilt

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    Furniture / Home

    Wrafterbuilt is a custom carpentry and design studio that works with reclaimed wood. Caution: You'll want to buy everything to take home.

  • Taste of Buffalo!

    If you're looking to get a real taste of Buffalo, head to Buffalo in July for the largest two day food festival in the country! You'll get to try sponge candy cannoli, buffalo chicken eggrolls, beef on weck sliders, buffalo chicken soup, all in one place!

  • Lakeward Spirits

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    Distillery

    Located next to Elevator Alley Kayak, Lakewood Spirits is a family owned and operated distillery with lots of heart and some hella good Gin & Tonics.

  • Elevator Alley Kayak

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    Boat Rental

    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.

  • Breadhive Bakery

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    Bakery

    This worker owned bakery and café has some of the best damn bagels we’ve ever had. This place is so fun, all of the sandwiches are named after female musicians.

  • Angelica Tea Room

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    Cocktail

    A must-visit for late night cocktails! it's a funky take on the traditional English tearoom with slight nods to the past, paired with modern flair.

  • Chez Ami

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    Restaurant

    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.

  • The Westin Buffalo

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    Hotel

    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.