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Bill Rapaport's Buffalo Restaurant Guide

The Restaurants by Location
in the "Greater"
Binational Buffalo Niagara Region

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(It's "greater", because it includes more.)

Last Update: Wednesday, 26 November 2014

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This list of restaurants by location is arranged as follows:

Within those categories, regions and restaurants are listed more or less alphabetically.

If you're on one of the SUNY campuses and looking for a restaurant, check the nearby locations:

A full index follows this intro.

For the City of Buffalo, I have used the wonderful, interactive, Buffalo, NY Neighborhoods Map from the UB Map Collection as a guide, though I've made a few adjustments.

For other areas of New York State, I have organized the restaurants by county, then town, and then city, village, hamlet, or neighborhood.

In some cases, I also list by street, such as the Transit Road or Hertel Avenue "corridors".

Canadian restaurants in Southern Ontario are organized by region, county, city, etc.

When looking for a restaurant in a certain area, you should always look at the listings for neighboring areas. This is especially important in Buffalo (and elsewhere, of course): E.g., restaurants that are near the UB South Campus on Main Street might be listed as in University Heights (west of Main), University District (east of Main), or even in Amherst (such as those in the neighborhood of University Plaza). Similarly, restaurants that are only 1 block away from, say, Transit Road might be listed as in Amherst, Cheektowaga, Clarence, Lancaster, or Lockport, so, if you're planning on being in the neighborhood of Transit Road, also check out the listings for those towns.

Links will take you to:

The restaurants are listed by non-exclusive and non-exhaustive categories; within categories, they are listed alphabetically. Some names may have been abbreviated.

Suggestions for improvement of these categories are solicited.


INDEX

REGIONAL KNOWLEDGE NETWORK REFERENCE MAPS

NEW YORK STATE:

SOUTHERN ONTARIO:

OUTDOOR DINING IN SUMMER
WATERFRONT DINING (in the Binational Buffalo Niagara Region)
PRIVATE-DINING FACILITIES


NEW YORK STATE

  1. Allegany County
    (West of Erie County, in the Southern Tier.)

    (See also: Cattaraugus CountyWyoming County)

    1. Town of Belfast

      1. Belfast
        ("A hamlet located on Route 19 and the west bank of the Genesee River."—Wikipedia)


  2. Cattaraugus County
    (South of Erie County, in the Southern Tier.)
    (See also: Allegany CountyChautauqua CountyErie County SouthtownsWyoming County)

    1. Town of Allegany

      1. Village of Allegany
        ("…in the eastern part of the town on NY Route 417 and south of the Southern Tier Expressway." "St. Bonaventure University is south of the village."—Wikipedia)


    2. Town of Ellicottville

      1. Village of Ellicottville
        ("…in the southwest corner of the town on US Route 219 and NY Route 242."—Wikipedia)


    3. Town of Yorkshire

      1. Yorkshire
        ("The hamlet of Yorkshire is located on NY Route 16 and County Roads 54 and 72 in the northeast corner of the town by Cattaraugus Creek."—Wikipedia)


  3. Chautauqua County
    (Southwest of Erie County, in the Southern Tier.) (See also: Erie County SouthtownsCattaraugus County)


  4. Erie County
    (See also: Cattaraugus Countynorthern Chautauqua CountyGenesee CountyNiagara CountySouthern Ontario/Niagara RegionWyoming County)

    1. Food Trucks
      (move to various locations around the county)

      Our guide only lists food trucks that have been reviewed.
      For more-complete lists of Erie County/Buffalo area food trucks, see:

      (Thanks to Don Burtless of Buffalo Eats for some of these links!)


    2. City of Buffalo
      (See also: AmherstCheektowagaLackawannaTonawandaWest Seneca)

      1. Downtown Buffalo
        (See also:
        AllentownBuffalo Niagara Medical CampusDowntown WaterfrontEast SideElmwood Ave.Lower West SideOld First Ward)

      2. Downtown Waterfront

        (See also: DowntownEast SideLower West SideOld First Ward)

        City of Buffalo, East of Main St.:

      3. Bailey-Lovejoy
        ("Lovejoy is the easternmost portion of the city, running along the city's border with Cheektowaga. It is part of the larger East Side of the city…"—Wikipedia)

        (See also: Broadway-FillmoreCheektowaga/SloanEast Side)

      4. Broadway-Fillmore (a.k.a. Polonia)

        (See also: Bailey-LovejoyEast SideHumboldt Park)

      5. Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (a.k.a. "Hospital Hill")
        (See also: AllentownDelaware DistrictDowntown)

      6. East Side
        ("The Lower East Side is bordered by Michigan Avenue to the West, Genesee Street to the North, I-190 to the South, and the town of Cheektowaga to the East."—Wikipedia)
        (See also:
        CheektowagaDelaware DistrictDowntownDowntown WaterfrontBailey-LovejoyBroadway-FillmoreHumboldt ParkKaisertownKensingtonOld First WardSchiller ParkSouth Buffalo)

      7. Humboldt Park

        (See also: Broadway-FillmoreEast Side)

      8. Kaisertown
        (Strictly speaking, a neighborhood of Buffalo, but one that extends into Cheektowaga and West Seneca.)
        (See also: CheektowagaEast SideSouth Buffalo)

        1. Buffalo portion:

        2. Cheektowaga portion:

        3. West Seneca portion:

      9. Kensington
        (See also: CheektowagaEast SideKensington HeightsParksideUniversity District)

      10. Kensington Heights

        (See also: Amherst/EggerstvilleCheektowagaKensingtonUniversity District)

      11. Old First Ward
        ("…generally defined as the area between Hamburg Street and Michigan Avenue, from Exchange Street to the Buffalo River."—Neville, Anne (2012), "First Ward Roots Run Deep", Buffalo News (7 October): F3
        (See also: DowntownDowntown WaterfrontEast SideSouth Buffalo)

        1. Cobblestone District

      12. Schiller Park

      13. South Buffalo
        ("South Buffalo, as officially designated by the Buffalo City Council, is bordered by the town of West Seneca on the east, the City of Lackawanna on the south, Lake Erie on its western edge, and the Buffalo River serves as its northern border."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: CheektowagaEast SideKaisertownLackawannaOld First WardWest Seneca)

      14. UB South Campus (Main St.):
        (At the northeast corner of the city. So-called because it is about 3 miles southwest of the North Campus in Amherst.)

      15. University District (a.k.a. La Salle)
        (south of the UB South Campus)

        (See also: KensingtonKensington HeightsUniversity Heights)

        City of Buffalo, West of Main St.:

      16. Allentown
        ("Allentown is the first neighborhood north of the Downtown Buffalo core. It borders the downtown theater and entertainment district to its south, and runs north to North Street at its northern edge, Normal Avenue on the west, and Main street on the east. The neighborhood is generally centered around Allen Street and Elmwood Avenue."—Wikipedia. A historic district of antiques shops, art galleries, mansions, and Victorian houses, about 2 miles south of Buff State and 1 north of downtown Buffalo.)

        (See also: Buffalo Niagara Medical CampusDelaware DistrictDowntownElmwood Ave.Elmwood VillageLower West SideWest Side)

      17. Black Rock
        ("Black Rock, once an independent municipality, is now a neighborhood of the northwest section of the city of Buffalo…"—Wikipedia)

        (See also: Hertel Ave.North BuffaloRiversideWest Side)

      18. Buffalo State College vicinity:
        (SUNY College at Buffalo, not to be confused with UB. On Elmwood Ave. across from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and west of Delaware Park—one of Olmstead's creations, and the location of the Buffalo Zoo and Shakespeare in Delaware Park.)

      19. Delaware District
        ("The Delaware District neighborhood is in the central part of Buffalo. The neighborhood is located along Delaware Avenue (NY 384) and Elmwood Avenue. The neighborhood is bordered on the south by the Downtown Buffalo neighborhood. The northern boundary of the neighborhood abuts Forest Lawn Cemetery and Delaware Park. Its eastern boundary is Main Street (NY 5). To the west is the West Side neighborhood."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: AllentownBuffalo Niagara Medical CampusEast SideElmwood Ave.Elmwood VillageWest Side)

      20. Elmwood Avenue

        (See also:
        AllentownElmwood VillageDelaware DistrictDowntownLower West SideNorth BuffaloTonawanda/KenmoreTonawanda/Kenmore NWWest Side)

        See also:

        1. On Elmwood in Buffalo:

        2. On Elmwood in Kenmore:

      21. Elmwood Village (a.k.a. "Elmwood Strip")
        (Centered on Elmwood Ave. between Richmond Ave. (on the west) & Delaware Ave. (on the east) and between Buffalo State College (on the north) and Allentown (on the south).)

        (See also: AllentownDelaware DistrictElmwood Ave.Lower West SideWest Side)

        From north to south:

        1. "Blue" (north) section:
          (south of Buffalo State College; from the Scajaquada Expy/Rt. 198 south to Bidwell Pkwy.)

          (See also: Delaware DistrictElmwood Ave.West Side)

        2. "Green" (north-central) section:
          (from Bidwell Pkwy. south to W. Ferry St., between the Allentown & Buff State areas, arguably the "heart" of the Elmwood Village)

          (See also: Delaware DistrictElmwood Ave.West Side)

        3. "Yellow" (south-central) section:
          (from W. Ferry St. south to Bryant St., north of "Greater" Allentown)

          (See also: Delaware DistrictElmwood Ave.West Side)

        4. "Red" (south) section:
          (from Bryant St. south to Allen St., including Allentown and parts north)

          (See also: AllentownDelaware DistrictElmwood Ave.West Side)

      22. Hertel Avenue
        (See also: Black RockNorth Buffalo)

        See also:

      23. Lower West Side

        (See also: AllentownDowntownDowntown WaterfrontElmwood Ave.Elmwood VillageWest Side)

      24. North Buffalo
        ("North Buffalo stretches from the Ciy's border with Kenmore, New York to several neighborhoods to the south with Amherst Street and Hertel Avenue forming most of it southern border. Its western border is the neighborhood of Black Rock slightly west of Elmwood Avenue. It continues east to Bailey Avenue at its border with the University Heights neighborhood."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: Black RockElmwood Ave.Hertel Ave.ParksideTonawanda/KenmoreUniversity Heights)

      25. Parkside
        (See also: KensingtonNorth Buffalo)

      26. Riverside

        (See also: Black Rock)

      27. University Heights
        (west of the UB South Campus on Main St.)

        (See also: Amherst/EggertsvilleNorth BuffaloTonawanda/KenilworthUniversity District)

      28. West Side
        ("The Upper West Side is bounded on the north by Forest Avenue. On the east is Elmwood Avenue and the Elmwood Village. To the south is Porter Avenue, while west is the Niagara River."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: AllentownBlack RockDelaware DistrictElmwood Ave.Elmwood VillageLower West Side)


      Erie County Northtowns:

      • alternative map from Buffalo Magazine (July 2013), p. 12, captioned "The Walden Galleria is situated on what is widely considered to be the line of demarcation between the Northtowns and the Southtowns."

    3. Town of Alden
      (See also: Genesee CountyLancasterMarillaNewsteadWyoming County)

      1. Village of Alden
        ("…in the east part of the town on US-20."—Wikipedia)

      2. Alden Center
        ("located by Westwood Road and Sandridge Road."—Wikipedia)

      3. Crittenden
        ("A hamlet at Genesee Street (NY-33) and Crittenden Road."—Wikipedia)


    4. Town of Amherst
      (A suburb of Buffalo northeast of the city.)
      (See also:
      Buffalo: Kensington HeightsUniversity Heights;
      ClarenceCheektowagaLancasterTonawanda;
      Niagara County: North TonawandaWheatfield)

      1. Audubon
        ("A location in the center of the town situated around John James Audubon Parkway. The town police, courthouse, and main library are located here."—Wikipedia. Considered by some to be a community within Getzville, in central Amherst, northeast of the UB North Campus & southwest of Getzville proper.)

        (See also: GetzvilleUB North CampusWest Amherst)

      2. East Amherst (restaurants on the Amherst/west side of East Amherst)
        ("(formerly Transit Station)—An unincorporated community or hamlet in the eastern part of the town, shared with the Town of Clarence. The East Amherst area is defined by the 14051 zip code with a post office located on Transit Road."—Wikipedia. Central-east Amherst, roughly bounded on the north by North French Rd., on the east by Transit Rd. [but East Amherst extends across Transit into Clarence], on the south by Maple Rd., & on the west by Hopkins Rd. For what it's worth, the signage on Transit Rd. suggests that East Amherst's southern boundary is Clarence Center Rd., which is where a you-are-now-entering-East-Amherst-from-the-south sign is, and its northern boundary is Deer Creek Ln., which is where a you-are-now-entering-Swormville-from-the-south sign is.)

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants in East Amherst, Swormville, and nearby locations,
        see:

        (See also: Clarence"Greater" WilliamsvilleSwormvilleTransit CornersTransit Rd.UB North Campus)

        1. In East Amherst:
          (west of Transit Rd.)

        2. Just west of East Amherst:

        3. Just south of East Amherst:

      3. Eggertsville
        ("…a suburban community in the southwest part of the town, bordering on Buffalo centered around Eggert Road."—Wikipedia. Southwest Amherst, centered at Main St. & Eggert Rd., roughly bounded on the north by Sheridan Dr., on the east by Getzville & Brantwood Rds., on the south by the City of Buffalo (Kenmore Ave., Main St., Grover Cleveland Golf Course, & Mona & South Drs.) & the Town of Cheektowaga, & on the west by Niagara Falls Blvd.)
        • map (select "Neighborhoods (at location)")

        (See also:

        1. Grover Cleveland Terrace

        2. Northtown Plaza

        3. University Plaza
          (across Main St. from the UB South Campus)

      4. Getzville
        ("A location near the center of the town by Campbell Boulevard (Route 270) and Dodge Road."—Wikipedia. North-central Amherst, centered at Campbell Blvd. & Dodge Rd., roughly bounded on the north by Tonawanda Creek & on the east by New Rd.)

        (See also: AudubonSwormvilleUB North CampusWest Amherst)

        1. Getzville Plaza
          (Between Campbell Blvd. & N. Forest Rd., northeast of the UB North Campus)

      5. "Greater" Williamsville
        (This is my designation for those portions of central & southeast Amherst that are not part of East Amherst and that are outside of the legal boundaries of the Village of Williamsville, but that are still considered to be "Williamsville", either because they are located in the Williamsville ZIP code or the Williamsville School District). "Williamsville is also a postal ZIP code: 14221…; however, that ZIP code contains large sections of the town outside of the village and also includes significant commercial areas within Clarence. The Williamsville Central School District is a school system covering Williamsville, most of the eastern part of Amherst, and a small portion of the western end of Clarence."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: CheektowagaClarence/Harris HillEast AmherstNorth BaileySnyderTransit CornersUB North CampusWilliamsville)

        1. Williamsville Place
          (Between Essjay Rd. & International Dr.)

      6. UB North Campus area
        (between Getzville & North Bailey, including the university and immediately surrounding areas)

        (See also: AudubonEast AmherstGetzville"Greater" WilliamsvilleNorth BaileySnyderWest Amherst)

        1. On campus:

          1. Student Union

            1. Putnam's
              (food court on ground floor)

            2. Pistachio's
              (restaurant complex on second floor)

          2. UB Commons

        2. Near campus:

          (See also: AudubonEast AmherstGetzville"Greater" WilliamsvilleNorth BaileySnyderWest Amherst)

      7. Maple Road

        (See also:
        East Amherst"Greater" WilliamsvilleNorth BaileySnyderTransit CornersTransit Rd.UB North CampusWest AmherstWilliamsville)

        See also:

      8. Niagara Falls Boulevard (restaurants on the Amherst/east side of NFB, on the Tonawanda border):

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants on the Boulevard in Amherst and Tonawanda,
        see:

        (See also: EggertsvilleNorth BaileyTonawanda/Niagara Falls Blvd.West Amherst)

      9. North Bailey
        ("A location [just north of Eggertsville] near the junction[s] of [North] Bailey Avenue and [Sweet Home Rd. with] Maple Road."—Wikipedia)

        (See also:
        Amherst/Niagara Falls BoulevardEggertsville"Greater" WilliamsvilleSnyderTonawanda/BrightonUB North CampusWest AmherstWilliamsville)

        1. Boulevard Mall area:

      10. Snyder
        ("A suburban community located between Eggertsville [on the west] and the Village of Williamsville [on the east]."—Wikipedia; bounded by Sheridan Dr. on the north, the I-290/I-90 (Youngmann Memorial Hwy/NYS Thruway) on the east, the Town of Cheektowaga (Wehrle Dr. & Treehaven Rd.) on the south, & Brantwood & Getzville Rds. on the west.)

        (See also: CheektowagaEggertsville"Greater" WilliamsvilleNorth BaileyUB North CampusWilliamsville)

      11. Swormville
        ("A hamlet in the eastern part of the town [of Amherst], shared with the Town of Clarence."—Wikipedia; Swormville is in northeast Amherst, centered at Smith & Transit Rds., roughly bounded by Tonawanda Creek on the north, by Transit Rd. on the east [but Swormville extends across Transit into Clarence], by North French Rd. on the south, & by New Rd. on the west. For what it's worth, the signage on Transit Rd. suggests that Swormville's southern boundary is at Casey Rd., which is where a you-are-now-entering-East Amherst-from-the-north sign is, and its northern boundary is at Lapp Rd., which is where a you-are-now-entering-Swormville-from-the-north sign is.)

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants in East Amherst, Swormville, and nearby locations,
        see:

        (See also: ClarenceEast AmherstGetzvilleNiagara County/LockportTransit Rd.,  )

      12. Transit Corners
        (The neighborhood at the corner of Transit Rd. & Main St. in the "Greater" Williamsville area of Amherst & the Harris Hill neighborhood of Clarence, so named on the 1866 map of Amherst)

        (See also:

      13. Transit Road (restaurants on the Amherst/west side of Transit, on the Clarence border):

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants on Transit in Lockport, Amherst, Clarence, Cheektowaga, and Lancaster,
        see:

        (See also:

      14. West Amherst
        ("A location in the northwestern part of the town bordered by [the Town of Tonawanda and] Niagara Falls Boulevard (US 62) to the west, Sweet Home Road to the east and Maple Road to the south. Principally the section of the town which comprises the ZIP code 14228."—Wikipedia. Bounded on north by ) Tonawanda Creek. Overlaps with what was called, on the 1866 map, "West Wood".)

        (See also: Amherst/Niagara Falls BoulevardAudubonGetzvilleNiagara CountyNorth BaileyTonawandaUB North Campus)

      15. Village of Williamsville
        ("Williamsville is located mostly within the town of Amherst, but Creek Road and Creek Heights in the south part of the village are in the town of Cheektowaga."—Wikipedia. To find out why part of Williamsville is in Cheektowaga, see O'Brien et al. (2014), Searching for Answers to Age-Old Questions about WNY", Buffalo News (12 January).)

        (See also: Cheektowaga"Greater" WilliamsvilleNorth BaileySnyderTransit Corners)


    5. Town of Cheektowaga
      (A town bounded on the north by Amherst, on the east by Lancaster, on the south by West Seneca, & on the west by Buffalo. The airport is here.)
      (See also:
      Amherst:   Eggertsville"Greater" WilliamsvilleSnyderTransit CornersTransit Rd.Williamsville;
      Buffalo:   Bailey-LovejoyEast SideKaisertownKensingtonKensington HeightsSchiller ParkSouth Buffalo;
      Lancaster/Transit Rd.West Seneca

      1. Buffalo Niagara International Airport area
        (in the northeast part of the town, on the Amherst border)

        (See also: Maryvale)

        1. At the airport:

        2. Near the airport (including Amherst & Lancaster):

      2. Bellevue
        ("A neighborhood [southeast of Forks] in between Union Road and the Depew Border."—Wikipedia; centered at Como Park Blvd. & Indian Rd.)

      3. Cleve[land] Hill
        ("A neighborhood located on the north town line." "The Center of Cleveland hill is located at Harlem road and Cleveland Drive."—Wikipedia)

      4. Village of Depew (restaurants in the Cheektowaga portion of Depew)
        ("The Village of Depew (shared with the Town of Lancaster) is in the eastern part of the town [of Cheektowaga]."—Wikipedia. The part of the Village of Depew that is west of Transit Rd. is in the Town of Cheektowaga.)

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants in Depew, see:

        (See also: Lancaster/DepewSouth Cheektowaga)

      5. Forks
        ("A location near Union Road (NY-277) and Broadway (NY-130)."—Wikipedia; southeast of the Walden Galleria)

      6. Kaisertown
        (Strictly speaking, Kaisertown is a neighborhood of Buffalo, but it extends into Cheektowaga.
        The Cheektowaga portion might be considered to be the "southern half"—i.e., south of the Niagara Thruway/I-190—of the Cheektowaga hamlet of Doyle.)

      7. Maryvale
        ("A neighborhood located just west of the airport…"—Wikipedia)

        (See also: Buffalo Niagara International Airport)

      8. Pine Hill
        (a neighborhood south of Cleve Hill and north of Sloan, centered around Genesee St. & Pine Ridge Heritage Blvd.)

      9. Village of Sloan
        (See also: Bailey-Lovejoy)

      10. South Cheektowaga
        ("Neighborhood on the border of West Seneca border near French Road"—Wikipedia)

        (See also: Cheektowaga/DepewLancaster/Depew)

      11. Transit Road (restaurants on the Cheektowaga/west side of Transit, on the Lancaster border):

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants on Transit in Lockport, Amherst, Clarence, Cheektowaga, and Lancaster,
        see:

        (See also: Amherst/Transit Rd.Clarence/Transit Rd.Lancaster/Transit Rd.Lockport/TransitTransit Corners)

      12. U-Crest
        ("A neighborhood near Union Road (NY-277) and Genesee Street (NY-33)."—Wikipedia)

      13. Walden

      14. Walden Galleria

        1. At Walden Galleria:

        2. Near Walden Galleria:


    6. Town of Clarence
      (A suburb of Buffalo, east of Amherst.)

      (See also:

      1. Clarence Center
        ("…lies near the middle of the town. It is a small hamlet with the most densely populated neighborhood situated around the intersection of Goodrich Road and Clarence Center Road. Clarence Center is also a postal ZIP code 14032, covering most of the north part of the town."—Wikipedia)

      2. Clarence Hollow
        (a hamlet in southeast Clarence; roughly bounded on the north by Greiner Rd. (the continuation of Amherst's Maple Rd.), on the east by the Town of Newstead, on the south by Stage Rd., & on the west by Strickler & Shisler Rds. Also known simply as "Clarence".)

      3. East Amherst (restaurants on the Clarence/east side of East Amherst)
        ("…an unincorporated community, or hamlet, on the west side of the town [of Clarence] that is mostly in the Town of Amherst."—Wikipedia)

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants in East Amherst, Swormville, and nearby locations, see:

        (See also: Amherst/East Amherst"Greater" WilliamsvilleSwormvilleTransit CornersTransit Rd.UB North Campus)

      4. Harris Hill
        ("in the southwest corner of the town"—Wikipedia)

        (See also: Amherst/Transit CornersAmherst/"Greater" Williamsville

        1. Eastern Hills Mall
          (What are the "eastern hills"? See O'Brien et al. (2014), Searching for Answers to Age-Old Questions about WNY", Buffalo News (12 January), for the answer.)

          1. At the mall:

          2. Near the mall:

      5. Transit Road (restaurants on the Clarence/east side of Transit, on the Amherst/Lancaster borders):

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants on Transit in Lockport, Amherst, Clarence, Cheektowaga, and Lancaster,
        see:

        (See also: Amherst/Transit Rd.Cheektowaga/Transit Rd.Lancaster/Transit Rd.Lockport/TransitTransit Corners)


    7. Town of Grand Island

      1. Ferry Village
        ("A hamlet on the border of Beaver Island State Park."—Wikipedia)

      2. Sandy Beach
        ("A hamlet in the northeast shore of the island."—Wikipedia)

      3. Grandyle Village
        (A neighborhood in the southern part of the island, centered at Love Rd. & Beaver I. Pkwy.)

      4. Sour Springs Grove
        (A neighborhood on the southeast shore of the island.)


    8. Town of Lancaster
      (A suburb of Buffalo south of Clarence and west of Cheektowaga.)

      (See also: AldenAmherst/Transit Rd.CheektowagaClarenceElmaNewstead)

      1. Blossom

      2. Bowmansville
        ("A large hamlet in the northwest corner of the town, located near Genesee Street (NY-33) between Harris Hill Rd. and Transit Rd. (NY-78)."—Wikipedia. ZIP code 14026 is Bowmansville, NY; it is bounded roughly by the I-90/NYS Thruway on the north, Harris Hill Rd. on the east, Pleasant View Dr. on the south, and Transit Rd. on the west.)

      3. Village of Depew (restaurants in the Lancaster portion of Depew)
        ("The eastern part of the Village of Depew is in the western part of the town [of Lancaster]."—Wikipedia. The part of the Village of Depew that is east of Transit Rd. is in the Town of Lancaster.)

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants in Depew, see:

        (See also: Cheektowaga/DepewSouth Cheektowaga)

      4. East Lancaster
        ("A location east of Lancaster Village on Broadway (US-20) between Bowen Rd. and Pavement Rd."—Wikipedia)

      5. Village of Lancaster

      6. Transit Road (restaurants on the Lancaster/east side of Transit, on the Cheektowaga/Amherst borders):

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants on Transit in Lockport, Amherst, Clarence, Cheektowaga, and Lancaster,
        see:

        (See also: Amherst/Transit Rd.Cheektowaga/Transit Rd.Clarence/Transit Rd.Lockport/TransitTransit Corners)


    9. Town of Newstead

      (See also: AldenClarenceLancasterGenesee County/Pembroke)

      1. Village of Akron
        ("The Village of Akron is located on NY-93, north of NY-5."—Wikipedia; it is the home of Perry's Ice Cream.)

      2. Akron Junction
        ("A former location where a defunct railroad line branched. This location is on a hiking/bicycle trail north of Leisurewood Recreational Community."—Wikipedia)


    10. Town of Tonawanda
      (A suburb of Buffalo north of Buffalo, separated from Amherst by Niagara Falls Blvd.)

        A note on "The Tonawandas"—There are (at least) 3 of them:
        • the Town of Tonawanda (in Erie County),
        • the City of Tonawanda (also in Erie County),
        • and the City of North Tonawanda (in Niagara County).
        The Chamber of Commerce of the Tonawandas serves only the cities of Tonawanda and North Tonawanda.
      • There is also the Tonawanda Reservation, which is not located in any of the Tonawandas.

      (See also: AmherstCity of TonawandaNiagaraCounty/North TonawandaWest Amherst)

      1. Belmont
        (a neighborhood in central eastern Tonawanda, west of the Lincoln Park neighborhood, between Englewood Ave. & the diagonal formed by Vicksburg Ave./Center Ave./Heath Terr./Ellwood Ave.)

      2. Brighton
        (a neighborhood in central eastern Tonawanda, centered around Brighton Rd. & Parker Blvd.)

        (See also: Amherst/North Bailey)

      3. Brighton Park

      4. Deerhurst Park

      5. Elmwood North

      6. Green Acres
        ("A neighborhood in the northeast corner of the town."—Wikipedia.
        Bounded by the I-290/Youngmann Memorial Hwy. on the north,
        Niagara Falls Blvd. on the east,
        Brighton Rd. on the south,
        and Parker Blvd. on the west.)

      7. Kenilworth
        (A neighborhood in southeast Tonawanda, centered around Parker Blvd. & Englewood Ave. Formerly known as 'Englewood' (see the 1909 Century Map atlas, especially the plates for Tonawanda Town 1 and Kenmore Village, Oakland Homestead, Tonawanda Town): Englewood's boundaries were approximately what are now Decatur Rd. (formerly, Davis Rd.) on the north, Niagara Falls Blvd. (formerly Town Line Rd.) on the east, Kenmore Ave. on the south, and Parker Blvd. (non-existent in 1909) on the west. Most interestingly, the entire section bounded by Davis/Decatur on the north, Town Line/NFB on the east, Kenmore on the south, and Montrose Ave. on the west was Kenilworth Park, a racetrack belonging to the Buffalo Racing Assn.! See also here, here, here and here.)

        (See also: Buffalo/University Heights)

      8. Kenmore Northeast
        (a neighborhood northeast of the Village of Kenmore)

      9. Kenmore Northwest
        (a neighborhood northwest of the Village of Kenmore)

        (See also: Elmwood Ave.)

      10. Village of Kenmore
        ("A village completely within the borders of the town."—Wikipedia)
        (See also: Elmwood Ave.North Buffalo)

      11. Lincoln Park
        (a neighborhood in southeast Tonawanda, north of Kenilworth, and east of Belmont)

      12. Niagara Falls Boulevard (restaurants on the Tonawanda/west side of NFB, on the Amherst border):

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants on the Boulevard in Amherst and Tonawanda,
        see:

      13. Old Town
        ("A neighborhood on the western edge of the town, between the industrial area and Niagara River."—Wikipedia; just north of Buffalo/Riverside)

      14. Paramount

      15. Parkview
        (A triangular area in northeast Tonawanda, just west of Amherst, roughly bounded by Ellicott Creek, Park, & Rd. on the northwest, Niagara Falls Blvd. on the east, and Forbes Ave. on the southwest.)

      16. Riverview

      17. Sheridan-Parkside
        ("A neighborhood on the western part of the town, just east of Sheridan Park."—Wikipedia)

      18. City of Tonawanda
        (Not technically in the Town of Tonawanda, but surrounded by it on 3 sides.)

          A note on "The Tonawandas"—There are (at least) 3 of them:
          • the Town of Tonawanda (in Erie County),
          • the City of Tonawanda (also in Erie County),
          • and the City of North Tonawanda (in Niagara County). The Chamber of Commerce of the Tonawandas serves only the cities of Tonawanda and North Tonawanda.
          • There is also the Tonawanda Reservation, which is not located in any of the Tonawandas.

        (See also North TonawandaTonawanda)


      Erie County Southtowns:

    11. Town of Aurora

      1. Blakeley
        ("A hamlet in the southeastern part of the town."—Wikipedia)

      2. Village of East Aurora
        ("…in the northeast part of the town."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: BlakeleyElma/Billington Heights)

      3. South Wales
        (South Wales is in both Aurora and Wales)

        • Giuseppe's
          (in the Wales portion of South Wales)

      4. West Falls
        ("A hamlet in the southwest corner of the town on the West Branch of Cazenovia Creek and NY-240."—Wikipedia)


    12. Town of Boston
      (Bounded by Hamburg & Orchard Park on the north, by Colden on the east, by Concord & North Collins on the south, and by Eden on the west.)

      1. Boston
        (A hamlet in the southern part of the town, centered at the intersection of Boston St. Rd. & County Rd. 190 (Boston Cross Rd.)/County Rd. 543 (Mill St.))

      2. North Boston
        (a hamlet in the northern part of the town, centered at the intersection of Herman Hill & Boston State Rds.)


    13. Town of Colden
      (Bounded by Aurora on the north, Holland on the east, Concord and Sardinia on the south, and Boston on the west.)

      1. Colden
        ("in the west part of the town on NY-240"—Wikipedia)

      2. Glenwood
        ("A hamlet south of Colden village on NY-240."—Wikipedia)


    14. Town of Collins

      1. Bagdad
        ("A hamlet northeast of Gowanda."—Wikipedia)

      2. Taylor Hollow
        ("A community in the northeast corner of the town on NY-62."—Wikipedia)


    15. Town of Concord

      1. East Concord
        ("A hamlet by the east town line on Genesee Road."—Wikipedia)

      2. Village of Springville


    16. Town of Eden

      1. East Eden
        ("A location near the eastern town line."—Wikipedia)

      2. Eden
        ("The hamlet of Eden…, located on US-62 in the western half of the town."—Wikipedia)


    17. Town of Elma
      (Bordered by Lancaster on the north, Marilla on the east, Aurora on the south, and Orchard Park & West Seneca on the west.)
      (See also: East AuroraLancaster)

      1. Billington Heights
        ("A location in the south part of the town."—Wikipedia)

      2. Elma
        ("A hamlet near the northern town line on Bowen Road."—Wikipedia)


    18. Town of Evans

      1. Derby
        ("A hamlet in the northeastern part of the town."—Wikipedia; south of Highland on the Lake)

        (See: Highland on the Lake)

      2. Highland on the Lake
        ("A lakeside hamlet on NY-5."—Wikipedia; north of Derby)


    19. Town of Hamburg

      1. Armor
        ("A hamlet northeast of Hamburg village on the border of the Town of Orchard Park."—Wikipedia; centered at Armor & Abbott Rds. & Clark St.)

        (See also: Orchard Park)

      2. Athol Springs
        ("A lakeside hamlet on the west side of the town."—Wikipedia)

      3. Bay View

      4. Big Tree
        ("A location near the intersection of US-20 and US-20A."—Wikipedia)

      5. Village of Blasdell
        ("…at the northern border of the town."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: McKinley Mall/Milestrip Center/PlazaWoodlawn)

      6. Carnegie
        ("A location northwest of Hamburg village on NY-75."—Wikipedia; in central Hamburg, between Roundtree & Scranton.)

      7. Village of Hamburg
        ("…in the southeast corner of the town."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: ScrantonWater Valley)

      8. Lake View
        ("A hamlet in the southwest corner of the town inland from Walden Cliffs." "It is bounded by Eighteen Mile Creek on the south…, Pleasant Ave. on the north, Lake Erie on the west and the Village of Hamburg on the east."—Wikipedia)

      9. Locksley Park
        ("A location by Lake Erie south of Athol Springs."—Wikipedia)

      10. McKinley Mall / Milestrip Center / Plaza area

        (See also: Blasdell)

        1. At McKinley Mall:
          (located in the northeastern part of the town, on the other (eastern) sides of McKinley Pkwy & the I-90 Thruway from Blasdell)

        2. At McKinley Milestrip Center:
          (just east of Blasdell)

        3. At McKinley Plaza:
          (between the I-90 Thruway & McKinley Pkwy, west of the Mall)

        4. Nearby:

      11. Mt. Vernon
        ("A lakeside community in the west part of the town."—Wikipedia)

      12. Pinehurst
        ("A lakeside hamlet on the Lake Erie shore"—Wikipedia)

      13. Roundtree
        ("A development south of Athol Springs and north of Carnegie."—Wikipedia; although I can't find this on any map (yet!), it's probably the neighborhood off Howard Rd. that includes Roundtree Rd.)

      14. Scranton
        ("A location bordering the north side of Hamburg village."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: Village of Hamburg)

      15. Wanakah
        ("A lakeside hamlet in the western part of the town."—Wikipedia)

      16. Water Valley
        ("A hamlet south of Hamburg village on the south side of Eighteen Mile Creek, located on Routes US-62 and NY-75."—Wikipedia)


    20. Town of Holland

      (See also: Wales)

      1. Holland
        ("This hamlet, sometimes called Holland Village, is the principal community and the location of the town government. The community is located on NY-16."—Wikipedia)


    21. City of Lackawanna
      • PDF map
      • 1866 map—but Lackawanna didn't exist in 1866 (or did it?)! Click to find out.

      (See also: South Buffalo)


    22. Town of Marilla

      (See also: Alden)

      1. Marilla
        ("A hamlet in the northwest part of the town, located on Buffalo Creek and at the junction of Two Rod and Bullis Roads."—Wikipedia)


    23. Town of Orchard Park
      (See also: ArmorWest Seneca)

      1. Duell's Corner
        ("A hamlet south of Orchard Park village."—Wikipedia)

      2. Ellicott
        ("A hamlet south of Orchard Park village."—Wikipedia)

      3. Village of Orchard Park
        ("A village located at the junction of Routes 240 and U.S. 20A."—Wikipedia)

      4. Ralph Wilson Stadium / Erie Community College South neighborhoods
        ("The home stadium of the NFL's Buffalo Bills lies on the western edge of the town." The Town of Orchard Park is "The official location of the south campus, although most of the campus is in the adjacent town of Hamburg."—Wikipedia)

      5. Webster Corners
        ("A hamlet north of the village of Orchard Park by the intersection of Webster and Orchard Park Roads."—Wikipedia)

      6. Windom
        (a neighborhood east of McKinley Mall and north of Ralph Wilson Stadium)


    24. Town of Wales
      (A town southeast of Buffalo, on the western border of Erie County, bordered on the north by the Town of Marilla, on the east by Wyoming County, on the south by the Town of Holland, & on the west by the Town of Aurora.)

      (See also: Holland)

      1. South Wales
        ("A hamlet on the border of the town of Aurora in the southeast part of Wales. This community lies at the south end of NY-400 on NY-16…."—Wikipedia)


    25. Town of West Seneca
      (See also: CheektowagaOrchard ParkSouth Buffalo)

      1. East Seneca
        ("A location on Route 16 in the east part of the town."—Wikipedia)

      2. Ebenezer
        (a hamlet in the center of the Town of West Seneca, centered around Seneca St. & Union Rd.)

      3. Gardenville
        (a hamlet north of Ebenezer, centered around Clinton St. & Union Rd.)

      4. Winchester
        (a neighborhood in northwest West Seneca)


  5. Genesee County
    (Just east of Erie County.)

    (See also: Erie County/Alden)

    1. Town of Batavia
      (See also: Stafford)

      1. City of Batavia
        ("The city is in the east half of the town."—Wikipedia)


    2. Town of Darien

      (See also: PembrokeErie County/Alden)

      1. Darien
        ("also known as Darien City—A hamlet east of Darien Center at the intersection of Routes NY-20 and NY-238."—Wikipedia)


    3. Town of Pembroke

      (See also: DarienNewstead)

      1. Indian Falls


    4. Town of Stafford

      (See also: Batavia)

      1. Stafford
        ("A hamlet near the junction of Routes NY-5 and NY-237."—Wikipedia)


  6. Niagara County
    (Just north of Erie County.)

    (See also: West Amherst)

    1. Town of Cambria
      (See: Lewiston: Pekin & Sanborn)


    2. Town of Lewiston

      1. Village of Lewiston
        ("The Village of Lewiston is in the western part of the town."—Wikipedia; home of Artpark.)

      2. Pekin
        ("A hamlet on the eastern town line."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: Cambria)

      3. Sanborn
        ("A hamlet…in the southeast corner of the town on Routes 429 and 31."—Wikipedia; home of Niagara County Community College.)

        (See also: Cambria)


    3. Town of Lockport

      (See also: Swormville)

      1. Highland Park
        ("A location north of the City of Lockport, next to the fair grounds."—Wikipedia)

      2. City of Lockport
        ("The City of Lockport is in the north-central part of the town."—Wikipedia; site of an Erie Canal lock.)

      3. Ridge Lea Heights
        ("A location north of the City of Lockport."—Wikipedia)

      4. South Lockport
        ("A community bordering the south side of the City of Lockport."—Wikipedia)

      5. Restaurants on South Transit Street (in the City of Lockport) and Road (in South Lockport):

        For a complete list of all listed restaurants on Transit in Lockport, Amherst, Clarence, Cheektowaga, and Lancaster,
        see:

        (See also: Amherst/Transit Rd.Cheektowaga/Transit Rd.Clarence/Transit Rd.Lancaster/Transit Rd.)


    4. Town of Newfane

      1. Corwin
        ("A hamlet between Newfane and Wrights Corners on Route 78."—Wikipedia)

      2. Olcott

      3. Wrights Corners
        ("A hamlet on the north [Lockport] town line, located on Route 78, partly in the Town of Newfane." and "A hamlet on the south [Newfane] town line, partly in the Town of Lockport. The community is located by the fork in Routes 78 and 104. It extends to Wicks Road."—Wikipedia)


    5. Town of Niagara

      1. Pletchers Corners
        (centered at the intersection of Military & Lockport Rds., just east of Niagara Falls)

      2. City of Niagara Falls, NY, USA
        (Not to be confused with the City of Niagara Falls (Niagara Region), ON, CANADA.)

        1. Fashion Outlets Mall:

          1. At the mall:

          2. Near the mall:

        2. Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel


    6. City of North Tonawanda

        A note on "The Tonawandas"—There are (at least) 3 of them:
        • the Town of Tonawanda (in Erie County),
        • the City of Tonawanda (also in Erie County),
        • and the City of North Tonawanda (in Niagara County).
        The Chamber of Commerce of the Tonawandas serves only the cities of Tonawanda and North Tonawanda.
      • There is also the Tonawanda Reservation, which is not located in any of the Tonawandas.

      (See also: Erie County/AmherstErie County/City of TonawandaErie County/Town of Tonawanda)

      1. Tonawanda Island


    7. Town of Pendleton


    8. Town of Porter

      1. Ransomville
        ("A hamlet in the southeast corner of the town on Route 93"—Wikipedia; extends into the Town of Wilson)

      2. Towers Corners
        (A hamlet east of Youngstown "by the intersection of Creek Road (Route 18) and the Youngstown-Lockport Road (Route 93), in the northeast part of the town."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: Youngstown)

      3. Village of Youngstown
        (A village in western Porter, south of Old Fort Niagara on the Niagara River across from Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, CANADA)

        (See also: Towers Corners)


    9. Town of Wheatfield

      (See also: Erie County/Amherst)

      1. Nashville
        ("A location on US-62 in the southeast part of the town."—Wikipedia)

      2. Shawnee
        ("A hamlet on US-62 (Niagara Falls Boulevard)"—Wikipedia)

      3. Walmore
        ("A hamlet in the northwest part of the town on Lockport Road."—Wikipedia)


    10. Town of Wilson

      1. Village of Wilson
        ("…on the Lake Ontario shore at the junction of routes NY-18 and NY-425."—Wikipedia)


  7. Orleans County
    (Northeast of Erie County.)

    1. Town of Gaines

      1. Childs
        ("A hamlet east of Gaines village on Route 104 at the junction of NY-98."—Wikipedia)

    2. Town of Ridgeway
      (Not to be confused with the Village of Ridgeway (Town of Ft. Erie, Niagara Region, ON, CANADA))

      1. Village of Medina
        ("The north part of the Village of Medina is in the town [of Ridgeway]"—Wikipedia)

    3. Town of Shelby

      1. Village of Medina
        ("The south part of the Village of Medina is in the town [of Shelby]"—Wikipedia)


  8. Wyoming County
    (Just east of Erie County.)

    (See also: Erie County/Alden)

    1. Town of Arcade

      1. Arcade Center
        ("A hamlet at the corner of Old Cattaraugus Road and Genesee Road."—Wikipedia)

    2. Town of Bennington

      1. Cowlesville
        ("A hamlet in the northwest part of town on Route 354."—Wikipedia)

    3. Town of Castile

  9. Town of Sheldon

    1. Strykersville
      ("A hamlet in the southwest corner of Sheldon, located on Route 78."—Wikipedia)

    2. Varysburg
      ("A hamlet near the border of the Town of Orangeville, located at the intersection of Routes 20A and 98."—Wikipedia)


SOUTHERN ONTARIO


  1. County of Brant
    (Not to be confused with the Town of Brant in Erie County, NY!)

    1. City of Brantford


  2. City of Hamilton


  3. Regional Municipality of Niagara

    1. Town of Fort Erie

      1. Downtown Fort Erie

      2. The Garrison

      3. Village of Ridgeway
        (Not to be confused with the Town of Ridgeway (Orleans County).)

    2. Town of Grimsby

    3. Town of Lincoln

      1. Jordan Village

      2. Village of Vineland


    4. City of Niagara Falls, ON, CANADA
      (Not to be confused with the City of Niagara Falls (Niagara County), NY.

      1. Fallsview Casino Resort


    5. Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake

      1. Village of Glendale
        ("Glendale is located near the junction of the QEW, Highway 405, and Highway 55, and adjacent to the Welland Canal."—Wikipedia)

        (See also: St. Catherines)

      2. Old Town
        ("downtown" Shaw Festival area, across the Niagara River from Youngstown, NY)

      3. Village of Queenston
        ("…located 5 km north of Niagara Falls, Ontario in the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The community is bordered by Highway 405 and the Niagara River…"—Wikipedia)

      4. Village of Virgil
        ("Virgil is located just south-west of old town Niagara-on-the-Lake, where most of the tourism takes place."—Wikipedia)


    6. Town of Pelham

      1. Village of Fonthill

    7. City of St. Catherines
      (See also: Glendale)

      1. Downtown

      2. Queenston/Central St. Catherines


  4. Perth County

    1. City of Stratford
      (home of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival)

      1. Falstaff Ward

      2. Romeo Ward

      3. Shakespeare Ward


  5. Regional Municipality of Waterloo

    1. City of Cambridge

      1. Preston Heights

    2. Township of Woolwich

      1. St. Jacobs
        ("…just north of Waterloo…"—Wikipedia)


OUTDOOR DINING IN SUMMER

31 Club    (Buffalo/Lower West Side)
800 Maple    ("Greater" Williamsville-UB North Campus/Maple Rd. areas)

Acqua Restaurant & Banquets (Buffalo/Black Rock)
American Grille on Seneca (Elma/Billington Heights-East Aurora area)
Armor Inn Tap Room
Arriba Tortilla    (East Aurora)
Asa Ransom House

UPDATED Bacchus Wine Bar & Restaurant    (Downtown Buffalo) UPDATED
Bada Bing Bar & Grill    (Downtown Buffalo)
Betty's    (Buffalo/Allentown)
[**] Bijou
Bin 620 (Downtown Buffalo)
Black Rock Kitchen & Bar    (Buffalo/North Buffalo-Black Rock)
The Black Sheep Restaurant & Bar    (Buffalo/West Side)
Buffalo's Best Grill (Orchard Park)

Cabana Sam's
[*] Caffe Espresso    (Clarence/Harris Hill-Transit Rd.)
UPDATED Carmelo's Restaurant    (Niagara County/Lewiston) UPDATED
Carol's Cafe
Casa Antica    (Niagara County/Lewiston)
Cecelia's Ristorante (Buffalo/Elmwood Village)
Coco Bar & Bistro (Buffalo/Allentown-Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus)
Colden Mill Restaurant    (Colden)
Cole's    (Buffalo/Elmwood Village)
[–]
Colter Bay Grill
Copacabana Brazilian Steakhouse
[*] CRāVing    (Buffalo/North Buffalo-Hertel Ave.)
Cream & Sugar Ice Cream Cafe (Niagara County/Lockport)
[*] Creekview Restaurant    (Amherst/Williamsville)

The Delaware Pub & Grill
Della Terra (Downtown Buffalo)
Dock at the Bay

Eagle House (Amherst/Williamsville)
Edgewaters
Encore
The Epicurean Cafe (Canada/Niagara-on-the-Lake)

The Famous Duke's

Guppy's    (Chautauqua County/Ellery)

The Hatch Restaurant    (Buffalo/Downtown Waterfront)
Hayes Seafood House
Hillebrand's Vineyard Café
Hoak's Restaurant
[*] Hutch's    (Buffalo/Delaware District)

Irishman Pub & Eatery    (Amherst/Williamsville)
[**] The Italian Fisherman    (Chautauqua County/Bemus Point)

Kosta's

La Tee Da    (Buffalo/Allentown-Elmwood Village)
Lagerhaus 95 (Buffalo/Cobblestone-Old First Ward)
Lexi's Kitchen
Liberty Hound (Buffalo/Downtown Waterfront)

Magruders
Mangia Ristorante & Caffe (Orchard Park)
Max on the Lake
[m] May Jen
UPDATED [**] Mother's    (Buffalo/Allentown) UPDATED

O'Daniels Gin Mill & Grill (South Buffalo)

Papa Jake's
[**] Papaya Asian Kitchen & Bar    (Downtown Buffalo)
Pearl St. Grill & Brewery (Downtown Buffalo)
The Pomegranate (Clarence/Harris Hill-Transit Rd.)

Red Coach Inn
Remington Tavern & Seafood Exchange (North Tonawanda)
Rick's on Main (East Aurora)
Riley Street Station
River Grill
Riverbend Inn
Rizotto Ristorante (Amherst/"Greater" Williamsville)
[*] Root Five Waterfront Restaurant
The Roycroft Inn    (East Aurora)
[**] Rue Franklin    (Downtown Buffalo)
Ruzzine's Rock Bottom Eatery

Seabar    (Downtown Buffalo)
The Shamus
The Shores Waterfront Island Restaurant & Marina (Niagara County/North Tonawanda-Tonawanda Island)
[* am] Siena    (Amherst/Snyder)
The Silo (Niagara County/Lewiston)
Soho Burger Bar
[* a] SoupHerb Gourmet
The Steer Restaurant & Saloon    (Buffalo/University District)
[a] Sun Garden
Sweet Jenny's Chocolates & Ice Cream (Amherst/Williamsville)
Sweetness 7    (Buffalo/West Side location only)

T.C. Wheelers Bar & Pizzeria (City of Tonawanda)
Tabree    (Amherst/Snyder)
Taste of New York
[–]
Templeton Landing    (Buffalo/Downtown Waterfront)
Tony Rome's Globe Hotel & Restaurant
Top of the Falls Restaurant
[*] The Towne Restaurant
Trattoria Aroma    (Buffalo/Elmwood Village)
Two Sisters Cafe

UB Commons
Upstairs Bistro

Village Casino
Vineland Estates Restaurant
[*] Vito e Vino    (Amherst/East Amherst-Transit Rd.)

Willowbrook Restaurant (Niagara County/Lockport)
Wine on Third

[***] YOLO Restaurant & Lounge    (Clarence/East Amherst-Transit Rd.)

Zees Grill (Canada/Niagara-on-the-Lake)


WATERFRONT DINING

Cazenovia Creek:

Chautauqua Lake:
  • map & images

    Ellicott Creek:

  • map & images

    Erie Canal:

    Lake Erie:

    Lake Ontario:

    Niagara Falls:

    Niagara River:

    Tonawanda Creek:


    PRIVATE-DINING FACILITIES

    31 Club    (Buffalo/Lower West Side)
    Aman's Family Restaurant
    Cafe Banchetti (suggested by [WHN], but not yet reviewed here)
    [–]
    Chef's Restaurant    (Buffalo/East Side-Downtown)
    UPDATED Curly's Grill & Banquet Center    (Lackawanna) UPDATED Dave & Buster's
    Eagle House (Amherst/Williamsville)
    Falletta's Restaurant
    Frank's Sunny Italy
    Gate House Grill
    Giancarlo's Sicilian Steakhouse & Pizzeria    (Amherst/"Greater" Williamsville)
    [*] Hutch's    (Buffalo/Delaware District)
    Ilio DiPaolo's Restaurant & Ringside Lounge
    The Lodge    (Downtown Buffalo)
    Lumber City Pizza Co. (Niagara County/North Tonawanda)
    Medici House    (East Aurora)
    Orazio's Restaurant    (Clarence/Harris Hill-Clarence Hollow area)
    Pan American Grill & Brewery    (Downtown Buffalo)
    Rizotto Ristorante    (Amherst/"Greater" Williamsville)
    The Roycroft Inn    (East Aurora)
    [***] Salvatore's Italian Gardens    (Lancaster/Bowmansville)
    [***] San Marco Ristorante    (Amherst/Snyder)
    Seabar    (Downtown Buffalo)
    Tempo
    Torches Restaurant    (Tonawanda/Kenmore)
    [*] Vito e Vino    (Amherst/East Amherst-Transit Rd.)
    [***] YOLO Restaurant & Lounge    (Clarence/East Amherst-Transit Rd.)


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