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Occupying a first floor space in the swank Avant Building in Downtown Buffalo, SEAR introduces an inventive take on the classic New York steakhouse. This modern restaurant offers an exquisite chef-driven menu that features brilliantly plated creations of Wagyu Beef Carapaccio, Pork Belly, Prime Ribeye, and the Kansas City strip. There is also a small plates menu, and a customary seafood menu serving staples like Seared Sea Bass, and Seared Ahi Tuna. An impressive wine list featuring nearly 350 wines complements the flavors wonderfully. With respect to the decor, SEARS sports a chic, modern layout, replete with dark mahogany wood furniture, sleek banquette seating, and a delicate crystal ceiling to dine under. The restaurant also provides a room for private dining, as well as a separate bar counter, distinct from the main dining area.
31 Club, located at the corner of Johnson Park and Elmwood Avenue, is a fine dining establishment that is an incarnation of a popular Buffalo supper club of the same name, located in the same building, that closed in 1983. The now-restored club has a contemporary, elegant décor featuring a circular bar, tables with white linen tablecloths, leather seats, and rich earth tones throughout. Chef Mark Camalleri, a Buffalo native, has created an extensive menu. The club's extensive wine cellar has a large selection of wines from all over the world.
Step inside this historic Delaware Avenue mansion and enjoy a fine dining experience. The decor features brick walls, dark wooden floors, candlelight, and dual-level dining. Given its historic nature, it is not quite handicap accessible. The menu at Tempo features items like expertly cooked meats and fish. Save room for decadent dessert options. Tempo also boasts a large selection of after-dinner drinks and cordials. Gift certificates are available, and they have a banquet room for your special occasions.
Located south of Delaware Park, close to the Buffalo Zoological Gardens and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, this upscale restaurant is considered one of the best in town. Run by Chef Mark Hutchinson, the restaurant prides itself on both its contemporary cuisine and its wine selection. House specialty entrees include seafood and steak.
Some of the best in contemporary American cuisine is served here by chef Christopher Daigler, including Olive Oil Poached Long Island Duck Breast, and Porcini Dusted Sea Bass. One of the oldest fine dining spots in Buffalo, this restaurant located north of Delaware Park is still a favorite for those looking for elegance and excellent food. There's a formal air to the place, perhaps due to the dress code. But the atmosphere is warm and comfortable. A good place for a special anniversary or to close that important deal.
Located in the North Buffalo area and close to both the Buffalo Zoo and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, this restaurant has been satisfying customers since 1975. The warm interiors are adorned with cozy furnishings and are just perfect for the long conversations with your friends. Besides, you can celebrate your special events here as the restaurant offers rental facilities and services for the same.
This small, intimate restaurant, which opened in 1984, features Northern Italian cuisine. It is family-owned and operated by Nancy and Frank Grimaldi. Frank grew up in Italy as the son of two private chefs, and his skill in the kitchen has made San Marco one of the best Italian restaurants in the area. The restaurant is very elegant, especially the very intimate wine room which only has a few tables. Anything you order from the menu of Norther Italian classics is good, and the service is excellent to boot. Desserts include a chocolate soufflé served with hazelnut gelato.