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This is one place you should not judge by its cover. Located in Buffalo's historic Allentown district, the restaurant looks like a dive. However, it has one of the best inexpensive wine lists in the city, not to mention excellent food and service. In the kitchen, the chefs feature dishes like a traditional 'surf 'n turf' and steamed mussels in a Scotch Bonnet Pepper broth. As a bonus, Mother's Restaurant the restaurant is open late, and there's an outdoor patio for warm summer evenings.
Offering the best of Modern European Cuisine and tapas food, along with great service, The Black Sheep Restaurant & Bar is one of the city's most revered culinary establishments. Helmed by top chefs Steve and Ellen Gedra, this restaurant takes fine dining to the next level. The food menu is a diverse mix of Italian, Spanish and Mediterranean Cuisines with only the best quality and fresh ingredients sourced from local farms and vendors used in the preparation of all the dishes. At this tapas, utmost attention is paid towards the taste and presentation of your food to ensure there is no compromise with regard to the quality and service. European classics are served with modern nuances with potent cocktails complementing the delicacies effortlessly. If you are looking for a restaurant to bring in a special occasion, Black Sheep is the place for you.
First things first, this West Side restaurant doesn't overlook the Seine River—it is not even near water. Nonetheless, this American bistro is quickly becoming one of Buffalo's most popular restaurants thanks to brisk word-of-mouth advertising from happy customers. It is dimly lit, with a small candle atop an intimate table covered in a white tablecloth. Bold fabrics drape the windows, and the walls are cloaked in artwork. Some samples on the ever-changing menu may include delights such as Gorgonzola Fondue for two, pork loin alongside a Grand Marnier cranberry sauce or something simple like Ahi tuna tartar.
This family-owned and operated restaurant, established in 1994, features Greek and American cuisine. The breakfast menu features traditional Greek breakfast fare, like chicken souvlaki, beef souvlaki, and gyro breakfasts, along with all-American breakfasts, like French toast, pancakes, corned beef hash, and a variety of omelets. The lunch menu features Greek dishes like spanacopita, pen chicken souvlaki, and gyro, along with burgers and chicken fingers. Dinner entrees includes traditional Greek dishes, as well as fried chicken and pork chops. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This upscale restaurant, located in an older home on historic Main Street in the Village of East Aurora features creative American cuisine. The restaurant, owned by Chef Rick Pohlman and his wife, Kathy, has a two-story dining room plus a full service bar which includes an outdoor patio. Dinner entrees include steaks, meats, pastas and more. They can accommodate groups from 10-50 in their upstairs dining room. In addition to private events, they also provide catering services.