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Located in a restored 19th-century house, this popular restaurant is noted for its warm and welcoming atmosphere. the breakfast menu features inviting selections like breakfast tacos and blueberry pancakes, and they also host Sunday brunches. For lunch, you may want to try a made-from-scratch chicken pot pie, or perhaps one of their exquisite vegetarian dishes. Some of these vegetarian delights include a spinach veggie burger, vegetarian burrito, and vegetarian "yumwich" sandwiches. Betty's is perfect for a leisurely meal.
Trattoria Aroma serves delicious Italian food in a warm and welcoming ambiance. The restaurant has a simple decor with ample seating space to accommodate a large group. Their menu dictates Italian classics like antipasti, pizzas, pastas and paninis. Trattoria Aroma is perfect for a romantic dinner date with your partner and especially renowned for the brunch and breakfast specials that include dishes like the Aroma BLT, tomato aioli-infused “Caprese” Biscuit and the steak & eggs. Their prices are reasonable and portions are filling.
A 1950's style vintage diner located in the North Park locality of Buffalo, Bertha's Diner is a favorite among localities and tourists alike. This small yet cozy diner has a warm and casual ambiance with a stylish mural adorning the back wall that goes perfectly with the decor and theme of the restaurant. The light fixtures fixed and mounted on walls and the ceiling throughout the diner are original. This diner specializes in breakfast and brunch with the menu featuring bagels, omelets, pancakes, and French Toast. The lunch menu includes Rattle and Roll (cheeseburger, fries and milkshake combo), Elvis (just a cheeseburger) and Buddy Holly (deep-fried chicken fingers on a Kaiser roll). Other popular items on the menu include club sandwich, Italian sausage, and fried bologna.
Kostas Family Restaurant, as the name suggests, was opened by a greek family decades ago and is still run by them. The cozy Greek family atmosphere is evident right from the ambiance to the food that is served here. Be it breakfast, lunch or dinner this place has an impressive menu. One can try traditional Greek cuisine like the Souvlaki or Gyro, even the homemade burgers are quite popular. The southwestern omelet is absolutely delicious and not to mention the delectable traditional Greek dessert—Baklava.
For a hot, steaming breakfast of champions that keeps you going throughout the day, stop by at Sophia's. This friendly neighborhood breakfast spot offers an astonishing variety of breakfast items, from pepperoni-studded and cheese-dripping omelets, to Mediterranean salads and sandwiches. Moreover, this wonderful eatery serves fresh homemade bread, adding an extra ounce of special to your breakfast. Those who prefer sweet over savory can dig into Red Velvet Pancakes, or the decadent apple cinnamon walnut pancakes. Don't forget the incredibly loaded, award-winning Bloody Marys and mimosas, for a superb end to the day's first meal.
Set in a restored 1952 diner, Lake Effect Diner is one of the best of its kind and also a popular haunt for breakfast. Using ingredients from local producers and making their own breads as well as cured meats, this diner takes pride in preparing everything from scratch daily. Dig into their dishes like In The Grass, Black and Blue, Crabby Patty, Meatless Meatloaf, Eggs Benedict and Potato Pancakes. Slurp on their handmade milkshakes, floats or malts. If you have room, indulge in their decadent desserts as well. A fabulous place for families, this place will ensure you have a pleasant dining experience without costing a lot.
This New Orleans-inspired bistro is named after the voodoo god of thunder, with a menu that features authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine. Start out with a salad, perhaps a spring green salad with apples and walnuts, a spinach salad with mushrooms, or maybe a Caesar salad. Appetizers include chicken and sausage gumbo, avocado spring rolls and fried calamari. Entrees include Creole bouillabaisse, blackened pork chops, Creole meatloaf and more. For dessert, try their house specialty, bananas foster, or maybe a slice of pecan pie or a bowl of New Orleans bread pudding. Wine is available by the glass or bottle.
The Howling Rooster is one of the best breakfast spots in town. Their Roo-Ben Omelet comprising of corned beef, Swiss cheese, eggs, sauerkraut with a Thousand Island dressing is a hit among patrons. Their other items on the menu are equally hearty and delicious. Generous portions, a friendly service and pocket-friendly prices are some its crowd pulling factors.