Delaware Avenue dining destination Oliver's has earned a position on the American Automobile Association's list of recommended fine restaurants.
The honor comes almost two years after Ross Warhol took over as executive chef at the Buffalo white-tablecloth standard. The list is based on visits in 2017 by AAA inspectors.
In 2016, Warhol's artistic touches, added to the tried-and-true standards and experienced staff, earned Oliver's a 10-of-10 plates rating from Buffalo News restaurant critic Andrew Z. Galarneau.
"There have been many ups and downs, late nights, early mornings, and many great achievements throughout the years in my career," Warhol posted to Facebook after getting the news, "but this one takes the cake."
"I can’t thank my family and friends enough for all the support throughout the years, staff that I’ve worked with all over the world who have helped shape me into what I am today."
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