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Hydraulic Hearth is hosting a Beer Garden Gospel Brunch for those ready to hear the good word about barbecued pork and gospel music. The brick-oven pizza restaurant, along with The Black Sheep owner and chef Steve Gedra and local musicians, will present an outdoor three-part monthly gospel brunch series. The first two seatings are Sunday at noon and 2 p.m. While Toney Rhod…

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Freshly baked brioche seared in butter. Chocolate pastry cream. Silky mousse fashioned from house-ground peanut butter. Bananas Foster sauce. Bacon-studded caramel. Candied peanuts. These are the components of The Elvis—a dessert so exceptional I can’t remember anything else I ate at the meal it capped. And that is saying a lot, considering it was served to me at The Blac…

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There’s a reason that dinner has long been the tried and true go-to date - it works. But, when you want to mix things up it can be tough to come up with fun, fresh ideas. Take a cue from the budding Buffalo brunch scene and set up a morning rendezvous with your significant other or newfound romantic interest. It might not seem like it’s that exciting, but a change from th…

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We love the idea of a Valentine’s brunch outing (and no, not the eat-all-you-can-buffet-style). An early time of day, great food, reasonable prices and mimosas — what’s not to love? It’s also a great way to try out a restaurant without plunking down big bucks or fighting to find night parking. Brunch is served from 11:30 to 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Buffalo Proper (333 Frankli…

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Sunday brunch starts at The Black Sheep, 367 Connecticut St., on March 29, reports chef-owner Steven Gedra. Dishes will include rosemary-basted Oles Farm eggs with Parmigiano Reggiano, greens, and polenta; assorted scones with housemade jams and butter; smoked T-Meadow ham with eggs, biscuit, creamed greens; and corned beef hash and eggs, called H.R.E.A.M. That stands for…