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With the start of fall, if you find yourself in search of pumpkins, apples, mums or late, homegrown summer produce, we recommend hitting up Braymiller Market, where you can enjoy a tasty meal, too, or grab something for a fall bike ride or picnic.It started as a roadside vegetable stand opened by Stroh Braymiller more than 80 years ago and has become a Southtowns instituti…

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Developer Nick Sinatra is searching for a few local restaurant operators to round out a new food court in an upscale Main Street space. The 8,000-square-foot void at 617 Main St., stretching through the block to Washington Street, has been a graveyard of restaurant concepts. Its most recent tenant was Perfetto, which tried fine-dining Italian to capitalize on its Theater …

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This story originally appeared in The News in 2015. From now until Easter, which falls this year on April 5, the Broadway Market is the place to be. But ... what if you’ve never been there? What if you don’t know where to start? Maybe you’re unfamiliar with the neighborhood. You’re not Polish. Or you’re not Catholic. Perhaps you’re intimidated by the crowds …

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Now in its third year, Buffalo Saturday Artisan Market takes place on the picturesque boardwalk at Canalside on select days twice per month during the summer and early autumn. The open-air market opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m., and is weather-dependent. Co-produced by glass artist Julie Leatherbarrow and Robin Lenhard, purveyor of her lovely handmade soaps, the mar…