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Chefs at Sinatra’s Restaurant in about a year could be dishing up their lasagna, ravioli and meatballs in a new, bigger building on Kenmore Avenue in the Town of Tonawanda, directly across from the current location on the Buffalo side. Developer Nick Sinatra on Monday night unveiled his plans for a mixed-use building anchored by the restaurant opened by his father, John…

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The Place is going to stay The Place, its new owner says. “We’re going to make sure to be open by Thanksgiving Eve so we can kick off the holidays with Tom & Jerrys,” Nick Sinatra said. Sinatra, the developer who recently closed a deal for the popular Elmwood Village tavern, doesn’t want to change what already works for generations of fans. Sinatra said The …

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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 …

The Buffalo News has learned the names of some previously unreported parties involved in the Buffalo Bills sales process. NHL sources (no, that's not a typo) inform me at least two Canadian-based suitors -- in addition to the group led by rock star Jon Bon Jovi -- have explored a Bills purchase. Sources reveal the Aquilini family and John Bitove have gone deep enough int…

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The movie projectors may have stopped running in the Market Arcade Film and Arts Center, but the show will go on for local theater company Road Less Traveled Productions. At least for now.The 11-year-old theater company, which established its eponymous theater inside one of the Market Arcade’s underutilized cinemas in 2006, announced in a statement that it will work…