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Explore international flavors at West Side Bazaar on July 18 with critic Andrew Galarneau

Dine on international fare at the West Side Bazaar with News Food Editor Andrew Galarneau, as he shares insights about its cuisines and the people behind the food. Burmese, Thai, dim sum and Ethiopian are just the beginning of the globe-spanning journey available to you.

News Food Editor Andrew Galarneau addresses the attendees at the first Exclusive Dining series event. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News)

This Exclusive Dining Experience event takes place at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 18. Alongside Galarneau, sample more than 15 pre-selected dishes, including papaya salad, mutee soup and sesame cookies.

Reserve your spot here.

You must secure your space in advance, at least one week prior to the event. Tickets cost $49.99, and are available here. There are a limited number of spots. Be sure to purchase your tickets soon, as the first event in this series nearly sold out shortly after it was announced.

Galarneau will introduce each dish, in addition to providing the background of the vendors who offer it. He will also answer attendees' questions throughout the evening on any dining topics.

About the West Side Bazaar, Galarneau writes:

"There are hundreds of restaurants in Western New York, but nothing comes close to the dizzyingly broad menu of the West Side Bazaar. The humble room at 25 Grant St. is the only place that Buffalo diners hungry for adventure can find such globe-spanning feasts. Its international food court offers tastes from different hemispheres only steps apart."

Papaya salad, mutee soup and sesame cookies are among the 15-plus samples included. (News file photos)

Exclusive Dining Experience with Andrew Galarneau at the West Side Bazaar

(Sharon Cantillon/News file photo)

When: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 18.

Where: West Side Bazaar, 25 Grant St.

With: Buffalo News Food Editor Andrew Galarneau.

What: Sample more than 15 pre-selected items from vendors, as Galarneau provides an overview of the food and the people who prepared it.

Tickets: $49.99. Pre-sale here only. No walk-ups. Space is limited.

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