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Twelve tall ships will sail into Buffalo's inner harbor from July 4-7, attracting visitors to Canalside who may not regularly frequent the downtown hot spot. (Good luck with the parking!) Long a desert in terms of food and drink options, Canalside and its surrounding neighborhood is now filled with several appetizing options within walking distance of the dozen hulls – …

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Downtown Buffalo has plenty of bars, ones that come in all styles and servings. But when Canalside was first conceived and eventually took shape into its current iteration, it was always envisioned as the city’s family-friendly enclave. With January’s opening of Northtowns-favorite Pizza Plant’s location on the ground floor of Buffalo’s Courtyard Marriott, the waterfront …

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First, gentle readers, I have a confession to make. In this age of gluten-free, low-carb diets, I am a breadaholic. I love it in a basket, cradling sandwich fillings, acting as a platform for pizza toppings, whatever. The day I discovered Pizza Plant even puts its salads in a bread bowl, was love at first bite. Fellow carb-lovers, rejoice: The new Pizza Plant at Canalside…

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Pizza Plant’s downtown location opens Monday for dinner. At 5 p.m., “we should be up and running,” said owner Bob Syracuse. “But it’s opening a restaurant, so we’ll see how it goes.” The 140-seat restaurant is located on the northwest corner of the One Canalside building on Washington Street, also home to a Courtyard Marriott hotel and the Phillips Lytle law firm. The T…