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Buffalo is famously known for creating the chicken wing, but its other contributions to the culinary arena are worthy of the same attention. From the unique beef on weck sandwich, which attracted the attention of late-night host Jimmy Fallon, to sponge candy's appearance on NPR, Paula's Donuts' shoutout on Buzzfeed and a widely viewed Daily Beast article praising Buffal…

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Cafe 59 is a cool spot perfect for any-occasion lunch, dinner or drinks, and without the “this place isn’t for everyone” attitude and atmosphere of many other bar-restaurants which could be described as "cool.” A true Allentown community hub, it strikes me somehow as nearby long-standing staple Towne Restaurant’s trendy younger cousin. On a recent Wednesday night visit…

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It is one of our area’s most famous traditions. You stay at a bar until 4 a.m. – which is another adventure, by the way, on our list of 100 Things every Western New Yorker should do at least once. Then, when the bars close, you head to Jim’s Steakout. And you ask for a chicken finger sub. Jim’s, a chain founded in 1981 on Elmwood Avenue, was founded on beef, and is still…