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The West Shore Brewing Co. wants to become a destination with a beer garden that includes fire pits, outdoor games and live music. On Wednesday, the Clarence Town Board gave approval for the plan to go forward by granting a one-year conditional permit for outdoor dining. Josh Dziomba, who runs the brewery at 10995 Main St., with his father, Greg, and his wife, Laura,…

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The Wehrle Golf Dome in Clarence was upgraded last year with a new roof, a new driving range, new turf and a restaurant – Rule 26. Now it could also be getting a patio. Rule 26, both a restaurant and a bar, is a clever nod to the rules of golfing, which allows a player who hit a ball into a water hazard to take a penalty stroke and place a ball outside of the hazard.…

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The Old Red Mill Inn farmhouse is beginning its transformation to a new restaurant with a familiar name. Clark Crook, owner of the Bar-Bill Tavern in East Aurora, is moving ahead with plans to open a second location, Bar-Bill Northtowns, in Clarence on the site of the Old Red Mill Inn property at 8326 Main St. The Old Red Mill Inn closed in 2015. Crook said the or…

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The updated Buffalo Outer Harbor restaurant that started as Dug’s Dive unveils its new incarnation on Friday. Charlie’s Boat Yard, 1111 Fuhrmann Blvd., has added patio space, extensively renovated its interiors, and added more seafood to the menu, said operator Charles Goodspeed. “We changed the color scheme, recovered and resurfaced the bar, put in new tables and chairs,…

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Emily’s Family Diner, which has satisfied Clarence crowds for nearly seven years, is moving west, onto Main Street. Jamie Winger and her husband Scott, who have operated their restaurant at 9105 Sheridan Drive, are closing it after service March 28. On April 1, they plan to reopen at 9980 Main St., Clarence, formerly The Main Ingredient, and before that Berrafato’s. The …

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The Hollow Bistro & Brew is close to opening its expansion, built next door to its century-old building in the heart of Clarence. It should be done in May, said Katie Yu, an owner. The current restaurant, at 10641 Main St., will become the restaurant’s bar. A new building has been constructed next door, after the owners demolished the building there. The new structure…

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Sometimes, despite our efforts, Mondays live up to their negative stereotypes. On one recent occasion, after a long day and an equally busy evening, making dinner was a very unappetizing prospect. A far better idea? Ordering from LT’s Olde Tyme Pizza and Subs in West Seneca. LT’s has two locations (the other is on Main Street in Clarence, in Dash’s Market). The West Senec…