A couple from Kazakhstan is taking their crêpes operation from a food truck to an Allen Street store.
Irina Dyuzheva and her husband Igor Dyuzhev started selling crêpes from their Totally Edible truck in September 2017.
Now they’ve taken over the food counter inside Holley Farms Market, 233 Allen St. To start, they’re offering the sweet and savory stuffed crêpe choic…
Some of Buffalo's best bang-for-your-buck restaurants are getting national television exposure.
Lloyd Taco, Doc Sullivan's, Fairy Cakes Cupcakery and Campfire Grill will appear on national TV, this time on the Cooking Channel's "#CheapEats."
At 10 p.m. Nov. 7, episode 12 of season five features host Ali Khan exploring Lloyd Taco Factory's Williamsville location, tast…
1) Witches Ball, 7 p.m. Oct. 27 in Statler City (107 Delaware Ave.). General admission tickets are $40 in advance here, while VIP passes are sold out.
Commentary: One of Buffalo's most popular Halloween parties - Buffalo Rising's masquerade ball - rages again on Saturday in the historic Statler.
Five categories of costume contests, with $1,000 doled out in prizes, ar…
1) Borderland Music and Arts Festival, 11 a.m. Sept. 22 and 23 at Knox Farm State Park (437 Buffalo Road, East Aurora). Tickets range from $65 to $359; more info on that here.
Commentary: Set-to-debut Borderland has everything necessary for a big music festival: a gorgeous setting, a strong and varied lineup of live music, local art and craft vendors, and a wealth of lo…
While the Taste of Orchard Park was a sterling night for several curious eaters on Wednesday, Chef's on the Go food truck had a far less fortunate evening.
According to Chef's Restaurant's Facebook page and press release, the red mobile eatery was set ablaze by a "significant fire," causing damage and forcing the truck out of action. The Orchard Park Fire District respo…
Don't make an immediate beeline for the wine slushies.
Well, you can - who am I to tell you not to? - but through experience, they're most refreshing after a few hours of sampling food from among the 200 individual options at the Taste of Buffalo, which runs from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. July 7 and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. July 8 at Niagara Square and up Delaware Avenue.
After two weeks of big crowds and great weather, here are nine things to know about the Canalside Live concerts.
1. Mother Nature the MVP. Last summer, Thursdays were plagued with rain (seven of 10 shows in 2017). After a lousy spring for Western New York this year, summer-like weather has blessed the first two shows. Bright sunshine and temperatures in the 70s lasted w…
Heads up, hot-dog lovers.
Frank Gourmet Hot Dogs owners Frank and Paul Tripi will open their first brick-and-mortar restaurant on June 11 at 707 Kenmore Ave., Tonawanda, at the intersection of Starin Avenue, with hours from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The project of the food truck connoisseurs was announced in November, updated last month with news that Frank's EXPO Market ve…
WYRK's Taste of Country
Gates at 4 p.m., show begins at 6. Tickets cost $35 and may be purchased here.
Does it get any better for country music fans than WYRK’s Taste of Country? When it comes to this evening of established names and rising talents in the genre, the answer is no. Here's this year’s lineup: Thomas Rhett, Chris Janson, Scotty McCreery, Danielle Bradbery …
The food truck scene in Buffalo has grown exponentially since its birth in 2011.
More than 55 mobile eateries — ranging from barbecue to tacos to french fries to a plethora of desserts — stop regularly throughout the area, many in rotation at Larkin Square's Food Truck Tuesdays, Food Truck Thursdays in Niagara Square, Food Truck Fridays at the Marriott and the monthly F…
Danielle Sass is the sass and the baker behind the food truck Sassi Cakes. She founded her baking business in 2011 and added a food truck, of which she speaks very fondly, a few years later.
Her original idea was to travel around Buffalo streets with a cake and ice cream truck, but when food trucks became popular she took that route and focused on cupcakes. Now you’ll f…
Niagara Café Pastelillos and More
Cuisine: Puerto Rican fare.
Owner: Raul Hernandez
Price range: $2-$12
Dishes to try: Beef and cheese pastelillos (savory, stuffed turnovers made with flaky dough), $3; roast pork (served with rice and beans), $10.
Brick and mortar location: 525 Niagara St.
Social media: Facebook, Twitter
Chef's Restaurant on the Go
Cuisine: Old-fashioned Italian-American menu built on a foundation of slightly sweet red sauce. A Buffalo classic.
Owner: Lou Billittier and Mary Beth Billittier-Darling
Price range: $3.50-$9
Dishes to try: Spaghetti Parmesan (lightly sauced pasta served under a thick layer of browned melted mozzarella), $9; meatba…
Cuisine: Nostalgia-inducing, prepackaged ice cream novelties—just like the ones you loved as a kid.
Owner: Bill Pavone
Price range: $1-$3.50
Dishes to try: Perry's Chocolate Sundae Crunch Bar (vanilla ice cream with chocolate center and cake crunch coating, on a stick), $1.50; Choco Taco (sugar cone "taco shell" filled with fud…
Cuisine: Loaded French fries, dipping sauces and fried finger food favorites.
Owner: Chris Covelli
Price range: $4-$11
Dishes to try: The 716 (fries topped with shredded chicken, Buffalo wing sauce and blue cheese dressing), $6.50; Truffle Love (fries topped with truffle oil, Parmesan and cilantro), $6.50.