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The Pearl Street Grill & Brewery is like a cruise ship, looming in downtown Buffalo’s Canal district. She’s an old ship (originally built in the mid-1800s), but she’s been renovated with four decks, eight bars and countless attractions including its pub grub, pool tables, big-screen TVs, live music, dance floors and in-house craft brews. That’s what I was promised whe…

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The advent of the Buffalo Sabres' season is an exciting time for the bars and restaurants within walking distance of the First Niagara Center. For 41 nights over the next six months, downtown Buffalo will be a bluster of blue and gold -- whether it's fans filing into the game or those looking to prove their "compete" at local watering holes. Since the competition for busi…

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The world’s most famous beer festival poured its first steins in Munich, Germany in 1810. Over two hundred years later, Oktoberfest celebrations take place in cities, towns, and villages around the world. The original German festival lasts 16 to 18 days, from the last two weeks of September into the first weekend of October. Local Oktoberfest festivals kick off this weeke…

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As The Buffalo News announced on July 15, Buffalo Brewfest has outgrown its traditional venue and expanded to the streets, where the craft-beer festival will engulf the Cobblestone District from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday. Tickets for the 21+ event can be purchased in advance for $25 through Ticketfly.com, with all proceeds benefiting the Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center…

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By Daniel C. Britt Two questions lie beneath the surface of a first date with someone you’ve met on the Internet: Are you as hot as your selfies? And, will you kill me? Dinner and a movie won't necessarily work with kickballblastr83, the buff delivery guy who caught your eye on OkCupid, or Ally K. the dewy female chef who struck sparks on Tinder. Times have changed. Mov…