Editorial

What Are You Doing New Years Eve?

What Are You Doing New Years Eve?

Bring in 2016 with a New Years Eve in Downtown Buffalo! Merge One of our favorite vegetarian restaurants, Merge, will be hosting a New Years Eve special menu that gives vegans, vegetarians, and gluten free diners something to celebrate! The four course menu gives several options to choose from for all our alternative eaters. We’re(…)

VB’s Most Anticipated Spring 2015 LRW Restaurants

VB’s Most Anticipated Spring 2015 LRW Restaurants

Inspired by our friends over at STEP OUT BUFFALO, Vegetarian Buffalo wanted to give readers a rundown of restaurants we can’t wait to get to during the Spring 2015 Local Restaurant Week STEP OUT BUFFALO published their Top Picks for Local Restaurant Week Spring 2015, which was a great idea, so I’m going to do(…)

Greens, Purples, Yellows, Reds, and Whites: Making Sense of Food Colors

Greens, Purples, Yellows, Reds, and Whites: Making Sense of Food Colors

Seeing your friends bragging about food colors on Facebook? Confused? Vegetarian Buffalo can help with that. I’ve been seeing some of my Facebook friends not only post pictures of their homemade meals, but they’ve been including something about “1 Red, 1 Green, and 1 Yellow!” I was just as confused as the next person. So I(…)

Local Restaurant Week Fall 2014

Local Restaurant Week Fall 2014

It’s that magical time again when independently owned restaurants in the Western New York area team together to promote local food! Local Restaurant Week is something everyone looks forward to. Over 150 restaurants participate in this event to serve lunch, dinner, or both, hovering somewhere around the featured price of $20.14. $20.14 could either be the(…)

Taste of Buffalo 2014 Follow Up

Taste of Buffalo 2014 Follow Up

Vegetarian Buffalo had previously posted about the Taste of Buffalo, but to get a true idea of what to expect at this festival, here is an account from the 2014 event Along Delaware Ave on a gorgeous Saturday morning, there were plenty of paid parking lots available for a close walking spot to the action.(…)