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Elmwood Village Vegetarian My husband and I drove into Buffalo after nearly a two-year hiatus. We were tired, we were stressed, but damnit we were happy to be home! We celebrated with dinner at a Buffalo restaurant. Essex St. Pub has been around since before I left, yet I never made it in. While chatting(…)
Elmwood Village Vegetarian El Agave was one of my favorite restaurants in the Village. It was cheap, the servers were nice, the food was good, and the setting was intimate. We don’t need to go into details as to why it’s not here anymore, but its replacement, Aguacates Mexican Bar and Grill, is a great(…)
Osteria 166 is a sexy and sleek place in Downtown Buffalo that offers an excellent bite to eat. Osteria 166 reminds me of that ever popular Frank Sinatra song: “Nice work if you can get it, and if you get it, won’t you tell me how!” During a pasta craving on a Friday night, I(…)
Allentown Vegetarian Vegans and vegetarians don’t have to shy away from Allen Burger Venture as the menu is prepared for alternative eaters. Vegetarian burgers are always tricky for me. So many restaurants cop out by throwing a frozen soy bean patty in the microwave and calling that good. That doesn’t work for me as I(…)
Yummy Thai has locations in both Buffalo and North Tonawanda to bring you some incredible vegetarian Asian fare. As a vegetarian, I love me some Asian food, and there’s not much that beats Thai. Yummy Thai is a great place for some flavorful dishes and great times with friends! The first time I every tried(…)
Lloyd Tacos find a permanent home on Hertel and the neighborhood is oh-so-happy. (*Featured Image is from our friends at Buffalo Rising because it’s hard to beat) Alright, it’s me who is oh-so-happy, but Hertel is my neighborhood, so I’m not technically wrong. I went to the soft opening of Lloyd Taco Factory at 1503 Hertel Ave(…)
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Keep the carbs low and hydration high with soup Well, that’s an assumption, but when I eat soup I consume relatively less carbs than a typical dinner. Even if the stock is salted, it’s still hydrating. With that, I’m happy to share this infographic of 10 easy soup recipes originally created by Shape.com. First, I’m(…)
Who doesn’t love a smoothie? And who hates the calories packed into the smoothies you pick up while running around? Cut out those unnecessary additions and make a smoothie you’ll feel good about during and after sipping it. This infographic from DailyBurn will help you figure out a few ways to get the nutrition you want in(…)
Sometimes you gotta have your breakfast food in an actual diner. Get a little taste of real, American, hometown feel food, even in the up-and-coming neighborhoods of the city at this awesome little hole in the wall, Bertha’s Diner. Located on Hertel Avenue between Colvin and Parkside, Bertha’s Diner is an itsy, bitsy diner directly(…)
Saigon Cafe has a new awesome looking location on the corner or Elmwood and Utica in the former Mode bar. But how did it stack up? I was really looking forward to trying out the new Saigon Cafe location at the old Mode bar on Elmwood. Really, I was very positive going into this. And(…)
Hertel Avenue has a gem tucked between its many restaurants thanks to Jewel of India. If you haven’t tried this Indian restaurant, you haven’t been a very good vegetarian. That, or maybe you “don’t like Indian food.” Vegetarian Buffalo is about to take all (non-financial) responsibility for any trip you may embark on and the(…)
Fat Bob’s Smokehouse is your place for a Mac ‘n’ Cheese Fix in Buffalo! This post is going to be short and sweet. Fat Bob’s Smokehouse is a barbecue place, and BBQ places aren’t really vegetarian friendly when it comes to entrees, and that would almost be true here if they didn’t have an amazing(…)
We all “geek out” about something, so it only seems natural to want to participate in the Geek Day 5K virtual run! For some reason I’m just hearing about this now?! And so I’m passing it along to you, fellow readers. May 25th, 1977 was the official release of Star Wars: A New Hope. That(…)
Coco Bar & Bistro is bringing vegan back with their second Vegan Prix Fixe Menu. You’ve heard about their first ever Vegan Prix Fixe Dinner, you read my raving review of their Local Restaurant Week deal, and now Coco is back with an all new Vegan Dinner! Monday April 13th at both 6 and 9 pm Coco(…)
Our new friend, GardenFreshFoodie.com, is bringing a fresh face to your average dinner with new Healthy Cooking Classes! It’s something you’ve always wanted to do, isn’t it? Attend a cooking class and learn how to make something exotic from whole foods? Well, your opportunity has arrived! Plant-Based Chef Jessica Meyers Altman will be hosting a(…)
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(…)