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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(…)
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(…)
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(…)
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(…)
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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Welcome to Vegetarian Buffalo. In a city known for it's wings, it can be hard to find somewhere with a veggie option only, but it can be done, and Vegetarian Buffalo is here to show you how! Here you'll find a list of Buffalo restaurant reviews that will cater to alternative eater's whims and desires. As long as a restaurant is on Vegetarian Buffalo, they serve some kind of delicious vegetarian dish.
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You’ve heard about juicing. Maybe you’ve even thought about making a juice recipe or two. Well, give juicing a shot with some of Vegetarian Buffalo’s favorite juicing recipes! I started my juicing journey directly after watching the documentary Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead. I loved it and other people have really enjoyed it, so feel free(…)
Looking for the best lasagna you can serve up to your family? Look no further, because here at Vegetarian Buffalo, we nailed it! First we need to clear the mouth watering air: it’s really hard to take an appetizing photo of this dish. Like, really, really, really hard. Reason for that is this lasagna is(…)
Buffalo’s vegetarian pride and joy, Merge, offers a special menu for Local Restaurant Week When someone asks where the best vegetarian fare in Buffalo is, Merge is the first place that comes to mind. Why did it take Vegetarian Buffalo so long to get here? Well, because it’s the most obvious choice for vegetarian food.(…)
Continuing with Local Restaurant Week: Parings Wine Bar makes for a wonderful night out with great food I’m actually not certain if I can honestly categorize Parings Wine Bar as a vegetarian restaurant. Much like another one of my favorite restaurants, it has a menu that changes, so while it provides a vegetarian option now,(…)
I’ve driven by Sakura Sushi countless times and thought to myself “I have to try that sometime”. It only took Local Restaurant Week to finally get me in there, and am I glad I did! Back in the day my husband worked out of an office located in Cheektowaga, where many offices are located.(…)
West Seneca always surprises me with some really great food, and The Poked Yolk (formerly Buffalo’s Broken Yolk) has kept that tradition going! **This review was written when The Poked Yolk was Buffalo’s Broken Yolk. And update will most likely be coming soon. You’ve probably heard about Broken Yolk already from some of its outstanding(…)
Another Fun Year at Taste of Buffalo! Taste of Buffalo is a tradition every summer. Whether I post about it or not, I’m usually there. This year, 2017, I was out and about and was happy to see a few new stalls! I’m hoping they’ll be there again next year too. Of course there were(…)
Kick off Veg Fest with the Tofurky Trot! Come enjoy a family-fun 3.1 mile race at LaSalle Park on August 6th! The Tofurky Trot takes place on a USATF sanctioned course and is open to all levels of fitness. If you’re looking to get a new PR or just want to debut the kids at(…)
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(…)
Join hundreds of locals this upcoming Monday, June 8th at Bidwell Parkway for the first Buffalo Reading Invasion! Reading Invasions are like flash mobs for book worms. You show up in a public place, plop down with a book for an hour, and then pack up and leave. What sounds easier or better than on(…)