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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(…)
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(…)
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(…)
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(…)
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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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Wake up to a seasonal breakfast with these delicious homemade cranberry pop tarts Ok, I do apologize because these tarts were so good they didn’t even stay around long enough to get glazed. Perhaps one day very soon I will make these again and they’ll last long enough to be luxuriously layered in sweet icing, but(…)
With the holidays here we expect some delicious and seasonal flavors, and nothing delivers quite like cranberry! I’m not usually into endorsing, but I have to admit that Food Network Magazine November 2014 edition is a real winner. There are plenty of meat recipes you may not get around to making, but there are also(…)
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(…)
La Tolteca probably has the best Mexican food I’ve ever eaten, and I’m from the Midwest. Well, alright, I’ve definitely been more accustomed to “Tex-Mex” which is most certainly not Mexican food, but whatever La Tolteca technically is, it’s way better than anything I’ve been eating so far. First walking in to La Tolteca on(…)
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(…)
It’s not all meat and potatoes at this historic German-American tavern in Downtown Buffalo Ulrich’s 1868 Tavern, located at 674 Ellicott Street in Buffalo, NY, doesn’t just throw ‘1868’ in there arbitrarily. First listed under the business title “Grocery-Saloon” back in 1969 by German-immigrant owner Frederick Schrerier, Ulrich’s building has outlasted crazy moments in history,(…)
Looking for an elegant night out? Coco serves up a 5 course vegan meal certain to impress. UPDATE 2/23/15: Congratulations to Coco Bar & Bistro for completely selling out to their Vegan Prix Fixe Dinner! That’s right, reservations are closed, and that’s a very, very good thing for alternative eating advocates! Coco is one of(…)
Think Social – Eat Local! The time has come again to take advantage of Local Restaurant Week: March 9th through 15th Happy days! Local Restaurant Week Spring 2015 is here and the restaurant specials are back! If you’re unfamiliar with Local Restaurant Week, no worries, Vegetarian Buffalo has covered Local Restaurant Week before. Follow that(…)
Don’t let the winter blues get to you; warm your heart and soul with Buffalo SoupFest on February 15th March 22nd! UPDATE 2/14/15: Due to the extreme weather and the travel advisory in effect, Buffalo Soup-Fest is postponing the event scheduled for Feb 15th. The safety of their patrons, restaurant staff, workers, and volunteers is(…)
Make your 2015 a classy year with some culture from Shea’s Performing Arts Center Avid Vegetarian Buffalo readers know I’m not originally from Buffalo, and one of my favorite things about moving to Nickel City happens to be the traveling broadway shows that make their way through Shea’s Performing Arts Center. I’ve seen Spamalot, Wicked, The(…)