5 Places in Buffalo Featured in ‘Travel And Leisure’
Here are five local places that the magazine said are “places you can’t miss!”
1. Market Arcade.
“The opulent, 1890s-era Market Arcade, with its Corinthian columns and terracotta embellishments, has finally become a full-fledged shopping and dining destination. It now has a food court, Expo, with restaurants like Mercato, a casual Italian spot that’s great for lunch, and Gypsy Bohemian Grove Bar, where many of the 24 beers on tap are brewed locally.”
2. Marble & Rye.
“highlights whiskey and choice cuts of beef. It’s the first brick-andmortar location from the beloved Black Market Food Truck, and locals have gone wild for its house-ground burger and 24-ounce T-bone.”
“a multifaceted hangout that has activities yearround. There are skate and bike rentals, carriage rides, and food stands. After dark, an 80-foothigh light exhibition is projected onto a former grain elevator—a nod to the city’s past as the world’s largest grain hub.”
“brings the bayou to the Great Lakes with a menu of rib-stickers like shrimp and grits and Gulf oyster stew. Named after the owner’s grandfather’s fishing camp, the charming restaurant has exposed-brick walls and reclaimed-wood tables.”
“The city is undergoing a craft-spirit renaissance, spurred in part by a recent law promoting small-batch liquor from New York State–grown grain. At Buffalo Distilling Co.’s new tasting room, the standouts are the oak-barrel-aged apple brandy and the bourbon, which is the first to be distilled in western New York and packs a serious punch.”