Your Queen City has been named one of the 8 Most Underrated Cities in America, according to Jetsetter, as reported by Buffalo Rising.

Buffalo Rising writing the article can;'t be more appropriate as Buffalo itself is definitely on the rise.  Since I arrived here in 2011, I've seen and felt the growth.  Summer in Buffalo is a very exciting time as it seems like there is never a dull moment with all the different Festivals and Canalside Events, etc.

The listing as on of the 8 Most Underrated Cities in America is a commendable one.  This is what Jetsetter said about their finding regarding Buffalo.

“Some 70 years after the Great Depression delivered a mighty blow to this once wealthy industrial boomtown, Buffalo is finally on the upswing. Forward-thinking creatives are beginning to repurpose the gritty grain silos and Frank Lloyd Wright architecture that once defined the city landscape, while the arrival of younger residents seeking out Buffalo’s still-affordable housing options has reenergized the city’s social scene. You won’t go wrong at corner taverns like Arty’s Grill and Gene McCarthy’s, which keep the fun going until 4 a.m., or getting a taste of what Buffalo does best (yes, we’re talking wings!). Don’t miss the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, a bastion for 20th-century American art, or Hotel Henry, a stylish 88-room sleep built inside an abandoned 1870s asylum designed by lauded American architect Henry Hobson Richardson.” – Jetsetter