Downtown Buffalo has a new grocery store! The store, which is named the Braymiller Market, opened in September 2021. The store is located at the corner of Ellicott and Clinton streets, right across from the downtown Central Library.

The store is perfect for people who live or work downtown. It's not too big, but it carries pretty much anything you need to grab for lunch or dinner. Of course, it has fresh produce too, since that's where it all started,

Our roots are deeply embedded as a farm stand, but we’ve grown into so much more! From catering and gourmet fruit baskets to groceries and ice cream, our market has everything you need for daily meals and celebrations. Check out what’s “more” – we hope to see you soon!

Braymiller has a full deli, it had items like sandwiches, burritos, and even lasagne. You can check out the deli menu and specials here. There are several tables downstairs and upstairs where you can enjoy a meal from the deli. It also has an ice cream stand, local food items, fruit baskets, and even offers catering.

The market has a variety of job openings, including full and part-time positions. People with all levels of experience are encouraged to apply. If you are interested, you can complete the application at www.braymillerjobs.com. Braymiller Market is also partnering with the City of Buffalo to recruit through the Buffalo Employment Training Center.

- Drivers
- Mechanicals associates
- Maintenance associates
- Retail associates
- Wholesale associates
- Deli/meat/seafood associates
- Ice cream associates

By Yasmin Young
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The store will not only serve residents of existing condos and lofts downtown, but it will also serve the people who move into the new building at 201 Ellicott Street. There is a parking lot too, which is nice since parking downtown is hard to come by.

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