In case you missed it this last fall, The Food Network was in Western New York filming at a couple local restaurants for their popular television show, Restaurant: Impossible.

Those restaurants were Casa Di Francesca's and Park Vue in Buffalo and O'Neill's Stadium Inn in Orchard Park.

But those are just the latest three to be featured on The Food Network. In fact, the total has reached double-digits when it comes to local restaurants that The Food Network has visited.

Buffalo is a super prideful town and when a local restaurant is featured on a national scale, Western New Yorkers feel a huge sense of pride that the rest of the country is being introduced to foods and restaurants that we have known for a long time, are fantastic.

You probably have been to most, if not, all of these places.

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