When I saw this company on Instagram I was like, "Wow, that's such a unique idea!" LuxNic offers various packages, where they will set up a picnic for you at your chosen location. I think this is perfect for men, who want to do something special for their ladies. How sweet would it be to have a picnic as a first date. It's something different and more intimate than just going out to a restaurant. And now that COVID-19 cases are on the rise because of the Delta variant, it seems like a safer option than going to a crowded restaurant.
I was browsing LuxNic's Instagram page and saw that there are different packages from which you can choose. The minimum is $150 and it goes up from there. Summer in Buffalo is the perfect time to have a picnic. Get out and enjoy the nice weather while we have it. You can check out LuxNic's Instagram page here.
If you're thinking about using LuxNic's services, I've got some parks below that you might want to try. We've got great parks near the water.
1. Delaware Park Hoyt Lake is definitely a hot spot (no pun intended). It's a great place to walk around by the water, sit by the water or even get out on the water in one of the rental boats. It's a 5 to 20 minute trip, if you live in Buffalo.
2. Buffalo Harbor State Park, located at 1111 Fuhrmann Boulevard in Buffalo, is 190-acres by the water. It has views of the outer harbor and Lake. Gallagher Beach is located at the Outer Harbor.
3. Wilkeson Pointe is a part of the Outer Harbor. It's just a 10 to 20 minute car ride from downtown Buffalo.
4. Lasalle Park is another spot in the city, where you can catch some water views and a nice breeze coming off the water. It's about a 5 to 20 minute ride, depending on where you live in the city.
5. Broderick Park is located at 1170 Niagara Street in Buffalo. It has views and access to the Black Rock Canal on one side and the Niagara River on the other.
Broderick Park recently underwent an $11 million makeover with improvements to the park, the Bird Island Pier and the West Ferry Street Bridge. The park is listed as a designated Network to Freedom site by the U.S. National Parks Service and recognized by historians as an historic terminus of the Underground Railroad between the United States and Canada, Located at the foot of Ferry Street on the scenic Niagara River, a plaque in the park pays tribute to the men and women who crossed the water from that point to freedom in Canada. ~ Visit Buffalo Niagara
6. Unity Island Park separates the Niagara River and the Black Rock Canal.