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By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Thursday, August 27, 2015

The Tavern at Windsor Park resembles an English pub the same way that an Outback Steakhouse represents an Australian restaurant. Which is to say, it doesn’t. That’s not a dark mark against it,... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Thursday, August 20, 2015

The block-letter illuminated sign in front of the Yelling Goat speaks in Neighborhood Restaurantese. MON – KIDS EAT FREE. TUES – 2 FOR 1 WINGS. Wednesday brings endless pasta. Guess if there’s... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Wednesday, August 12, 2015

If you pick the right spot, Western New York’s waterfront views can be splendid. The same cannot be said of its waterfront restaurants, which have drawn a tepid response from customers wherever... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Wednesday, August 5, 2015

After 25 years at the center of Ellicottville, Dina’s Restaurant is as much a fixture as the hills surrounding this ski town turned year-round resort. It serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Have you, or someone you love, begun to exhibit symptoms of advanced beer nerdery? Do you keep a list of beers you’ve tried, or found yourself discussing the merits of varietal hops without a... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Danny Sheehan’s started serving dinner to Lockportians on July 14, 1960. A week later, President Dwight Eisenhower announced a $1 billion budget surplus, leading to criticism that the federal... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Wednesday, July 1, 2015

The rarest thing a restaurant can offer isn’t caviar from Belarus, or eggs from free-range hens that read Proust at bedtime. It’s a consistently excellent experience, from doorway to dessert. It... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Wednesday, June 24, 2015

For years, I’ve badgered Buffalo diners for the names of their favorite restaurants with the unflattering tenacity of a dachshund on a chicken bone. One name kept resurfacing, like that guy who... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Thursday, June 18, 2015

If you are looking for a Mexican restaurant in Buffalo serving deeply favored al pastor tacos that transport you for a moment to that dusty Mexico City mercado, you’re going to have to keep... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Wednesday, June 10, 2015

It’s been 20 years since the Squire Shop, known for its bison-emblazoned silk ties, closed at the corner of Main and Fruehauf streets in Snyder. The men’s clothing emporium was followed by a... Read More

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