This morning, from the other side of the Atlantic, folks in London (and across the globe) woke up to read all about Buffalo.
From the breezy waterways and cool hangouts along the Buffalo River and Lake Erie, the diversity of our neighborhoods, the timeless, repurposed architecture of Sullivan, Richardson and Wright all across the city, the charming and welcoming people, to the food, both modern and classic, The Sunday Times, one of Great Britain’s largest newspapers, is singing the praises of our fair city in an article published today.
Writer Julia Buckley, on her fourth trip to the Queen City, explains, “This time, I wanted to sit back and absorb the summer. Because if you want an all-American, easily accessible summer holiday — addictive junk food, worryingly friendly locals, blue-collar grit and millennial charm — Buffalo is your place. It’s California meets Coney Island”.
Whether it’s your first trip to Buffalo or your fiftieth, you’ll always find something unexpected.
You can read the entire piece here: Buffalo, New York: America’s coolest summer city