Here’s a true blue Buffalo eatery for you… the Swannie House. Located amidst the city’s hulking grain elevators, stepping into the Swannie is like stepping back into history. If you have never been to the Swannie House, finding it can be a small chore, but that can also be half the fun as well. Part of the charm of the eatery is the drive (or bike) there. Head behind the HSBC, pass the DL&W Train Terminal, drive along the Cobblestone District, veer off before the Elk Street Terminal Lofts, head for the looming General Mills elevator and take a left at the Edward M. Cotter fireboat (situated on Buffalo River) and you have found yourself in the parking lot of the Swannie House. Look for the name of the joint on a street sign attached to the outside of a beautiful redbrick building that is situated on a corner lot.