The resurgence of Buffalo is evident in so many ways. Make your way around town and you’ll witness transformative architectural projects, reactivated greenspaces and parks, bustling neighborhoods, and a reenergized waterfront. But given that the identity of this city is so heavily built on our unique food scene, it’s to no one’s surprise that our evolving food culture is another example of how Buffalo is in the midst of a big comeback.
In a recent Food & Wine feature, writer David Landsel, sampling some of Buffalo’s newest culinary additions, proclaims that “If You Haven’t Been to Buffalo Lately, We Have So Much to Talk About”. From the reinvigorated streets of Downtown Buffalo to the vastly diverse restaurants of the West Side and beyond, Food & Wine highlights the transformation of Buffalo and its culinary landscape.
“After so much time flying under the radar, the city is undergoing a slow, steady, and altogether remarkable transformation,” Landsel writes for Food & Wine. “While Buffalo has always been a worthy destination for classic things, from architecture to treasured food traditions, there’s so much new stuff to see.”
Read the entire Food & Wine feature here: If You Haven’t Been to Buffalo Lately, We Have So Much to Talk About.