Black Rock: Distinctive Charm

In its early years, Black Rock was its own village just north of Buffalo, rivaling its southern neighbor for economic prominence. It wasn’t until 1853 that Buffalo annexed Black Rock; over 150 years later, this neighborhood still retains its own distinct charm. From classic taverns and diners to a religious artifacts museum, innovative restaurants and the “honkiest tonkiest beer joint in town,” the businesses of Black Rock reflect its unique character and history.

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Buffalo Religious Arts Center

Buffalo Religious Arts Center

157 East Street
Buffalo, NY 14207

Sportsmen's Tavern

Sportsmen's Tavern

326 Amherst Street
Buffalo, NY 14207

Sophia's

Sophia's

749 Military Road
Buffalo, NY 14216

Dapper Goose

Dapper Goose

491 Amherst Street
Buffalo, NY 14207

AcQua Catering

AcQua Catering

2192 Niagara Street
Buffalo, NY 14207

AcQua Catering

AcQua Catering

2192 Niagara Street
Buffalo, NY 14207

ALT Theatre

ALT Theatre

255 Great Arrow Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14207

Artsphere Studio & Gallery

447 Amherst Street
Buffalo, NY 14207

Ashker's Juice Bar and Bistro - Blackrock

Ashker's Juice Bar and Bistro - Blackrock

414 Amherst Street
Buffalo, NY 14207

Bagel Jay's - Buffalo

Bagel Jay's - Buffalo

2130 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14216

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