Broadway-Fillmore: Mixing It Up

Once the heart of Buffalo’s Polish population, the crossroads of Broadway and Fillmore Avenue – while still bearing more than a few traces of Polski traditions – is now a diverse neighborhood of African-American, Vietnamese and Bangladeshi residents. This heterogeneous mix is reflected inside the confines of the Broadway Market where pierogi is served alongside soul food as well as on the street where the Tu Hieu Buddhist Cultural Center has joined the company of Corpus Christi and St. Stanislaus Catholic churches. Standing tall above the entire neighborhood is the Central Terminal, a massive Art Deco building that served as Buffalo’s train station until 1979. Today, a non-profit restoration corporation is charged with bringing new life to this historic symbol of Buffalo’s past.

Explore the Neighborhood

Points of Interest

THINGS TO DO

EAT & DRINK

STAY

Adam Mickiewicz Library & Dramatic Circle

Adam Mickiewicz Library & Dramatic Circle

612 Fillmore Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14212

Alive Christian Bookstore

Alive Christian Bookstore

2275 Fillmore Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14214

Arty's Grill

Arty's Grill

508 Peckham Street
Buffalo, NY 14212

Bangla Bazaar

Bangla Bazaar

2290 Fillmore Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14214

Bay Leaf Restaurant

Bay Leaf Restaurant

864 Broadway
Buffalo, NY 14212

Broadway Market

Broadway Market

999 Broadway
Buffalo, NY 14212

Buffalo Central Terminal

Buffalo Central Terminal

495 Paderewski Drive
Buffalo, NY 14212

Dipped and Designed by Mallory

Dipped and Designed by Mallory

73 Glenwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14209

Holy Feast Food Truck

Holy Feast Food Truck

998 Broadway
Buffalo, NY 14212

Jefferson Street Heritage Gallery

607 Jefferson Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14212

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