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Head to Red Mango for Nutella Frozen Yogurt

Head to Red Mango for Nutella Frozen Yogurt

Food trends in Western New York may be delayed compared to bigger cities, but they tend to blow up once they finally arrive. In 2011 we saw four cupcake shops open around Western New York and last year we saw four Ethiopian restaurants open in the city. It’s taken a little bit longer, but Frozen Yogurt has finally arrived in Western New York. Yogen Fruz has been taking over local malls since 2009, but it wasn’t until last year when Yo Betty and FroYo Culture added some more frozen yogurt options.

Enjoy Some Of The Finest Outdoor Patio Dining!

Enjoy Some Of The Finest Outdoor Patio Dining!

Here is a list of Restaurants that have outdoor patios! It's going be a beautiful summer so, get out & enjoy all we have to offer!

Here's What's Happening For The Holiday Weekend!

Here's What's Happening For The Holiday Weekend!
Below is a full list of specials & events this weekend!

Mother's Day Brunch

Mother's Day Brunch

Wonering where to take Mom this Sunday for her special day?

Click on links below for a list of Mother's Day Brunch-

 

 

Local Restaurant Week Spring 2013

Local Restaurant Week Spring 2013

Who's serving up what? Take a look at what some of your favorite restaurants are serving for Local Restaurant Week, click on the links below for a look at their menus:

 

This Weekend: Easter Dining, Food & Drink Specials, Live Music, Theater & More

This Weekend: Easter Dining, Food & Drink Specials, Live Music, Theater & More

Click on the links below for a full list of the days events:

Some highlights:

Wok & Roll Has Unique Chinese Cuisine

Wok & Roll Has Unique Chinese Cuisine

Wok & Roll looks like an average Western New York Chinese restaurant. The interior is cleaner then most, but you’ll still find the trademark picture menu above the counter. It’s located in a busy plaza off Sheridan drive and the name Wok and Roll makes me think of a Chinese restaurant that you’d find in a mall, but like Peking Quick One they offer homestyle Cantonese and Dim Sum on a “secret menu” (it’s not really a secret, and it’s posted online) and it’s damn good. Our table had seven people and luckily everyone was feeling pretty adventurous that night, so we decided to order our dishes “family style” and try as much as possible (our grand total was 12 different dishes).