March Highlights Buffalo Restaurants Participating in Local Restaurant Week
There are many great reasons to go out to dinner from March 9th-15th. Buffalo restaurants are dusting off the winter doldrums with anticipation of much needed sunshine and hungry patrons with cabin fever!
It is a fabulous time to become familiar with amazing Buffalo restaurants and bars during Local Restaurant Week. This popular event gives locals and visitors a chance to try some of the area’s best restaurants at a great price. It doesn’t matter what you want to eat; you can find plenty of restaurants that participate. From amazing steaks to just-caught seafood to vegetarian fare that even a carnivore would crave – it’s all available nearby. The sheer number of choices can be overwhelming.
Each restaurant creates a specially-priced menu for lunch, dinner, or both. The multi-course meals highlight some of the best each Restaurant has to offer, and it is a wonderful opportunity to try something new or to go back to an old favorite. More than 200 Restaurants ensure that there will be something to suit every taste.
A full list of participating Buffalo restaurants, as well as others in our region, is available on the event tab of our website. What better way to celebrate our regional food culture than by going out with your friends, grabbing a bite to eat, and enjoying all that our community has to offer. Not only does Local Restaurant Week give consumers the opportunity to be adventurous and try new restaurants by offering Dining Features starting at $20.15, but it also encourages them to skip national chain restaurants in favor of supporting local independently owned restaurants. Profits from each dollar spent at your locally-owned, independent restaurant stay right here in WNY and help make our community stronger.
Buffalo and Niagara Falls offer many cultural signposts, but none are more embraced and cherished than local, independent restaurants. These neighborhood restaurants provide a showcase for our regional identity. Restaurant Weeks have taken off across the country, but it would be hard to find a region where the concept has been more successful than Western New York.