The mere mention of Buffalo, New York conjures up images of chicken wings and hot roast beef sandwiches. But New York’s Queen City is much more than that. Here are 10 things every foodie must do when in New York’s second-largest city.
This excursion runs more than two hours and takes you outside gritty Buffalo proper to a quiet suburb that’s loud and proud of its emerging culinary scene. East Aurora is best known for being home to the headquarters of toy giant Fisher-Price. However, stops on this tour, including the Elm Street Bakery and historic Roycroft Inn, are elbowing their way into this small town’s claim to fame. Cupcakes, coffee, handcrafted teas and upscale gastropub fare round out the tour stops. Buffalo Bites also offers a food and cultural tour of Elmowood Village for those who prefer to stay in the city.