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Fish fry finder

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Once Lent hits, Buffalonians flock to restaurants, pubs and churches for their favorite fish fries. With all the options out there, and only 40 days to truly relish fish fry season, we figured we’d help you find the best places for a Lenten feast near you.

1. BuffaloFishFry.com
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Photos: Lagniappes Gator Roast on Allen St.

gallery by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Lagniappes French Quarter Cafe's head chef and owner Chris Silverstein is one of three people in New York State licensed to cook alligator. How cool is that? Rotating two four-foot long gators on a spit in front of Lagniappes (220 Allen St.) at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Silverstein piqued the curiosity of passersby with the strong aroma of cooking meat and the presence of a very bright green…

Taste of Buffalo makes the NY Post

blog by Ben Kirst  •   •  

That's a lot of hungry Western New Yorkers.

Thank you, Jennifer Ceaser, for giving New York City subway riders, coffee-shop customers and right-wing zealots one of Buffalo’s favorite festivals recognition.

In today’s New York Post article “I remember when it used to be about the food: 8 tasty festivals that get back to the basics,” Ceasar includes the Taste of Buffalo among food adventures that defy the “...Food…

Roastin’ gator at Lagniappes French Quarter Cafe

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Eating roasted alligator is old hat in the South, but it’s still pretty new to us in Buffalo.

Lagniappes French Quarter Cafe and chef/owner Chris Silverstein will host the fifth annual Alligator Roast in Allentown today at 3 p.m. to bring authentic New Orleans to Buffalo on Fat Tuesday. In the South, “people look for any reason to include alligator in their dishes,” Silverstein…

Something fishy at Mighty Taco

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Screen capture from MightyTaco.com

While you’re abstaining from red meat this Lenten season, gorge yourself with fried fish wrapped in a tortilla instead.

Mighty Taco‘s seasonal Mighty Fish Taco is back at the regional fast food chain, and this year it’s available in a bigger “burrito size,” according to the company’s official Facebook page announcement. Fasting never felt so—filling?

The fish taco is $2.39, and…

We be RRRollin’

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Get your lower set of teeth ready to unroll that rim—Tim Hortons RRRoll Up the Rim to Win campaign is back in action for 2012.

This year, the Canadian coffee and doughnut chain is advertising a bunch of brand new prizes for those coffee drinkers who (1.) can actually manage to unroll that rim, (2.) discover they’re in possession of a game-winning cup. Among the most coveted…

For the love of all things paczki

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Broadway Market poster

The day has come. The perfect little day that Polish (and non-Polish) people alike look forward to wedged between Christmas and Easter. This Tuesday, get ready for Pączki Day 2012. Pronounced (poonch-key), this delectable Polish doughnut dessert is a Polonia favorite.

Of course, around town there are a few events that are willing to check out if you’re looking to get your…

Photos: Buffalo Zoo’s Polar Bites

gallery by Don Nieman  •   •  

Buffalo Zoo hosts Polar Bites wine, cheese, beer and specialty food festival at the Convention Center.

Over 1500 friends of the Buffalo Zoo came together in the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center to enjoy the best of local wines, beers, and specialty foods in the Polar Bites fundraiser. This annual benefit for the Zoo showcases some of the best restaurants, breweries, wineries and other specialty services in the Western New York Region while offering the friends of the Zoo a chance…

Buffalo web foodies

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Flickr / adactio

Get to know Buffalo’s premier food bloggers and business minds at the Buffalo Web Foodies panel, 6 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Artisan Kitchens and Baths.

With the local food scene boiling over with new restaurants and bursting with food truck excitement, social media has played an integral role in spreading the news and keeping locals up to speed on what’s up-and-coming. At Social…

Dinosaur meets Buffalo

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Flickr / mackarus

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, a Syracuse-based barbecue joint that’s been a Central New York favorite since 1988, is coming to Buffalo.

According to Rochester’s Democrat and Chronicle, the “roadhouse-themed bar and restaurant” branched out to other New York cities Rochester, Harlem and Troy, and two out-of-state restaurants are slated to open in Newark, N.J. and Stamford, Conn.

Now, a…

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