708 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; 886-2977
Offering Greek specialties, all Greek wine list, daily
brunch, and casual offerings in a friendly neighborhood
atmosphere. Hours: M–F, 8am–11pm. $
5877 Main St.., Williamsville; 810-9489
Classic Greek diner menu served in a contemporary room.
Hours: 7am–11pm, daily. $$$
510 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; 886-9175
Authentic Greek cuisine featuring dinner specials, seafood,
a popular brunch menu, plus full service catering. Hours:
M–Sa, 7am–11pm; Su, 7am–9pm. $
3221 Sheridan Dr., Amherst; 837-7310
Calling itself “home of the souvlaki,” Tom’s Restaurant
is known for its souvlaki. Tom’s serves breakfast, lunch,
and dinner twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
186 Allen St., Buffalo; 884-5128
Greek-American diner with breakfast, lunch, and dinner,
and late-night service. Hours: Tu–Th, 7am–1am; F–M,
5711 Transit Rd., East Amherst; 639-4550
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Specialties include
Greek appetizers, pastitso, and gyros. Hours: Su–Sa,
3545 Sheridan Dr., Amherst; 837-3038
Offers Indian fare as well as a wide assortment of sweets.
Hours: Su–Sa, 11am–2:30pm for lunch; 4:30–10pm for
452 Pearl St., Buffalo; 768-4426
This restaurant serves delicious and homey Indian favorites and has quickly become a popular downtown lunch
spot. Hours: Su–Th, 11:30am–10pm; F–Sa, 11:30am–
3500 Main St., Ste. 370, Amherst; 834-1400
Known for its large dosas, this entirely vegetarian eatery
also caters to those who have chosen a Jain or vegan
lifestyle. Hours: Daily, 11am–9:30pm. $$
1116 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; 886-4000
Specialties include lamb madrasi, chicken masala,
varieties of naan, kheer, and desserts. Hours: lunch,
11am–2:30pm; dinner, Su–Th, 4:30–10pm; F–Sa, 4: 30–
Hyderabad Biryani House
545 Transit Rd., Williamsville; 636-2255
Authentic Indian/Pakistani cuisine and vegetarian specialties. Hours: M, W, Th, lunch 11:30–2: 30, Sa–Su,
11:30am–3pm; Dinner, M, W, Th, Su 5:30–9:30pm, F,
Sa, 5:30–10pm, closed Tu $$
Jewel of India
1264 Hertel Ave., Buffalo; 877-1264
Lunch buffet daily. Traditional Indian offerings such as breads,
curried chickpeas, and tandoori. Hours: Su–Sa; lunch,
11:30am–2:30pm; dinner, 4:30–10pm. $$
Kabab & Curry
5185 Transit Rd., Williamsville; 565-3822
Indian, Pakistani cuisine. Spacious surroundings with
exotic music and waterfalls. Specialties include lamb or
chicken karahi, and dosa. Hours: lunch, M–F, 11:30am–
2:30pm; Sa–Su, 11:30am–3pm; dinner, M–Su,
3192 Sheridan Dr., Amherst; 835-0700
Offering Indian, Kashmiri, and Haaka Chinese cuisine,
Shalimar Garden is open for lunch and dinner, and offers
banquet space and catering. Hours: M–F, 11:30am–
10pm; Sa-Su, 11:30am–11pm. $$
2290 Delaware Ave., Buffalo; 875-1000
Nuanced Indian dishes; a favorite of Buffalo Spree’s
Budget Crunch restaurant critic. Hours: lunch, Su–Sa,
11:30am–2:30pm; dinner, Su–Th, 4:30–10pm; F–Sa,
Taste of India
3093 Sheridan Dr., Amherst; 837-0460
Lunch buffet daily and a dinner buffet on Tuesdays.
Traditional Indian dishes including breads, curried
chickpeas, and tandoori. Hours: daily, lunch, 11:30am–
2:30pm; dinner, daily, M–Th 4:30–10pm.; F–Sa, 4: 30–
7170 Transit Rd., Williamsville; 635-4750
Specialties include seafood, pasta dishes, steak, and veal.
Hours: M–Sa, 5pm–10pm. $$
@mobilewoodfire; pizzaamorewoodfire.com; facebook.
A mobile wood-burning pizza truck with the ability to churn
out crispy pizzas in under ten minutes.
@rnrbbqtruck; rnrbbq.com; facebook.com/barbeque-foodtruck
R&R features a variety of homemade BBQ-themed dishes.
Rico’s Pinchos Place
Find it on Facebook
This truck serves Puerto Rican fare in the form of soups,
fritters, and sandwiches.
@roamingbuffalo1; theroamingbuffalo.org; facebook.
Roaming Buffalo features pub grub with a local twist.
Whole Hog, The
Pulled pork sandwiches and other comfort foods, often-prepared with locally-sourced ingredients.
You Crack Me Up
Buffalo’s first breakfast, brunch, lunch, and brinner all day
Lait Cru Brasserie
346 Connecticut St., Bufalo; 462-4100
Operating in the Horsefeathers Market, this French-Inspired brasserie on Buffalo’s West Side serves
breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Hours: Tu–Sa, breakfast &
lunch 9am– 2.30pm, dinner 5–9pm, Su Brunch 10:3am–
537 Main St., 436-3244
Casual French bistro with raclette grills, fondues, lunch,
weekend brunch, and dinner Hours: Tu–Th, 11:30am–
10pm, F, 11:30am–11pm, Sa, 11am–11pm, Su, 11am–
Webster’s Bistro & Bar
102 Webster St., North Tonawanda; 264-4314
Intimate French bistro in an unlikely location. Hours:
Tu–W, 4:40pm–9:30pm; Th, 4:30pm–10pm; F–Sa,
Black Water Tavern
12443 Broadway St., Alden; 2902-4317
The cozy wood-lined pub, with two communal tables and
a fireplace, serves sandwiches, wings, and some larger
plates. Hours: M, 11am–9pm; Tu–F, 11am–11pm; Su,
Craft Tap House
701 Main St., East Aurora, 714-5440
Offers more than 20 draft beers, 30 bottled beers, and
18 bottles of wine for $20, plus quality pub fare. Hours:
M–Th, 2pm–12am, F, 2pm–2am, Sa-Su, 12pm–2am
Griffon Pub, The
2470 Military Rd., Niagara Falls; 236-7474
5445 Transit Rd., Clarence; 580-3701
634 Main St., East Aurora; 714-9301
Pub grub and a broad assortment of craft beers make
the Griffon Pub the only place of its kind in Niagara Falls.
A Transit location opened in 2015 and EA in 2016. Call
each location for hours. $$
490 Rhode Island St., Buffalo; 464-3786;
Casual yet elegant, small shared plates are emphasized
as a social experience. Traditional flavors with a modern
American twist. Dog-friendly patio and two lots of free
parking Hours: M–Th, 4pm–12am, F, 3pm–2am, Sa,
10am–2am, Su, 11am–3pm . $$
Thin Man Brewery
492 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; 923-4100
The only brewery operating in Buffalo’s historic Elmwood
Village with fresh, housemade dishes and some of the
best beer served on three floors and a patio. Hours: M–
Th, 3pm–1am, Fri, 3pm–2am; Sa, 11am–2am, Su, 11am–
Black Forest Adler
2447 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst; 564-2447
Classic German fare served in a casual environment. Sauerbraten and schnitzels, bratwurst, and classic German
desserts. Hours: W–Su, 4–8pm. $$
Scharf’s German Restaurant und Bar
2683 Clinton St., Buffalo; 895-7249
Authentic German-American cuisine. Specialties include
potato pancakes, roast duck, wienerschnitzel. Hours: Tu–
Su, 4pm–9pm; bar: Sa, Su, noon; happy hour: 4-7pm
Schnitzel & Co.
15 New Rd., East Amherst; 689-3600
Swiss and German favorites, including schnitzel and
sausages. Call for hours. $$
University of Buffalo’s very own food truck; find it on campus.
Big Suzie’s Little Bakery
@bigsuzies; bigsuzies.com; facebook.com/bigsuzies.
Score some dessert on wheels from this little bakery with
a large name.
Center Street Smokehouse
@centerstsmoke; centerstreetsmokehouse.com; face-book.com/centerstreetsmokehouse.com
The Batavia restaurant known for its barbecue hits city
Buffalo’s first gourmet cheesecake dessert truck, offering
exclusive flavors made fresh from scratch.
Grilled cheese with a twist; Buffalo chicken, pesto, apple
& bacon, tomato soup, build your own mac n cheese, and
Every day, a new menu of sweet and savory crepes is
offered from this adorable little kitchen on wheels.
WNY’s only waffle food truck
Dirty Bird Chicken ‘n’ Waffles
Food Truck bringing you a variety of fresh gourmet sandwiches stuffed in between Belgian waffles!!
Flaming Fish, The
@flaminfishtruck; facebook.com/FlamingFish Truck
This food truck serves fried fish and shrimp in tacos, quesadillas, and sandwiches.
Frank Gourmet Hot Dogs
@findfranknow; findfranknow.com; facebook.com/
Frank carries a variety of high quality dogs topped with
fresh, housemade ingredients in exciting combinations.
Five styles of gourmet topped french fries including hand-cut, waffle, and sweet potato and more than 20 sauces,
seasonings, and toppings
Fresh, made to order Asian cuisine
The Great Foodini
@Gr8Foodini; greatfoodinifoodtruck.com; facebook.
Pizza, wraps, sweets, and more.
Hawaiian BBQ Food Truck
Hawaiian BBQ is a fusion of American and Asian dishes
with an Island twist.
Healthy Scratch Food Truck
Organic and clean eats on the go.
House of Munch
@houseofmunch; houseofmunch.net; facebook.com/
HoM sells fried dough, caramel corn, cotton candy, and
other carnival favorites.
J&L Boulevard Barbecue
buffalosbestbbq; buffalosbestbbq.com; find it on Facebook
Pulled pork, brisket, and smoked turkey are regularly featured menu items.
@whereslloyd; whereslloyd.com; facebook.com/lloyd-tacotrucks
Lloyd’s take on tacos, burritos, nachos, and other south-of-the-border favorites are tough to beat.
Asian fusion and Latin American cuisine
Louisiana Cookery, The
@findthecrawdad; thelouisianacookery.com; facebook.
The Cookery offers jambalaya, etoufee, and other items
that make up Lousianna’s most popular regional dishes.
Maria’s Bene Cibo
Great sandwiches to go, featuring muffuletta sandwiches,
variety of grilled panini sandwiches, and family famous
Mineo & Sapio Street Eats
A truck featuring sausage from Buffalo’s longtime West
Side sausage company.
Ms. Judi’s Food Truck
Fresh comfort food from Italy, Korea, Poland Japan, and
beyond Chicago-style Italian beef sandwiches, Korean
Bulgogi with fresh kimchi rice, and Polish pierogi