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HOMES OF DISTINCTION
J&L Boulevard Barbecue
buffalosbestbbq; buffalosbestbbq.com; find it on
Pulled pork, brisket, and smoked turkey are regularly
featured menu items.
@whereslloyd; whereslloyd.com; facebook.com/
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; face-book.com/louisianacookery
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
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
@mobilewoodfire; pizzaamorewoodfire.com; face-book.com/pizzaamorewoodfire
A mobile wood-burning pizza truck with the ability to churn
out crispy pizzas in under ten minutes.
@rnrbbqtruck; rnrbbq.com; facebook.com/barbe-quefoodtruck
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; face-book.com/theroamingbuffalo
Roaming Buffalo features pub grub with a local twist.
Whole Hog, The
Pulled pork sandwiches and other comfort foods, oftenpre-pared 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– 2.30pm $$$
537 Main St., 436-3244
Casual French bistro with raclette grills, fondues, lunch,
weekend brunch, and dinner Hours: Tu–Th, 11:30am–10pm, F,
11:30am–11pm, Sa, 11am–11pm, Su, 11am–3pm. $$
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, 4:30pm–11pm.
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 $$
Griffon Pub, The
2470 Military Rd., Niagara Falls; 236-7474
5445 Transit Rd., Clarence; 580-3701
634 Main St., East Aurora; 714-9301
Pub grub and a broad assortment of craft beers make the
Griffon Pub the only place of its kind in Niagara Falls. A
Transit location opened in 2015 and EA in 2016. Call each
location for hours. $$
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