Comfort Suites Buffalo Airport
901 Dick Rd.
Buffalo, NY 14225
Phone: (716) 633-6000
Fax: (716) 633-6858
If you don't mind going a little out of your way, this hot spot east of Buffalo has the best barbecue in Western New York. Be it pulled pork, chicken, ribs, or sausage, it just doesn't get any better than the slow, wood-smoked delights Greg offers. The dinner menu includes the chicken-n-rib combo platter, Southern fried catfish, and a smoked Polish sausage plate. Add a good beer or a bottle of wine and you'll see why so many make the trip to this neck of the woods.
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
This tiny, old-fashioned diner is operated by Charlie Roesch, who many consider to be the food ambassador of western New York. The regional favorite of beef on weck is why you come here. Freshly sliced roast beef comes served on a salt-encrusted kummelweck roll. It's actually the "weck" roll, a kaiser-like roll topped with Kosher salt and caraway seeds, that makes the sandwich. Often Charlie himself, wearing his trademark butchers apron and white hard hat, can be seen behind the counter carving the beef himself. During the warmer months, you can dine outdoors on picnic tables. He also provides efficient catering. - Christine A. Smyczynski
Melting Pot is another name for delicious fondue and memorable dining. Enjoy warm fondue and sparkling wine in a relaxed ambiance that this place has. The classy and chic decor is complimented by bold and earthy colors on walls and furnitures. Choose from the wide range of delicious cheese on offer. This place also serves salads and seafood. All in all, this is a complete diner. This beautiful diner is also used as venue for parties and gatherings.
Since 1952, John and Mary's has been the place to go for subs, pizza, wings and more. When the late John Guida first opened the eatery, he served just three different sub sandwiches. People would line up to have their sandwiches on Friday nights. Today, the local chain of casual, family-friendly restaurants has nine locations in the Buffalo area. The menu includes many more items including pizza, chicken wings and fingers, hot and cold subs, salads, sandwiches, wraps, and even a fish fry on Fridays. Most of the restaurants now serve beer and wine to enjoy with you meal. Lunch specials are served daily from 11a to 3p. - Christine A. Smyczynski
With its recently refurbished interiors remnant of the iconic Victorian Era, the Bellevue Hotel in New York offers a classic dining experience. Located aptly at Como Park Boulevard, you can find this restaurant situated between Indian and Bennett Roads, in Cheektowaga town in New York. Munch on Mozzarella Sticks or Battered Mushrooms for appetizers or dig in some yummy wraps like Chicken Caesar or Chicken Chipotle, even as you choose from a wide spread of lunch delicacies. The seafood here is a must-try. Order some mouthwatering seafood delicacies like Cajun Fish, Breaded Fish Fry or Coconut Shrimp. Everyday, this restaurant observes happy hours from 11a to 7p.
Salvatore’s Italian Gardens is one of Western New York’s most elegant and beautiful restaurants. It is a popular place to celebrate special occasions. They have received the prestigious AAA 3 Diamond Award and the Millennium International Award of Excellence as one of America’s top 100 restaurants. Their signature dishes include Steak a la Russell, Rack of Lamb, Chateaubriand, and fresh salmon with a lobster dill sauce. Be sure to view the extensive classic car collection displayed on the outside of the restaurant. They also have banquet facilities available; their three ballrooms can accommodate between 50 to 400 guests. – Christine A. Smyczynski
This quaint restaurant specializes in old-world Polish, German, and European specialties. Start your dining experience with an appetizer, perhaps a single pierogi or potato pancake, or maybe the soup of the day. Entrees include selections like Frau Schlaubraten, godlike, and Heiglschnitzel. If you can't make up y our mind, try a Trappist sample platter, which includes one wurst, one pierogi, and one potato pancake. All entrees are served with a prosit chef salad, vegetables, sautéed apples and bread. Desserts, which are made in-house, include apple pie, cheesecake, and black forest chocolate mousse. - Christine A. Smyczynski
Since 1957, La Nova has been serving pizza and later, wings, in the Buffalo area. Owned and operated by the Todaro family, the restaurant has two locations and is the largest independent pizzeria in the United States. They ship pizza and wings overnight anywhere in the country, and are one of the top sellers of Buffalo wings in the nation. The menu features traditional pizza, a New York style pizza with really thin crust. and a gluten-free pizza. Some of their specialty pizzas include a super steak pizza, California veggie pizza, and bacon cheeseburger pizza. Their award-winning wings come in more flavors than you thought possible, and include unique selections like the Jay Leno wing and Italian style wings topped with marinara sauce. -Christine A. Smyczynski
This well-known Williamsville restaurant has been offering hospitality since 1827. Once a stagecoach stop for folks traveling between Buffalo and Batavia, the building has changed hands many times, although it has always been an inn, tavern or restaurant. It has the distinction of having the longest continuous held liquor license in New York State. Today, the menu features items like beef Wellington in puff pastry, Yankee pot roast, crab cakes and their famous beer battered fish fry. Lunch selections include pasta, salads, signature sandwiches and chicken pot pie. In February 2008, Bon Appetit Magazine named the Eagle House one of the best restaurants in America. –Christine A. Smyczynski
This restaurant is located beside Ellicott Creek in the heart of the village of Williamsville. The building the restaurant is located in was once used as the headquarters for General Winfield Scott during the War of 1812. Many diners enjoy sitting on the heated covered patio which overlooks the creek. The menu features American regional selections like Black Angus steak and seafood specialties like fresh haddock, trout and salmon. Lunch includes a variety of salads, along with sandwiches like beef on weck, club sandwiches and burgers. It is just steps away from village shops and Island Park. -Christine A. Smyczynski
This family owned and operated restaurant and catering company has been a fixture on Williamsville's Main Street for over 20 years. They specialize in soups, sandwiches, and salads, which are all made fresh daily. Some of their sandwiches include roast turkey, corned beef, and even a veggie pita with hummus. Grilled sandwiches include corned beef with swiss, pastrami with provolone, grilled cheese with tomato, and their spinach bread sandwich of the day. Moreover, the salad menu features a spinach salad, Greek salad and taco salad. One of their specialty services is corporate catering and local delivery to places of business, as well as catering for showers, cocktail parties, and other events. You can even call ahead and order a boxed lunch to take along on a road trip or picnic. - Christine A. Smyczynski