Comfort Suites Downtown
601 Main St.
Buffalo, NY 14203
Phone: (716) 854-5500
Fax: (716) 854-4836
601 Main St., Buffalo, NY, US, 14203
- Phone: (716) 854-5500
- Fax: (716) 854-4836
Bars & Cafes
As a comfortable place to escape the daily grind, this quintessential Irish tavern offers both excellent pub food and a convivial atmosphere for a quiet drink. The menu is basic pub grub with chicken wings, burgers, and fish fry. The tavern is right in the center of the Theater District action with Shea's Performing Arts Center and Irish Classical Theatre Company a mere two blocks to the west. The early 20th-century mix of an old copper ceiling, interior brick walls and dark wood add to the feeling that you're back in Ireland.
Darcy McGee's hosts a fun and friendly atmosphere with the Irish hospitality you'd expect from an authentic pub. Enjoy a pitcher or two of any of their imported or domestic beers while lounging in the comfy, wood-panelled surroundings. The bar itself was crafted in and imported from Ireland! They also offer a hearty menu of classic Irish home-cooking. Locals keep coming back for the Dublin City Fish-n-Chips, and D'arcy's Famous Corned Beef & Cabbage is a favorite of regular and new patrons. Cap off the night with a brew and live performance.
One of the quieter bars along the Chippewa Club Zone, this club offers the odd combination of retro-rock and Irish drinking songs for the over-25 crowd. There's an outdoor patio for those warm summer evenings, a nice mix of domestic and imported beers—as well as the harder stuff—and an even nicer mix of regulars and out-of-towners who like the less rowdy side of the night club scene. Best of all, no lippy DJs or cover charge.
This underground dance club is the only one of its kind in the Buffalo region. Subzero presents the best DJs spinning all genres of music ranging from house to hip hop and even some old school classics. This nightclub has a 70-foot patio spanning Chippewa Street. This is one place in Buffalo definitely worth checking out.
Formerly known as the Warehaus, the Buckin' Buffalo Saloon is a star on buffalo's night scene. The club regularly presents live acts and houses three bars. Sip on one of the concoctions prepared here and dive into the 10,000-square-foot dance floor bumping to an eclectic range of music. The Buckin' Buffalo Saloon also holds events like a karaoke night, ladies night and annual events like Miss Buckin' Buffalo.
Located close the the Chippewa Strip, Club W is a lively place to socialize and make friends. The interiors are impressively done with cozy leather couches, a large stage and a dance floor. Bands like the 'Deep Blue Dream', 'Sonic Garden' and 'Jackdaw' have performed at this venue. Titled as the "Best Dance Club of 2007" by the Buffalo Music Awards, this club is a venue for many unforgettable live performances. With Buffalo's biggest 360 bar, the VIP lounge and facilities like wireless internet connection and flat screen TVs, it is one of the best places to host any kind of corporate or social events.
This locally-owned coffeehouse offers a welcomed alternative to corporate shops and is the place to relax while enjoying a delicious cup of joe. The large two-room cafe has become a gallery for local artists and a stage for local musicians. The menu includes several baked goods and other food items. In addition, you'll find a wide selection of coffee products and machines for sale. The Calumet Arts Club is a hop, skip and a jump from this Delaware location.
This bar and grill is located in the downtown Buffalo Chippewa entertainment district. This combination sports bar and restaurant offers a menu that includes pasta, gourmet sandwiches, salads, and wings. Drink specials include beer buckets, cosmos and "dirty" martinis. They advertise that they have the best "sangwich" in town. Pasta dishes include spaghetti, stuffed shells, fettuccini alfredo, chicken pamigiano, and meatball salad. Their pizza, which they refer to as "beetza," includes cheese, pepperoni, steak and cheese, and meatball. There are six large plasma screen TV's in the bar area and a large window overlooking Delaware and Chippewa if you prefer people watching. - Christine A. Smyczynski
While this upscale yet casual downtown eatery has all sorts of lunch and dinner entrees to choose from, the reason you come here is for the chocolate. First, the entrees offer salads like Greek pasta salad, Buffalo cobb salad or Thai chicken salad, or perhaps try a sandwich like turkey Florentine, peanut butter, honey and banana or Buffalo chicken. Then there's desserts, with specialties like molten lava cake, frozen hot chocolate and more, including homemade ice cream with flavors like Belgian hot fudge, sinnamon (sinfully delicious cinnamon?), and "peanut butter panic". They also serve over 2 dozen different martinis. - Christine A. Smyczynski
Despite the name, Founding Fathers Pub does not harken back to those heady days of colonial tumult in the Americas. In fact, the building is from 1874 and the quaint pub/restaurant inside has only been in existence for a couple of decades. Nonetheless, former teacher-cum bar owner Mike Driscoll loves history, where he will regale you with stories and facts alongside craft brews and better-than-average pub-grub. On the walls you will see presidential portraits, national knick-knacks and memorabilia from Mike's own collection and one of the best things about Founding Fathers is the free nachos and popcorn. Everything else on the menu like sandwiches, burgers and salads are all under 10USD and don't forget to check out trivia night held the first Tuesday of every month, bring your thinking caps!
The oldest still-operating tavern in Buffalo, this down-town drinking establishment located outside Allentown got its start in 1868. Offering traditional German good cheer, food, service and beer, the tavern is popular with regulars and out-of-towners. The menu includes many German-American favourites such as potato pancakes, wiener schnitzel, and German sausage platters.
Just Vino fills the need for those who love wine and just about everything else that has to do with the grapevine. From wine tasting to amazing happy hour specials, guests can rest assured that the knowledgeable barkeeps will assist you in determining what suits their palate. In addition to red, white, rose, Cava, Prosecco, etc., Just Vino also serves small plates to accompany the glass, some of the items include the standard cheese and bread, however there are still some innovative dishes that are worth a try, like their 'Wine Pie', a pizza topped with Manchego cheese, Iberian ham and wine grapes or the pheasant pâté paired with fig jam and toast. The menu changes often so check website for details or if you want to rent the space for a party, wedding, banquet or for any other event.