January 2nd is a bit weird this year. That's because many people have today off, since New Year's Day fell on a Sunday; so that means the following Monday must be a national holiday.

This holiday season was anything but normal for Buffalo and Western New York.

The historic blizzard ruined Christmas weekend for everyone in Western New York and it meant that many had to push their holiday plans until New Year's weekend. For some who flew to Buffalo before the storm, they couldn't have any Christmas time with their families, due to the weather and travel bans.

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It was a tough year for the Buffalo community and to have two historic snowstorms in a six-week span, one falling on Christmas weekend, was downright awful.

One famous restaurant in West Seneca has decided to keep the Christmas season going a little longer than normal.

Ebenezer Ale House posted on Facebook that they will be keeping up their holiday decorations until January 15th, which was amazing news for many customers.

We had our Christmas party on New Year's Day, which meant it was shorter than usual, since other plans had been made. I'm sure many across Erie County had similar situations for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

It's awesome that Ebenezer Ale House has decided to leave up their holiday decorations through mid-January. It may not seem like much, but it will lift the spirits for customers, in what is traditionally a busy and downer month for many.

Is any other restaurant doing the same in Erie County?

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