It's honestly, kind of sad.

Buffalo is known for our food. Our culture. It's something that we love to talk about and indulge. In fact, Buffalo has been ranked as the best foodie city in American before.

In 1967, Washington Square Bar and Grill opened up for the first time. How many times have you been there in downtown Buffalo before a Sabres or Bandits game or before a concert? It's sad to see traditions die, especially when good people are behind them.

Owners Vincent and Misty Spano are asking $575,000 for the four-story building, built in 1890, at 295 Washington St. For generations, Washington Square served downtown workers and fans and concert-goers heading to Sahlen Field or KeyBank Center", according to WGRZ.

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There have been so many restaurants that are struggling because of 2020 and especially COVID-19, here are a few of the staples that are gone and/or up for sale.

  • 1

    Amy's Place

    3234 Main St, Buffalo
  • 2

    Angelica Tea Room

    517 Washington St, Buffalo
  • 3

    Black Button Distillery

    149 Swan St, Buffalo
  • 4

    Good Tymes South

    114 Bloomfield Ave, Depew
  • 5

    Pastry By Camille

    1416 Hertel Ave, Buffalo
  • 6

    Suzy Q's

    2829 Niagara St, Buffalo
  • 7

    Vito's

    236 Zimmerman St, North Tonawanda
  • 8

    Washington Square

    295 Washington St, Buffalo