There’s A New Spot In Buffalo To Enjoy Lasagna With A Touch Of Soul
Lasagna is the perfect dish for Western New York winters. When it's cold outside, I crave food that sticks to my ribs. Which is why I'm excited that there's a new restaurant serving up lasagna in Buffalo. Lloyal’s Famous Lasagna is now open and serving up delicious pasta plates. The restaurant is owned by Shawntorrian Travis. His mother also owns a restaurant in Buffalo - Park Vue. Lloyal's is located at 1122 Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo. Dishes include crab and lobster ravioli, broccoli, chicken and shrimp, and vegetable eggplant lasagna. You can check out their Facebook page here.
While there have been some classic restaurants closing in Western New York, there are also plenty of new spots opening.
9 New Buffalo Restaurants With Food That Looks Amazing [List]
Looking for some new spots to try in Buffalo or looking to find out what is heading our way food-wise in the future? Check out these spots that are either opening or opening soon in Western New York.
1. Nile River (West Side Bazaar)
25 Grant Street Buffalo, NY 14213
Nile River is bringing world cuisine to Buffalo. The restaurant serves up fare from South Sudan. The menu features dishes like Chicken Tawook, Kofta Kebab, Sukuma Wiki, and more. You can check out the menu here.
2. Days Park Tavern
253 Allen Street Buffalo NY 14201
Days Park offers Big Easy BBQ shrimp, roasted cauliflower, smoked lamb meatballs, beef on weck, St. Louis style pork ribs, Nashville chicken, and more. You can see the menu here.
3. Costanzo's Bakery Inc.
30 Innsbruck Dr, Cheektowaga, NY 14227
Costanzo's not only serves up their world-famous WNY rolls and buns, they also have breakfast and lunch.
4. b-Side Market
52 W. Chippewa St. Buffalo NY 14202
b-Side market is a rotisserie and sandwich joint, created by the culinary minds behind Bacchus Wine Bar.
242 Allen Street Buffalo, NY 14201
Bidwell is not your ordinary restaurant. There are only 12-seats and its reservation only. It is a "tasting menu restaurant," which according to RestaurantClicks.com is
Put simply, a tasting menu is a variety of bite-sized dishes that are served as smaller, individual courses. While you would normally expect somewhere between 2-4 courses when you order from an ala carte menu, a tasting menu can consist of up to 12 courses.
6. Woodlawn Diner
3200 Lake Shore Rd, Blasdell, NY 14219
Woodlawn Diner, which has undergone a transformation, recently re-opened in mid-January. The diner has been closed for 9 months getting a makeover by the new owner, Keith Hooper. The new menu features a ton of omelette options, pancakes, breakfast wraps, and more.
7. Myles In Ya Mouth
387 Massachusetts Ave. Buffalo NY 14213
Myles has a variety of wings, like Henny BBQ Wings, Smoked BBQ Jerk Wings, and Gochujang Wings. You can check out the menu here.
8. Pizza Hut
According to some scoop our sister station, WYRK got, Pizza Hut is supposed to be returning to Western New York this summer. I was definitely saddened when the national chain closed all its locations here due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE our Buffalo pizzerias, but The Hut has brought me consistent joy in every city I have lived in or visited. Lisa Bu posted the news on Facebook,
Got some interesting news Sunday while having lunch at the Pizza Hut in Pennsylvania. A staff member told us that Pizza Hut will be returning to Western New York! Ten locations will be opening throughout Western New York. New managers are currently being trained at the location we were at. All locations should be open by late summer. The staff member, not being too familiar with Western New York, remembered that one will be opening in Olean and another in Hamburg. That leaves 8 more to open up around the area. I can't wait. I miss Pizza Hut!!!
9. SZN (Kenmores Kitchens)
1516 Military Rd, Buffalo, NY 14217
SZN is operated by Head Chef Josey and her wife Lena. Its menu includes Birria Tacos, Lasagna Eggrolls, oxtail eggrolls, and even a peach cobbler eggroll. You can check out the menu here.
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