Summer is starting to wind down and we know better than anywhere (Western New York) that the cold weather can come quickly and once it's here, it takes a hold for a few months.

However, there is still plenty of time to enjoy the warm weather in Western New York. We typically have the warm weather until mid-to-late September, so just about one month left.

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One of the best things to do is go to the Transit Drive-In, which is located on Transit Road in South Lockport. For years, its been a staple for locals to enjoy on a weekend and even a weekday night.

In case you have not heard, the Transit Drive-In had a recent change and it's a very popular one. They're now offering something new that caught the attention of many customers.

Three weeks ago, the Transit Drive-In announced they are now selling both wine and beer.

That selection includes local breweries, like Big Ditch Brewing.

However, those purchasing alcohol must show proper ID and there is a two-drink limit, which will be enforced. The drink-limit is a very good idea, considering the style of the business. The fact it's a drive-in makes this a great idea for the drink limit.

I love going to regular style movie theaters but nothing replicates the experience of a drive-in, which are dwindling across the country. I remember going as a little kid to the Buffalo Drive-In in Cheektowaga on Harlem Road and those memories will always stick with me.

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