We're only a few days away from the start of July, which means we are a full-go for summer activities across Western New York.

The weather is expected to jump back into the 80's by Thursday, with warm temperatures expected for the next three months.

One of the things that is great about Western New York is the water we have quick access to. Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, the Niagara River, Erie Canal, even the Finger Lakes are a short drive away. Buffalo has it made for waterfront activities.

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There are plenty of amazing waterfront bars and restaurants, especially off Lake Erie. If you are positioned just right on the lake, it appears on first glance you're looking out to the Atlantic Ocean.

If you live in Hamburg or anywhere in the south towns, get ready for a brand new restaurant and bar that should be open by the end of the summer.

Buffalo Business First is reporting that a new country bar and restaurant is coming to Hamburg. It's called Cowboy on the Lake and should be ready for customers by September. The location is where Dos on the Lake used to be, which is technically Blasdell.

The new restaurant will have live country music on the patio and outdoor dining, with views of Lake Erie. The inside will have a similar feel to The Cowboy, which is owned by the person (Alfred Castricone) who is starting Cowboy on the Lake.

The menu will likely be available from noon to midnight, which is great news for those who want a late night meal.

Woodlawn to Angola is an embarrassment of riches for lakefront bars and restaurants. It's cool that residents will soon have another and this time, with a country bar theme.

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