BUFFALO, N.Y. - Nestled away in Buffalo's eclectic Allentown district, Gabriel's Gate is a hotspot for savvy wing aficionados. It's a popular choice among those who eschew the Anchor Bar-Duffs battle for the best wings in the city.
A lot of people call Gabriel's Gate a "dive," but get through the door and you'll find a mix of charming 19th century architecture and a strange mix of wooden Indians, stuffed deer and bison, and other seemingly random trinkets on the walls.
The food is standard pub fare, but the bar's regulars will tell you Gabriel's Gate's takes on the simple dishes stand out among the rest. Besides the wings than many swear by, there's a wide variety of sandwiches and burgers, which are named after streets in the neighborhood.
And there's a fish fry that often gets into the conversation when you ask a group of people what their favorite in Western New York is.
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