The Queen City is known for a lot of different kinds of food, but finding a go-to Mexican place has been a challenge for a lot of people.
You might have driven past the English Pork Pie Company on South Park Avenue in South Buffalo dozens of times without knowing you were passing one of the biggest businesses for British ex-pats in the whole country.
Inside a spot that many visit for local and organic groceries, you can get some pretty tasty prepared lunches.
We're doing Unique Eats Oktoberfest style this week, as we headed to a German restaurant that's been around for decades.
The food court that's connected to Buffalo PS 302, the Emerson School of Hospitality, is a bustling lunch stop on Chippewa Street.
It started as a barbecue truck in Florida. Now, Kentucky Greg's Hickory Pit is here in Western New York serving up Kentucky-style BBQ in Depew.
Enter Kung Food, a year-and-a-half old Taiwanese-Japanese restaurant on Main Street just across from the southern tip of UB's South Campus.
Small-business incubator West Side Bazaar features the most eclectic international food court that you'll ever see.
You might not expect to also find Clarence staple Orazio's serving up crepes and gelato in the food court at the Walden Galleria.
Nestled away in Buffalo's eclectic Allentown district, Gabriel's Gate is a hotspot for savvy wing aficionados.
Walk into Babycakes Cupcakery in Clarence and you might think you had walked into a country cottage kitchen...it's simply adorned with one table, two chairs, and a display showing off a variety of delicious-looking cupcakes.
Unique Eats just had to check out a place that's made a name for itself mixing dairy and daisies.
You might not guess it from the old building it's situated in, but Tony Rome's on Main Street is a great place to bring a family.
Unique Eats may have headed to a small neighborhood in Lackawanna, but there's nothing small about the food.
It's an idea that started in California and sprung up on the Elmwood strip: fresh ingredients, buying local, and foods from all over the world.
After nearly five years, Rascals comes back to life as a year-round destination.
Lucy Ethiopian Restaurant is Buffalo's first Ethiopian restaurant, featuring a dining experience that you've likely never had before.
Nestled among the homes on Franklin Street is the Hamlin House, which Zachary Kineke checked out for a helping of history and some great lunch dishes.
Whether you're looking to dive into a good book or a plate of stuffed french toast, the Dog Ears Bookstore and Cafe is one of those hidden gems you have to check out.
It's a hard little place to find, but worth the trip.
Glen Park Tavern is open 11:30 to 10 Monday through Thursday, until 11 on Fridays and Saturdays, and 4 to 9 on Sundays, when you'll often find live music.
If you're looking to relax, grab some food and watch some TV, we have the place for you.
This week Christie Jablonski is at Big Sing's in Clarence Center, a place where you can get snow even in the heat of summer.
This week Daybreak's Christie Jablonski takes us to the Eights Bistro in Buffalo. The Eights is a Vegan Restaurant with plenty of options for all types of food lovers.
Christie Jablonski takes us to "The Delaware" located on....Delaware Avenue!
This restaurant serves affordable pub food with a unique twist.
In this week's Unique Eats, Daybreak's Christie Jablonski visits Lake Effect Ice Cream in Lockport.
Daybreak's Christie Jablonski takes us to the Thai Orchid Cafe in Williamsville for this week's Unique Eats.
Channel 2 Daybreak's Christie Jablonski takes us to Organic 3 Cafe's new location in the Elmwood Village, where the food isn't the only unique thing the owners have cooked up!
SoHo Burger Bar is located at 64 West Chippewa in Buffalo.