First impression is important. The decor was modern with art displays on the walls. Booths were modern casual and comfortable seating. Hostess and waitress were attentive and polite
And food and drink were timely.
As for the food' my wife is from Buffalo and we were pleased to see roastbeef on kummelweck bread which is a unique sandwich to western New York. She found meat tender and juicy with au jus dipping sauce that was authentic to her region. The bread was correct with a carraways seed and salt bun. I am quite picky about how to make buffalo wings, and these were crisp as they should be with an correct amount of hotsauce that did not drown the wings. We have been to the Anchor Bar in Buffalo which has been recognized as the origin of buffalo hot wings. These were served with celery and blue cheese or ranch to cool the palate, just as the original. Overall we were very pleased and intend on returning.
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