Ate lunch here after a trip to the Albright-Knox art gallery at my daughter's request when visiting from out of town. She had good memories of eating here previously. The historic building is interesting with it's tin ceiling and rustic woodwork. We ordered clam chowder and a beef on week, both of which were just OK. The beef tasted OK, but had pieces of chewy beef that had to be taken out of the sandwich. Clam chowder had a thin broth, but was mostly chocked full of potatoes and not many clams. Service was efficient but not friendly.
There are probably better places to eat in the area.
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