Entries from Buffalo Chow tagged with 'Candy'

WNY Classics: Otto's Restaurant and Bar in Cheektowaga

Curiosity is one of the driving forces behind the many hundreds of reviews we've written for Buffalo Chow - a willingness to give up weekly visits to old favorites in order to sample new restaurants and actually visit ones we've...

From Canada & Chicago: Aero, Icewine Candy & Deep Dish

Our loves for imported Canadian chocolates, ice wine, and authentic Chicago deep dish pizza are already well-documented, but there's a lot more left to say - and try. This week, we're looking at a handful of additional, noteworthy items that...

A Few Of Our Favorite Things: Maple, Mackintosh & 1921

Every once in a while, perhaps more often than that, we're going to post quick notes on our favorite pre-packaged foods and drinks from inside or outside of Western New York. Today's update focuses on maple syrup candies and cookies,...

Elmwood, I: From Burchfield Penney to Towne Restaurant

Three and a half miles separate the Burchfield Penney Art Center and the end of Elmwood Avenue. We know this because what started as a Saturday morning mission to dine at the Center's Orion Cafe unexpectedly became our weekend quest...

The Glorious, Dangerous Macadamia Nuts We Love & Why

With an annual physical scheduled in the near future, now might not be the best time to contemplate the glories of macadamia nuts, one of our long-time snack favorites that most Buffalonians only know in two forms: dry roasted and...

Toronto Chow, Part 2: Candies We Can't (Easily) Find Here

Our childhood memories of visiting Canada involve two culinary treats: especially excellent Chinese food, and candies - wondrous candies - that were virtually impossible to find south of the border. At one point, both things could be had within a...

Overpriced, But With Potential: M&M's Premiums

Unless we're at a great candy shop, the very idea of paying $4 or $5 for six ounces of candy is enough to make us just walk away, and for that reason, we've passed several times on trying Mars' new...

Alethea's: Bourbon Cherries, Other Candies & Classic Ice Cream

While we may have other local favorite locations for cakes, cannolis, and ice cream sundaes, Alethea's is quite possibly the best old-fashioned candy store in all of Western New York. Located on Main Street in Clarence, just past Transit Road...

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