2016 is a year of fresh ideas for Sunday Brunch buffet Buffalo NY, with several new spaces popping up for you to indulge your inner foodie, and some classic Buffalo spots revamping their menu. With brunch, booze, and local ingredients on the table for the Buffalo food scene, the next few months are a gourmand’s haven.
BreadHive is waving goodbye to their window-service styled cafe, and this spring welcoming their new dine-in cafe at 402 Connecticut Street. Adding pastries, sandwiches and soups to their menu, BreadHive is on the fast-track to becoming a local fav. With community and employee in mind, the worker-owned cafe will follow the same business plan for their new space as they did their bakery that opened in 2014: worker owned and community supported. With 40 local investors, BreadHive truly represents Buffalo and it’s food-loving inhabitants.
For those of us who prefer to sleep in, eat late, and have an excuse to pair booze with eggs, brunch spots are on the rise (as if they could get more popular, though, right?). The people of Buffalo go to bed with images of mimosas and bloody mary’s dancing in their heads, and there are a few different spots where this dream can become reality in spring 2016. Located on the West Side, The Left Bank offers a full-bar, charming patio, and are open until 2:30 for brunch on the weekends. Steak & Eggs and potato pancakes are a sneak-preview to their “classic with a twist” styled menu.
On both Parkside Ave and Grant Street , Sweet_ness 7 Cafe is quirky all the way from the name of the place to the names of each item on the menus. Offering dishes such as “Kiss Me I’m Irish” and “Farms Not Arms,” Sweet_ness 7 Cafe is as focused on having fun as much as they are on serving superb food and coffee. Removing the dreaded restraints of weekend only brunch, you can snag anything off of Sweet_ness 7 Cafe’s food and espresso menus until 3pm every day of the week.
This spring is also the opening season for The Grange Community Kitchen, owned and operated by Brad Rowell, the same fellow who graced us with Tina’s Italian Kitchen. Located at 22 Main Street, The Grange Community Kitchen will feature a seasonal menu rooted in local ingredients. Rowell’s passion for quality paired with his wife’s talent in visual presentation, he hopes will bring a pop of fresh and local color to the food palate of Buffalo.