Buffalo Bites Food Tours, a unique walking and eating tour of one of Buffalo’s most historic districts, returns to the Elmwood Village for year two of culinary exploration and experimentation!
The three-hour walking tour, featuring stops at six popular restaurants and food-related shops, is the brainchild of Buffalo native Laura Reed, who brought the tour to Buffalo last year after experiencing a similar adventure in New York City. Before bringing her business to Buffalo she trained in Chicago with Food Tour Pros, a company that has helped entrepreneurs start food tours around the globe.
“Elmwood Village was my first choice because of its rich history, inspiring architecture, unique shops and incredible eateries,” Reed said. “It really gives the true flavor of what Buffalo is all about.”
During the six stops, guests on the tour experience a wide variety of tastes and treats, from artisan desserts and flavorful spices to Buffalo’s famous chicken wings and locally brewed craft beers.
Last year’s tours were enjoyed by guests from near and far — from Buffalo to every corner of New York state, numerous other states, Canada and several other countries — all sharing a common culinary interest.
Significant pieces of architecture and places of interest such as Soldiers’ Circle, Buffalo Seminary, the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Bidwell Parkway and the Elmwood-Bidwell Farmers Market are also pointed out during the tour.
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