BUFFALO, NY (WKBW-TV) — When Adam Sandecki moved back to town last September, he realized Buffalo was missing something-food tours. He says "I really love sharing food experiences with others and there was nothing like that in Buffalo."
Adam started Buffalo Food Tours. People sign up get a foot tour of the area and check out a handful of Buffalo eateries. Adam is focusing his tours on the Elmwood Village for now. "I love the Elmwood Village. like to show people what it looks like-talk about Olmsted-talking about the parks." he says.
He throws in some history and background information along the way. Adam says "I'm not a historian but I like to give some of the historical facts."
The lunch tour takes about two and a half hours and Adam says you won't be hungry when you're done. You can find Buffalo Food Tours on Trip Advisor and Adam's Facebook Page and more information athis website.