Buffalo is an up-and-coming community of fiercely loyal residents in a charming and unique neighborhood.

Welcome to Buffalo

A charming and unique “city of good neighbors” nestled beside Lake Erie.

As the second-largest city in New York State, Buffalo is an up-and-coming community of fiercely loyal residents in a charming and unique neighborhood. Close to Canada and tucked along the shores of Lake Erie, Buffalo is loaded with character and features so many diverse restaurants, festivals, and things to do. With over 278,000 residents, Buffalo is bursting with vibrant, colorful neighborhoods rich in culture, artistic endeavors, and creativity. There is something for everyone in this large and welcoming community - take advantage of all Buffalo has to offer and experience an incredible lifestyle in upstate New York!

What to Love

  • The diverse neighborhoods of the city – there are so many distinct places to live!
  • Extensive, innovative, and creative dining options.
  • The tight-knit and welcoming community.

Local Lifestyle

Residents of Buffalo are friendly and welcoming and take great pride in their city. Ask anyone which town has the #1 Buffalo wings in the country (they have them) and don’t be surprised if a majority of your neighbors are busy during football season. The neighborhood not only boasts an electric and exciting atmosphere, but Buffalo is also known for its diverse restaurants, affordable communities, historic parks, and arts and culture. Enjoy living in what feels like a small town, with charming neighbors and community events, but enjoy the luxury amenities of a big city simultaneously - Buffalo is an excellent place for people of all walks of life to call home.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

There are so many diverse dining options in Buffalo. The downtown district is bursting with unique options around every corner and features cuisines from all over the world. Visit The Grotto, a family-owned Italian restaurant in the heart of downtown Buffalo. This casual dining spot is a local favorite for its hospitality and welcoming atmosphere and the delicious menu of classic Italian fare, seafood, and sandwiches. Try Coles on Elmwood Avenue for a traditional Irish dining experience. A community staple for 87 years, Coles offers an excellent beer selection, incredible wings, and huge salads in a classic pub atmosphere.

Kostas Family Restaurant in North Buffalo serves fine Greek and American-style meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This family-owned restaurant has been a local favorite for the last four decades and features the best outdoor patio for dining in the warmer months.

A trip to the BFLO store is necessary whether you’re a tourist or a resident. The store is the official retailer of the Buffalo Bills and has a historic legacy. The award-winning brand has been featured on various networks and magazines, highlighting its extreme loyalty and dedication to all things Buffalo-related and the shop supports over 100 local artisans and small businesses.

Things to Do

Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts celebrates local Buffalo artists in all forms. From showcasing artwork to live concerts and performances, the Festival of the Arts is the highlight of the year and is completely run by volunteers. The festival hopes to bring awareness of Western New York’s artistic treasures and encourage the surrounding community to support the arts. The festival features food trucks, dancing, and special Children’s Festival with workshops and classes.

Did you know Buffalo has been named the Dyngus Capital of the World? This lesser-known holiday is celebrated after Lent and honors Polish heritage and culture. The Dyngus Day Festival features a ten-block parade, endless pierogies, and kielbasa dishes, and brings in over 10,000 people to the streets of Historic Polonia to dance, eat, and celebrate Polish culture and traditions.

The Taste of Buffalo Festival is the largest two-day food festival in the United States. The award-winning festival began in 1984 and brings in over 450,000 people! With a mission to bring diverse, affordable food options to residents of Buffalo, the festival is free to attend and showcases the many unique and incredible restaurants of downtown Buffalo. The Allentown Art Festival has been an annual Buffalo tradition for 65 years. The show brings over 20,000 people to the Allentown Historic Preservation District to browse artist stands, purchase unique works, and attend workshops and presentations. The festival is one of the longest-running and most respected art shows in the nation and features the work of over 400 artists each year.


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