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April 2016

Venues in Historic Cobblestone District received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence

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With more than 40 businesses located in the Historic Cobblestone District, there is no shortage of diversity. Companies range from economic development firms to entertainment venues.

The various organizations form the Historic Cobblestone District, an area located in downtown Buffalo, NY, built upon history from the 1800’s, now elevated by Buffalo’s cultural Renaissance. While venues in the Historic Cobblestone District provide visitors unforgettable experiences, the companies work together, and it shows with the increase of visitors and events taking place in the Historic Cobblestone District.

Four venues in particular, Canalside, Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park, First Niagara Center and Pierce Arrow Museum, all received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence. TripAdvisor awards a Certificate of Excellence to “accommodations, attractions and restaurants that consistently earn great reviews from travelers.” All four also rank in Trip Advisor’s Top 20 Things to do in Buffalo.


Canalside Buffalo, NY
Ranks #2 of 138 TripAdvisor’s “Things to do in Buffalo”

From free outdoor concerts to ice skating with the family, Canalside Buffalo is the place where memories are made. While enjoying the activities at Canalside Buffalo, be sure to grab a bite at one of Buffalo’s many food trucks. Canalside has a 4.5 out of 5 visitor rating

Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park

Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Naval Park
Ranks #4 of 138 TripAdvisor’s “Things to do in Buffalo”

Take a step back in time while touring the USS Little Rock and USS The Sullivans and gaze upon tanks and aircraft in the Naval Park Museum. Located on the revitalized Buffalo waterfront, the Naval Park has plenty to offer. The Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park has a 4.5 out of 5 visitor rating

First Niagara Center

First Niagara Center Buffalo, NY
Ranks #5 of 138 TripAdvisor’s “Things to do in Buffalo”

Looking for something to do? Look no further! First Niagara Center hosts world-renowned performers, musicians and events every week. First Niagara Center is also home to Buffalo’s professional hockey and lacrosse teams, the Buffalo Sabres and Bandits. First Niagara Center has 4.5 out of 5 visitor rating.

Pierce-Arrow Museum

Ranks #17 of 138 TripAdvisor’s “Things to do in Buffalo”

Take a stroll down memory lane as the Pierce Arrow Transportation Museum showcases antique automobiles and bikes. It’s only right to observe historic vehicles that can only be found in Buffalo, NY.  Pierce-Arrow Museum has a 4.5 out of 5 visitor rating.

While these four venues received this honor, the Historic Cobblestone District is filled with businesses, organizations and venues that are leading the City of Buffalo to excellence.

Business heating up for Buffalo Iron Works as warm weather approaches

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Buffalo is transforming right before our eyes and locals are excited to experience all that the Queen City has to offer.

The Historic Cobblestone District is home to more than 40 business, and Buffalo Iron Works continues to attract locals and visitors alike.

Buffalo Iron Works is a live music venue-which means the establishment only operates when there is an event planned in advance. Luckily, there are plenty of events taking place each week, primarily in the afternoon during the weekdays and weekends. Events are posted in the Cobblestone District calendar.

Buffalo Iron Works hosts concerts on a weekly basis, serving as a go-to entertainment venue in the Historic Cobblestone District. Furthermore, a diverse lineup of national touring acts satisfy Buffalonians across all musical interests.

Now, listening and dancing to good music can make one crave delicious, Buffalo-made dishes.

Luckily, Buffalo Iron Works offers its guests with some of the best local dishes. The menu includes: Buffalo’s Beef on Weck, Not your Mama’s fried baloney and jumbo chicken wings-just to name a few.

Want to learn more? Visit their website and make your way down to the Historic Cobblestone District!

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