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5 Places to Eat in the Cobblestone District

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From wings to blue cheese, the City of Buffalo is known for its wonderful food, and our dishes are often imitated outside of Western New York. Luckily, there are plenty of places to enjoy local dishes in the Historic Cobblestone District. Today we’re sharing five spots to grab food when you’re in the area:

(716) Food & Sport – 7 Scott St

Love sports? Love food? (716) Food & Sport has it all. Boasting a 38 ft video screen provides the ultimate fan experience while enjoying drinks at one of three ice-top bars. Enjoy the tastes of the city while cheering on your favorite hometown teams over local’s favorite dishes. Experience (716) today.

photo credits:
(twitter.com/716FoodandSport)
(Derek Gee/Buffalo News)

Pizza Plant Italian Club – Canalside -125 Main St, Ste 110

Have you ever tasted a pod? If you’re asking ‘what’s a pod?’ then you probably have not, and that should change. Pizza Plant’s menu ranges from soup to pizza and it’s all delicious! Located across from Canalside, it’s the perfect place to grab food after walking around. Learn more about them here.

photo credit: Facebook/Pizza.Plant.Italian.Pub.Canalside

Lagerhaus 95 – 95 Perry Street

Visit this iconic gastropub offering lunch and dinner Monday through Friday and dinner Saturday. Of course, you can always come in for drinks too. From local favorites like L95 wings and fingers to german delights, Lagerhaus delivers every time. Enjoy their offerings.

  photo credit: Facebook/lagerhaus95

Liberty Hound –
1 Naval Park Cove

Nestled inside the Buffalo Naval Park, The Liberty Hound is the perfect place to enjoy craft beers and fresh seafood. The combination of a beautiful view and delicious food makes Liberty Hound a must view venue. Take a look at their menu.

photo credit: Facebook/LibertyHoundBuffalo

Buffalo RiverWorks –
359 Ganson St

Once a mill operation building, RiverWorks is now home to ice and roller derby rinks, concerts and events. The unique layout includes the former GLF Grain Silo that is being transformed into the RiverWorks brewery. In addition, RiverWorks boasts dozens of TV’s providing the ultimate fan experience to sport fans. Come on down and experience the wonderful beer and food on the patio that overlooks the banks of the Buffalo River.

photo credit: Facebook/RiverWorksBuffalo