Restaurants in Buffalo

30% Off at WiseGuys Pizza

WiseGuys Pizza


$20 $14


Pizzeria serves a variety of pies covered in a sweeter Italian or more traditional sauce alongside more than 30 hoagies, sandwiches and subs

40% Off at Orchid Asian Bistro

Orchid Asian Bistro

Kenmore NW

$25 $15

Eatery dishes out firecracker shrimp, pineapple fried rice, sushi, beef teriyaki, thai cashew chicken, and dragon rolls with eel

Kaydara Noodle Bar – Up to 50% Off

Kaydara Noodle Bar

Willert Park

$42 $21


Noodle dishes and drinks inspired by Vietnamese, Laotian, Thai, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese cuisine

40% Off Fine Dining and Drinks at 31 Club

31 Club


$80 $48


Historic supper club serves modern versions of Italian and steakhouse dishes with a special late-night menu and live music on weekends

Half Off Pub Food at Duke's Bohemian Grove Bar

Dukes Bohemian Grove Bar


$35 $17.50

As live music plays in a low-lit room until 4 a.m., diners pair chef's specials with a selection of 100 bottled and 17 tap brews

(50% Off) New American Dinner at Epic Restaurant and Lounge

Epic Restaurant and Lounge


$40 $20


Upscale dinner cuisine such as grilled rock lobster tail, New Zealand baby lamb rack, and shrimp and scallop primavera

Up to 50% Off American Food at Mike's Subs

Mike's Subs


$15 $7.50


Pizza meal includes standard cheese pizzas with red sauce; menu also includes hot and cold subs

Up to 44% Off at Bruno's Pizzeria

Bruno's Pizzeria


$26.76 $15.49


Eatery offers subs such as salami and baked roast beef with mozzarella and sides like onion rings; pizza toppings include spinach and ham

38% Off Italian Cuisine at Prospero Restaurant

Prospero Restaurant

Front Park

$40 $25


Eggplant parmesan, steak, chicken, and veal dishes made with local ingredients inside cozy eatery with linen-topped tables

Up to 50% Off Indian Food at Jewel of India

Jewel of India

North Buffalo

$25 $14


100+ mild, medium, or hot dishes include tandoor-baked chicken and lobster and paneer tikka masala—gluten-free and vegan dishes available

E. B. Green's Steakhouse – $35 Off

E. B. Green's Steakhouse

Central Business District

$100 $65

King- and queen-size prime rib, fresh seafood such as tuna steak and lobster thermidor, free-range chicken, and new desserts created daily

Up to 40% Off at Boss – Buffalo's Original Steak & Seafood

Boss – Buffalo's Original Steak & Seafood


$75 $45


The friendly waitstaff takes extra care of diners at this upscale steakhouse where seafood and aged beef get equal billing

50% Off at Singing Siren Restaurant

Singing Siren Restaurant

Crystal Beach

C$20 C$10


Curry poutine, mustard-glazed pork loin, beer-battered fish 'n' chips, shepherd's pie and pot pie made with locally sourced ingredients

Up to 45% Off at Tandoori's Royal Indian Cuisine

Tandoori's Royal Indian Cuisine


$20 $12

Lobster tandoori, murg tandoori chicken, lamb curry & more than 20 vegetarian dishes delight diners seated inside or on the patio

Up to 40% Off Sushi at Rakhapura Mutee and Sushi

Rakhapura Mutee and Sushi


$20 $12


Chef blends culture and flavors with delectable sushi rolls and authentic Arakan soup made with chicken, garlic, and black pepper

Select Local Merchants

Delish! Cooking School, whose classes were voted as some of the Best of WNY by Buffalo Spree, is known for its quality instruction and taste. Within a comfortable urban space, customers can pick up sweet selections such as fresh fudge, scones, bar cookies, and hand-dipped chocolate. Fresh-brewed espresso drinks accompanied by baked goods or housemade ice-cream sandwiches tempt tongues, while a range of cooking tools, sauces, and spices line shelves for at-home chefs to use in their own kitchens.

Experienced chefs lead cooking classes geared toward the home cook looking to hone skills without memorizing transcripts of the Food Network’s full broadcast. Students sip wine during classes such as The Exciting Foods of Thailand, Casual Italian Supper Party, or The New Vegetarian Cuisine.

802 Elmwood Ave

For over four decades, Buffalo Harbor Cruises ships have plied the waters of Lake Erie, the Niagara River, and the Black Rock Lock and Canal, inviting tourists and locals alike to take in the rich history of Buffalo's scenic waterways. Party boats ferry revelers past the city skyline with fully licensed bars and pumping music, and chartered cruises and tours send guests sailing on a relaxing lake trip on a double-decker ship.

329 Erie St

The cooks at Scarlet populate their menu with creative seafood and steak dishes as well as an assortment of grilled pizzas. Diners can enjoy shrimp and grits with andouille sausage and a hot-pepper cream sauce or taste lobster tail with lemon and garlic shallot butter. Bacon and gorgonzola mashed potatoes accompany prime cuts of filet mignon, and grilled pizzas rest on housemade dough.

26 Virginia Pl

Mr. Pita is fast food not fat food..Dine-In, Carry-Out, Catering, Delivery. We offer a large menu variety. Gluten Free options also. We offer a Pita Bar Buffet for adults $7.99 Kids 10 & under $4.99 Kids 3 & under Free!

7500 Transit Rd

At Frankie Mohawk’s Bar and Grill, dedicated oven charmers construct a menu of fresh creations served amid subtle hues and floral arrangements. Guests discuss the merits of pickle spears over slices while awaiting specialty burgers such as the 8-ounce Italian burger with capicola, salami, and provolone cheese ($6.50). The restaurant’s own tomato sauce arrives with many dishes, including the eggplant parmesan ($14.95), and specialty hand-carved meats nestle into fresh-baked bread with a carving-station order ($6.95). Manicotti crepes also sneak up on hunger with hidden reserves of ricotta and parmesan cheese ($13.95). The tortellini contadina with italian sausage and fresh snow peas in a blush plum-tomato sauce ($13.95) provides the necessary energy for analyzing marinara Rorschach tests that mysteriously appear on napkins.

166 Franklin St

The cooks at Mangoz Restaurant decorate plates with a menu of authentic Jamaican cuisine prepared fresh daily. On the appetizer roster, pastry patties burst with savory fillings such as beef, chicken, or veggies ($3.50) and beam with a golden hue reminiscent of King Midas's lace gloves. Among entrees, orange jerk chicken ($12.95) combines citrus and spice; the stewed beef slowly tenderizes in a rich red tomato sauce ($10.95). Eaters can round out protein-packed plates with a side order of vegetables such as sweet potatoes with pineapple ($3.75), or a dessert from the softly glowing display case. A tangy rum sauce swathes Jamaican bread pudding ($5.95) while preventing cherries, dates, and fruit fillings from escaping to a reggae concert. The restaurant's intimate dining room bears bright yellow walls and hanging plants that photosynthesize sunlight into cayenne-infused oxygen.

577 Forest Ave