There are many different ways to enjoy the colds cuts and cheeses at Jimmy B's Deli. The easiest way, of course, is to simply order one of the more than 10 varieties of cheese or the plentiful array of hams, turkeys, and sausages by the pound. Catering to parties and events, the staff can pair meats and cheeses in platters designed for sampling and sharing. And they also assemble their cuts into cold and hot subs?stuffed with capicola, salami, and liver sausage, for example?that showcase the flavors of Italy, much like every good mob movie.
Creekside Gourmet helps shoppers create one-of-a-kind gifts with an extensive collection of candies, collectibles, and condiments. Patrons can spice up a barbecue with specialty salsas and sauces, sweeten someone's day with a gourmet candy basket, or surprise Rick James fans with a special selection of Buffalo-themed gifts in honor of the musician's hometown.
You’ve heard of the Italian plumber named Mario, but what about the Italian chef of Buffalo named Marco? Marco’s Italian Deli is home of the original “sangwich” and is available for eat-in, takeout or delivery. There are plenty of paninis to choose from; go for the Manhattan Hide Out or maybe the Mustache Pete. Burgers like The Soprano or The Elmwood are sure to full up hungry guests. Get fancy with gourmet “sangwiches” like the Don Corleone or the Uncle Guido. Marco’s can also provide substantially for your parties and gatherings with their catering services. Delight your guests with an antipasto salad starter tray followed by the deli “sangwich” platter; round it off with a delicious cannoli tray for dessert. Check out Marco’s Italian Deli for a New York treat.
Jim's Steakout serves up a classic lineup of philly cheesesteaks, hoagies, and chicken fingers, silencing rumbling stomachs from high noon to high moon with locations throughout western New York.
From lunchtime until as late as 2 a.m. or 5 a.m., each of Jim's outposts fills stingers?or hot subs?with steak and cheese, bacon, and combinations of italian sausage and other meats. Hoagies meet nearly every appetite with three sizes, ranging from a lunch-appropriate four-inch Kaiser roll to an Italian roll that reaches an entire foot long. Whichever size diners choose, they can get their roll stuffed with chicken, provolone, and saut?ed spinach?known as the chicken-in-the-grass hoagie?or any number of other hot or cold ingredients. The menu also rolls out a red carpet for creative sides such as fries smothered in chopped steak and cheese, stuffed banana peppers, and fried mac 'n' cheese bites. To sweeten each classic meal, the kitchen fries up funnel cakes to order.
The staff at Chateau Buffalo strives to support local farmers, and they do so by using locally produced grapes in their red and white wines. They also produce craft ciders that come sparkling, cold, or warm. Those unsure of what they'd like to drink will find the Chateau's tastings, like a hair tie made of Twizzlers, are both tasty and helpful.
Before there was The Original Honey’s, there was Pacifico’s Garage, which founder Lorenzo Pacifico opened in a converted garage in 1962. When the space underwent remodeling, Lorenzo decided the name needed a face-lift, too, and reopened his eatery as The Original Honey’s, after the pet name Lorenzo's wife, Theresa, used for just about everyone she met.
Today, in the lively but kid-friendly pub, chefs fill pizza subs with housemade sauce and marinate chicken in Jose Cuervo tequila. For nearly every menu item, options abound: regular, charbroiled, and boneless wings arrive tossed with choice of more than 15 sauces, and build-your-own pizzas and burgers allow for endless customization. Along with special events, satellite television keeps patrons entertained with sports action from across the universe.