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Beer, Wine & Spirits in Lackawanna, NY

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  • Caffe Aroma
    Pick the pasta of your choice at Caffe Aroma, an Italian eatery in Buffalo's Amherst district. For fresh and healthy eats, head to Caffe Aroma. Drinks are also on the menu here, so visitors can start the night off right. Go ahead and bring your rug rats with you — this restaurant has kid-friendly food and seating. Make those early evening hours happy ones and swing by for some discounted food and drink deals after work. The restaurant can get thronged with crowds on Fridays and Saturdays, so book your table ahead of time through their reservation system. Dress is typically casual at Caffe Aroma, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening. Just through the door at this restaurant, you can claim your food. No delivery required. A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the patrons at your next shindig. With a host of nearby parking options, many choose to drive to dinner. For those not a part of the "one percent", Caffe Aroma serves reasonably-priced food that everyone can enjoy (and that everyone will want to eat). Caffe Aroma dishes up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by for your favorite meal. You don't need to fly to Rome to try all wonderful flavors of Italy. They're all under one roof at Caffe Aroma.
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    5229 Main Street
    Buffalo, NY US
  • A Gust of Sun Winery
    A Gust of Sun Winery's name is more than a lovely turn of phrase. It's also a nod to the name of its founders, Erik and Shane Gustafson, a couple whose love for each other bloomed on the latticework of a shared love of wine. It all started when Shane took a wine appreciation class at their alma mater, Purdue, and convinced her new beau to follow suit. Erik became an oenophile too, and when they married they relocated from Indiana to his native western New York, where grapes flourish. The duo tilled and sowed the land themselves, literally building their orchard from the ground up. From there, they added some sunny, sophisticated indoor lounges and tasting rooms. In August 2011, they opened their doors and started cracking open bottles of the seven wines they had created at the time. Since then, a Gust of Sun Winery has continued to fill glasses as well as schedules, arranging events, workshops, and tasting parties with the same dedication they pour into the creation of new wines.
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    4515 Baer Road
    Ransomville, NY US
  • Black Willow Winery
    Just as winemakers transform grapes into sumptuous sips, oenophiles Cynthia West-Chamberlain and Michael D. Chamberlain transformed their passion for wine into the family-operated Black Willow Winery. Although the winery primarily functions as a home for the couple's inventive wines, its charms don't end there. An elegantly appointed tasting room invites guests to sit, sip, savor, and even hold private events on Black Willow's scenic grounds. While they're there, many stock up on some of the winery's other house-made offerings, such as mead, chocolates, infused oil, and artisan vinegar.
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    5565 West Lake Rd
    Burt, NY US
  • Leonard Oakes Estate Winery
    A decade ago, the Oakes family planted their first vines across 6 acres, yielding a harvest that would produce 14 types of plump, juicy grapes. The result is a diverse wine list that includes smoky cabernet, award-winning fruity ice wine, and even one that's steam punk cider. Visit the tasting room to partake in sipping sessions, where varietals have been carefully selected and paired with offered snacks, and learn about the wine-making process.
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    10609 Ridge Road
    Medina, NY US
  • Black Button Distilling
    Black Button Distilling wasn't just born from the brilliant idea to craft homemade booze. It was born from the dirt. Dictated by the available grains, ingredients, and if the glass-bottle crop flourished, the spirits made onsite are distilled largely from locally sourced ingredients, including the corn that makes the unaged moonshine and the soft, white wheat grown on a family-owned farm. During tours, guests see how these raw ingredients are concocted into drinks, and sip samples, which may include the vodka, citrus forward gin, maple syrup that is aged in used bourbon barrels, and 100-proof moonshine. But don't be frightened of that high number—"even though it’s a high proof it’s really smooth," The Edge reviewed.
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    85 Railroad St.
    Rochester, NY US
  • Lavery Brewing Company
    Although Lavery Brewing Company is relatively small on the brewery scale, it makes big, flavorful beers in small batches that are carefully handcrafted by its brewers. Founded by husband-and-wife team Jason and Nicole Lavery back in 2009, the 10-barrel brewery takes pride in the attention to detail that such a small operation not only allows for but demands. In addition to a roster of seasonal beers, the lineup of brews available year-round includes two IPAs, an imperial red ale, and a black saison.
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    128 W 12th St
    Erie, PA US

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