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  • Arriba Tortilla
    Located in East Aurora, Arriba Tortilla is a well-known Tex-Mex restaurant that features excellent chips and salsa. This restaurant delivers an unforgettable dining experience set in a casual ambience. Not in the mood for the chips and salsa? They offer a menu with plenty of options. Expect fantastic service and a flavorful meal that'll will make the trip worth it. Thanks to its outdoor seating, Arriba Tortilla is a great option when the New York weather is nice. Also, most patrons will share that the restaurant is defined by its margaritas. There's no particular required attire, so feel free to dress comfortably. Upon arrival, see if you can try the fajitas or the hot sauce, as they'll both make a good impression. In terms of the restaurant itself, it's been tabbed as a nice option for both families with children and large groups. If you're in a hurry, you can call ahead and take advantage of the convenient take-out offerings. Or, if you just want to pop in for a beverage, the restaurant does have a pretty decent selection at its bar. A reputable favorite for both lunch and dinner, Arriba Tortilla definitely stands out from the rest. Its portions are known to be "tasty," while the flavor is "savory" and "great," and the meal is "delicious" and "great." Don't worry about trying to find a spot on the street, as visitors to the restaurant do have access to a private parking lot nearby. Would you prefer to ride there? Bike parking is also provided.
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    591 Main St
    East Aurora, NY US
  • Roycroft Campus Corporation
    Development of the Roycroft Campus began in 1897 by author, lecturer, and entrepreneur Elbert Hubbbard, who sought to create a utopian society of artisans in reaction to the mass production of the Industrial Age. Drawing on inspiration by leaders of the arts-and-crafts movement in the UK, Hubbard founded the Roycroft Press to produce monthly publications, books, and elaborate conspiracy theories. After gaining international recognition for an essay he wrote in 1899, Hubbard was able to further expand and promote the Roycroft community, erecting 13 additional buildings on the campus over the next decade. In its prime, the community was home to 23 presses and more imported handmade paper than all American printing institutions combined. More than 500 resident artists worked in wood, stained glass, and copper, and Roycroft became a thriving mecca for craftsmen, authors, artists, and philosophers. In 1986, the campus was designated a national historic landmark. Today it is home to 9 of the original 14 structures, preserved and restored throughout the last 17 years by the Roycroft Campus Corporation and open for exploration during guided walking tours.
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    31 S Grove St
    East Aurora, NY US
  • Cyber Creek Golf & Range
    Cyber Creek Indoor Golf services all swings with an outdoor driving range and nine indoor golf simulators to help players bolster pin-hunting prowess year-round. With lights, covered hitting bays, and both artificial- and natural-grass hitting areas, the range fosters practice sessions in nearly every element except lava. In addition, the range boasts a practice area with a sand bunker and 20-, 40-, and 60-yard target greens for those looking to practice their short game or see how far they can shot put a bag full of practice balls. In Cyber Creek’s indoor facility, nine indoor golf simulators vividly emulate the pristine fairways and greens of 30 world-famous golf courses. Golfers can test their meddle amid the Norwegian fjords of Klawhammer Crag or the ominous, granite outcrops of Idaho’s high-elevation Heretic course without having to cope with a jet-lagged 7-iron. The center sates hunger with tangible helpings from an eclectic menu of refined continental cuisine that includes homemade chicken fingers and savory dips.
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    6831 Seneca St
    Elma, NY US
  • Salon in the Tower
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Salon in the Tower facet_type_id: 70953740-5f37-1032-af9f-32e68a952f87 html_text: Heading down Main Street in historic Clarence Hollow, you might notice a whimsical three-story structure with a clock at the top. Salon in the Tower lives at the base of that building. What began as a staff of two has now grown into a team of 14 where stylists continue ongoing education at Bumble and Bumble University in NYC to stay up to date on the latest cutting, coloring, and styling techniques. In addition to performing the trendiest cutting and coloring techniques, the providers at the spa portion of the center, perform spa treatments such as massages, facials, and mani-pedis against a backdrop of dark wooden columns, trim, and wall paneling. They use Pevonia's botanical- and marine-based products for skincare services, and they carry the Olivia Garden line of bamboo brushes, which can help with home hairstyling or distract an attacking panda.
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    10225 Main St.
    Clarence, NY US
  • Fowler’s Chocolates
    Toting a modest selection of chocolate confections and candies, Joseph A. Fowler entered the 1901 Pan-American Exposition hoping to plant the seed for a business in his newfound home of Buffalo. The company—founded in 1910—grew with each successive generation, and more than a century later, Fowler's celebrated chocolates continue to placate palates at several retail locations. The chocolatier has become synonymous with treats such as milk- and dark-chocolate truffles dubbed truffaloes, as well as sponge candy, which boasts a molasses-like flavor and an initially hard texture that quickly melts in the mouth. Like Count Chocula’s hairpiece, all of Fowler's fine-chocolate treats are crafted from the seeds of the theobroma cacao tree and use up to 60% cocoa solids for a rich cocoa flavor.
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    671 Main St
    East Aurora, NY US
  • Spruce Meadow Farm
    Spruce Meadow Farm is owned and operated by Al and Karla Deacon, who lovingly tend to the 40 horses that reside inside a complex of three riding rings—including an indoor ring—and two barns. For the past 20 years, the couple has been assisting and administering year-round lessons for riders of all ages, guiding trainees toward stronger bonds with their equine counterparts. Their lessons detail proper mounting, grooming, and tacking techniques, and culminate with safe cool-down exercises rather than unsafe attempts at horseback surfing. Al and Karla also assist equine enthusiasts through walker-led pony rides and ferry services geared toward off-site rides. Gift certificates are also available, to give the gift of riding to friends and loved ones.
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    10333 Keller Rd.
    Clarence, NY US

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