Monday, July 15, 2013

At the 2013 Taste of Buffalo

Hello my friends! It wouldn't be summer in Buffalo, if I didn't dedicate an entry to the annual Taste of Buffalo food festival. This year, the annual festival celebrated 30 years of success. An excerpt from the events website states the following:

"The Taste of Buffalo presented by TOPS is the largest two-day food festival in the United States. It began in 1984 and now attracts almost 450,000 patrons annually. It has been voted WNY's premier outdoor festival. The Taste is a not-for-profit corporation registered with the State of New York and is run by an all-volunteer board of directors and a festival coordinator. The primary purpose of the event is to showcase downtown Buffalo and the wonderful restaurants that call our region home."

Not only was the food, sangria slushies and desserts great, but as you can see from the video, so was the ambiance. And even though I was sweating like a crazy people, I wouldn't have missed this event. For more information please visit and we hope to see you next year!!! Here are just a few picks of the tasty treats I found...mouth watering!

Jerk Chicken and Red Beans & Rice from Caribbean Experience Restaurant
2897 Bailey Avenue, Buffalo, NY 

Fried won tons and Spring Rolls from Papaya
118 West Chippewa Street, Buffalo, NY

Beef sliders from Gordon Biersch
Store P102 Galleria Drive, Cheektowaga, NY 14225

 Seafood Crab Dip from Joe's Crab Shack
4125 Maple Rd, Amherst, NY 14226


  1. OMG how dare you post this????!!! And make me hungry for some of that deliciousness ---all the way here in Japan. Shame on you Malinda, shame!

    BTW City of Buffalo so owes you for helping to promote their event!!!

    1. Haha! I feel the same way since I'm missing out on all the yaki soba, takoyaki and all the other yummy festival food in Japan. Make sure you send word to the Buffalo tourism board for all my hard work :) Thanks again!