Econo Lodge South
4344 Milestrip Rd.
Buffalo, NY 14219
Phone: (716) 825-7530
Fax: (716) 825-7981
This multiplex in South Buffalo has six screens for your viewing pleasure. You can buy the tickets in advance (only cash is accepted, no credit cards), buy popcorn from the refreshment stall and have a time to remember. For details on upcoming flicks, prices and the schedule, check the website.
The Gateway Executive Building houses several offices and venues, Gateway Executive Office Auditorium being one of them. This event venue is well-equipped with modern amenities like latest sound and lighting technology. You can host corporate functions like seminars and conferences. Other facilities include ample parking space and an on-site cafe.
This cinema is located in the village of Orchard Park, around 12 miles from downtown Buffalo. It is one of 542 movie halls spread across the country that belong to the Regal Entertainment Group. There is access for those with special needs, a cafe, game room and good parking spots as well. So grab some soda pop, plant yourself in one of the comfortable seats, and get ready for an evening of fun and entertainment.
Located just southeast of Buffalo, in the suburb of Orchard Park, this stadium serves as the home of the National Football League's Buffalo Bills. Built in 1973, the stadium was originally called Rich Stadium, but today it carries the name of the original team's founder Ralph Wilson. It seats nearly 75,000 for football and is used almost exclusively for the gridiron, though on occasion Ralph Wilson stadium will hold concerts and other events when the massive capacity is needed for ticketholders.
The Fairgrounds in Hamburg is host to a number of events throughout the year, the most important of which happens to be the annual Erie County Fair. Other activities that you can be part of at this venue include the Shrine Circus, Christmas in the Country and the Lights Festival. The grounds are also home to various institutions like the International Agri-Center, the Creative Arts Building, the New York State Police Building and a few others. Areas like the Marketplace and the Expo-Hall are convenient for holding meetings and conferences. A new addition to this venue is the Raceway and Gaming, where people can enjoy video gaming. The place also has many restaurants, so you can choose the one that suites your taste.
This center is a popular venue for concerts, fundraisers and shows in the city of Buffalo. Over the weekends you can find Pub music and performances by local bands in the evenings. It also houses the GAAA Irish library, which has over 300 books and collections of the Buffalo Irish Genealogical Society.
The Silo City is actually a collection of three grain elevators called Peavey Elevator, Genesee Brewing Elevator and the Marine "A" Elevator. These were used during the 20th Century for carrying grains and storing them in the adjoining mammoth size containers or Silos (hence the name). The might of these structures leave onlookers awestruck and they have been preserved immaculately to let the young generation admire this ancient feat of engineering. In addition to the earlier mentioned elevators, the site is also home to the Elevator B; this is a 22 feet (6 meter) tall beehive. This site has been an iconic part of the culture of the city and today it is used as a venue for many local events.
Enjoy a laugh riot with the interesting line-up of local and international acts at the Helium Comedy Club. Featuring an opening act and headliner each time, their shows guarantee visitors the best in live comedy in town. The venue also invites patrons to participate in their interactive open mic nights. Complement the enjoyable time with delicious appetizers and drinks from their in-house bar.
This multi-use arena located Buffalo's downtown waterfront is where the Sabres, Bandits, Blizzards and Destroyers play. From hockey and lacrosse to soccer, football and even concerts, this venue can host almost any event on the planet. The 20,000 seats in the state-of-the-art entertainment complex never have an obstructed view with the massive Jumbotron that dominates the ceiling. For food, try the Lexus Club restaurant and if you are in the pavilion, don't forget to visit the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame.
This beautiful 18,025 seat facility has been the home of Buffalo Bisons baseball since 1987, and it is the Triple-A affiliate of MLB's Toronto Blue Jays. The stadium has intimate seating and there are also group facilities available, as well as Pettibone's Grille for dinner while you enjoy the game or lunch year-round. Also available whether or not there's a game is the Bison's official team shop, it features a variety of souvenir gifts, t-shirts, jerseys, etc.
Torn Space Theater has proved successful in establishing for itself a niche in the arts and theatre world. Its founders, Dan Shanahan and Melissa Meola, aimed to create opportunities and possibilities for actors, directors, script writers, composers and so on. The plays and performances here manage to reach and touch the audiences in the most easiest of ways. Call ahead for performance schedule and other details.
Established in 1985, Squeaky Wheel a.k.a the Buffalo Media Art Center is well-known by city dwellers as a media Mecca that aims to promote endeavors in the fields of journalism, film, information technology and digital art. The center offers rentals and production equipment along with workshops and education classes. There are also many video and animation camps for children and teenagers throughout the year which teaches everything about the 'Seventh Art'. You can also take part in their contests, where artists can submit your photo-essays and their work. Other events include screenings, animation workshops and film festivals of course.