2000 Niagara Falls Blvd.
Tonawanda, NY 14150
Phone: (716) 694-6696
Fax: (716) 694-0371
This restaurant has long been considered one of the best Italian restaurants in the Greater Buffalo Area. Among the house specialties are spaghetti carbonara, homemade rigatoni, chicken marsala and a Friday-only calamari dinner. Located in Getzville, close to SUNY at Buffalo North Campus, as well as the Buffalo Marriott Niagara Hotel, it claims local families and business people who go out of their way to dine here as tried and true customers.
Located in the University Heights area near the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, this bar has been presenting some of the best live music in Western New York for more than 25 years. The ambience is cool and laid-back, making it perfect for an evening out with friends who want to have a drink or two while listening to music. Thursday night is hip-hop time. Tickets for all shows are only available at the door, and there is no reserved seating. Most shows begin at 11p. Open from Monday to Saturday from 3pm and Sunday from 1pm.
This lounge, the oldest continuously-operating adult entertainment club in Buffalo, has been on the scene since the 1960s. Located in the North Buffalo area, the club is legendary for its non-stop nightly shows. The kitchen is open all night long seven days a week and there is no cover charge. The Colonie Lounge also offers an extensive selection of fine cigars to enjoy along with the entertainment.
An old-style lounge, complete with the flickering neon sign, this Elmwood Avenue bar is where lounge lizards gather for 50s-style entertainment as performed by Lance Diamond and his 24-Karat Diamond Band. The show combines the right amount of sleaze and tease to make the drinks flow smoothly. This pro has been at it for over 25 years. Friday is fish-fry night. Otherwise, the food is pub-grub all the way. The lounge is the unofficial headquarters for fans of the GooGoo Dolls, with whom Lance performed in the early days.
Macaroon's Nite Club is one place where the party never stops. With an extensive bar, live music events and great ambiance, Macaroon's Nite Club has managed to become a popular nightclub in town. This place is especially buzzing with much crowd on weekends. The bar menu offers several kinds of beer and spirits. Make sure you catch their happy hours and daily specials.
Evolution Entertainment Complex houses three clubs dedicated to different genres of music. Be it head banging heavy metal, rock and roll or hard core rock, every music nerd is assured to have his time of life at this brilliant complex. A perfect place to hang out with friends with similar tastes in music, the shows at this complex guarantee unforgettable experience for music lovers of all ages and sizes.
OHM Ultra Lounge is a great addition to Allentown’s club scene. Electronic dance music dominates this venue with resident and guest DJs spinning an eclectic mix of sounds. Grab a drink from their daily specials and enjoy the night away on the dance floor. This place also features an outdoor patio.
This is the spot for those who like small, intimate places where the music and crowd are both hip and stylish. Located in the historic Allentown neighborhood just off of Main Street, this mixed-gay bar may not look like much from the outside but it's rocking most nights of the week with '70s and '80s retro-dance music and top-of-the-line videos. There's a grunge feel to the bar, but the folks are friendly and unpretentious and you're quickly greeted as you walk through the door. Tuesday is 'Gay Showtune Night' and Friday it's two-for-one after 9p.
In Buffalo, there used to be a spot called Mohawk Place that was beloved before it closed down. To locals, the Mohawk was hard to replace, that is until the the Waiting Room filled the 'best dive bar/club' void in Buffalo's live music scene. Located on Delaware Avenue, the Waiting Room hosts a vibrant mix of upcoming as well as established indie bands with names like Anchor Me Down, Cedar Kites and The Polar Bear Club. The venue is rather new (it was created in April 2013), however in its short tenure, it has garnered rave reviews and headlining acts, both of which make it a force to remain in Buffalo's nightlife.
The Town Ballroom, formerly known as the Town Casino, hosted many top performers within its walls during its heyday. Singers like Nat King Cole, Sammy Davis and Frank Sinatra graced its stage. It has experimented with many businesses till date, including a theater and various nightclubs. Today, the venue, billed as Buffalo's premier showroom, hosts many well-known local and national acts, including groups like the Goo Goo Dolls, Robert Cray and Panic at the Disco. The venue is also available for holding private parties and receptions.
Formerly known as the Warehaus, the Buckin' Buffalo Saloon is a star on buffalo's night scene. The club regularly presents live acts and houses three bars. Sip on one of the concoctions prepared here and dive into the 10,000-square-foot dance floor bumping to an eclectic range of music. The Buckin' Buffalo Saloon also holds events like a karaoke night, ladies night and annual events like Miss Buckin' Buffalo.
The Underground Nightclub is more bar than club, yet most people who come here don't seem to mind because there is ample space for both. The dance floor runs along the bar which makes it a bit small, but it works because it gets the usually motionless people at the bar to join in. Drinks are standard with specials throughout the week and the clientele is primarily LGBT, but everyone is always welcome.