Buffalo has been the ultimate destination for those looking to get away for a weekend and not blow their budget. While tourists flock to areas like Canalside, downtown, or any of the local restaurants or breweries, Buffalo has a lot more to offer.
Architectural Digest dug in recently to highlight why design lovers will be surprised at what Buffalo has to offer.
Martin House and Graycliff
The Martin House and Graycliff, are usually at the top of the list for architecture fans, but with the restoration finally complete design lovers should check this out.
We can’t mention top destinations in Buffalo without talking about the Waterfront. Architectural Digest mentions Silo City, saying, “The local arts community has breathed new life into this former industrial mecca.”
Buffalo does a lot of things, but one thing the people of this city know how to do is breathe new life into old spaces. With the beautiful campus in the museum district, this unique spot has anything for design fans.
While amazing architecture sites dominate this list, you can’t visit Buffalo without checking out the food scene. If wings and weck aren’t your things, ADA recommends you hit up for a new and exciting place to eat.
While the Albright-Knox Art Gallery is going to be closed for the next two years while they take on a massive renovation project, art and architecture lovers will still have somewhere to go! Opening in January 2020, the Albright-Knox Northland Campus will feature temporary exhibits in a warehouse on the East Side.
Calling it the “Brooklyn of Buffalo,” AD says the Elmwood Village is the spot to hit with the tree-lined streets and an abundance of coffee shops, boutiques, and studios.
Waxlight Bar a Vin
Rounding out this tour of Buffalo is Waxlight Bar a Vin. AD says it is a chic eatery where guests can share comforting yet creative eats.