Sandwiches are my favorite food. There’s something so satisfying about the infinite options of meat, cheese, condiment and bread. The perfect vessel for the finest flavor combinations. Imagine my delight when I had a free hour yesterday and decided to drop into the recently opened (November 2016) Potts Deli Express, specializing in the fine art… Continue reading Ode to the Sandwich
1856 Clinton Street is for sale at the corner of Clinton and Weimar Streets. It’s listed for $90,000 and was built in 1920. This building would be eligible to apply for the recent approved Better Buffalo Grant Money for Clinton Street. That could be a major asset to potential buyers! Please share this post in… Continue reading Kaisertown is a Hotbed of Real Estate: 1856 Clinton for Sale!
Yesterday in one of the Kaisertown Facebook groups the following question was posed: “Just out of curiosity, who would go to a small, locally owned coffee shop on Clinton to sit and have some properly brewed coffee or a real cappuccino in an artsy/fartsy environment? Would you rather go there and pay a little extra,… Continue reading Cooperative Coffee House in Kaisertown?
The City Planning Board approved the plans for a micro-brewery and tasting room at 1372 Clinton St yesterday. The article written by the Buffalo news summarizing the plans can be found here: Brewery at 1372 Clinton St Photo taken by Buffalo News
Say Nice Things. When you talk about Kaisertown to your friends or family or neighbors, say nice things about it. One thing that doesn’t improve a neighborhood is telling everyone you know what you don’t like about it. Word of mouth travels fast- consider a restaurant review. It’s unlikely you’ll go to a place that… Continue reading 10 Ways You Can Support a Kaisertown Revitalization
Check out this link for the history of 1890 Clinton Street- located on the corner of Clinton & Cable. http://ampoleagle.com/new-clinton-lounge-served-kaisertown-for-years-p7716-202.htm
In the midst of Buffalo’s resurgence, new buildings, new projects, new life- it is important to remember the basis of what created this city. I have spoken to this in prior posts and on Friday night got to experience a flash tour of Buffalo authenticity. Forgotten Buffalo Tours celebrate what was. They examine the local… Continue reading Gin Mill Love