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Home of the Mighty WurliTzer, live entertainment, movies, and historic grandeur.
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The Riviera Theatre is listed on the National and New York State Register of Historic Places. The theatre is a historic, 1140 seat entertainment venue in North Tonawanda, New York.
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“Buffalo Niagara International Airport plays an essential role in the development of business and tourism in the Buffalo Niagara region. Buffalo Niagara International Airport has up to 100 nonstop flights per day serving 31 airport destinations and beyond. We are located 5 miles away from the airport. ”
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“We love the view of the old Erie Canal from the windows and the classic food with a gourmet twist. Had a very nice wild salmon and risotto dinner the other night. It's a crowded space with big old historic photos of the canal and friendly service. Two more, great waterfront options Remington Tavern across the street, which specializes in Italian and seafood. Smoke on the Water, just over the bridge, takes pride in its smoked meats. Very good smoked turkey club sandwich. ”
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“Is a restaurant but people seem to be drinking more then eating. The best patio with a huge fire pit. Great place to watch the game! ”
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“One of our favorite breakfast places (rumored to have been voted best breakfast in Buffalo). A visit is like traveling back in time. This cash only restaurant, which says a lot right there, provides an authentic 1950’s diner experience. Complete with black and white tile floors, swivel stools for seating at the counter, and little booths (red seats of course), it’s like visiting a by-gone era. Tiny but packed with character and characters. Traditional breakfast, eggs, waffles and gigantic pancakes, with healthy options for those so inclined. Time-honored diner fare available for lunch as well. Open only for breakfast and lunch, with limited hours you better be good and they are! Sometimes there’s a line, they have their fans, but if your looking for great value it’s worth the wait. If you can get it, grab the table at the front of the diner. It provides a window view onto Hertel Ave. on one side, and the complete diner on the other. ”
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