Buffalo: The Comeback City

Buffalonians are used to being teased between the Bills, snow, not being NYC, and the proximity to Canada. In the turn of the 20th century Buffalo was nothing to joke about. Coming in at 8th largest city, Buffalo had the most millionaires per capita. With the decline of factories in America, Buffalo also fell into decline. People left the city for a better place, better jobs, and bigger things. But today it is being restored to its former glory, fitting for New York State’s second largest city. People are returning, millennials are coming, and this is why:


Buffalos food is on point-how could the inventor of the chicken wings not? But that’s not all Buffalo has to offer. The West Side is rich with ethnic foods. Visit the Southside and eat real Italian. Wander down Elmwood for Mexican, Vietnamese, and trendy toast places. The city of Attend the weekly farmer’s market and Broadway market to meet all of your personal cooking needs.


Buffalo boasts of beautiful turn of the century architecture. Sign up for a tour and see some of the work of the most famous architect of the time, Frank Lloyd Wright. Drive through the North Side and gaze upon beautiful mansions. Head to to the heart of downtown and see Hotel Lafayette. Buffalo’s architecture is some of the most beautiful in the Great Lakes.


It’s impossible to be bored in Buffalo. Canalside offers skating in the winter and free concerts and kayaking in the summer. The Outer Harbor is the perfect spot for evening walks and sunset gazing. Festivals occur all year with Saint Patrick’s Day, Dyngus Day, and the Taste of Buffalo. The Albright Knox offers world class art. Sports lovers have three pro teams and a minor league team. Meanwhile, just out side the city is beautiful ski country and beautiful parks for hiking.

Job Growth

And best news of all? Buffalo is becoming more economically sound. With a low cost of living and high influx of jobs, it is an affordable city to make a life in. The expansion of the medical area is bringing thousands of jobs and investors from the Pegula family to the state government promote more growth. Buffalo is poised to become the next Comeback City. Biel’s is lucky enough to be located here sending Buffalove to customers near and far.