About South Buffalo
South Buffalo is one of the most enjoyable cities in New York. Not only does this city have the largest population of Irish Americans west of the Hudson River, but you know it?s a great place to have some fun and mingle with a welcoming crowd.
There are many exciting places to visit including Doc Sullivans, McCarthy's, Hopper's Rush Inn, Charlie O'Brien's, Nine-Eleven Tavern, Stankey's Cafe, Avenue Pub, Hop Inn, The Blackthorn, Daly's, Molly Maguire's, The Irish Center, and Talty's Tavern.
Friends and Family are of great importance in South Buffalo, so meeting up for Saint Patrick?s Day or Lent for a fish fry at the local pubs is one of the many activities everyone enjoys.
The Goin' South Irish Festival is hosted in South Buffalo every year, which is a huge party that is extremely popular among the youngsters. It features local fare, fireworks, and live music.
If you have children that enjoy hockey, South Buffalo is the place to take them. There are hockey programs like The Cazenovia Chiefs which provides recreation for hundreds of children in the neighborhood. Not only that, the Cazenovia Chiefs have helped launch the careers of some of the most popular NHL and AHL players like Patrick Kane, Tim Kennedy, Peter Ratchuk, and Mike Ratchuk.
Next time you?re in New York, take a trip to South Buffalo and find out why the town is known for it?s community and fun.
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Events in South Buffalo
Rally for Rescued Pets Spring Expo
at Rally for Rescued Pets Spring Expo
Free Admission Many not for profit Rescue Organizations with adoptable Pets and items to benefit each rescue,basket raffle, homemade baked goods numerous Vendors, food truck. games ith prizes every play, 50/50 draw cash bar
The Stadium Tour: Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison & Joan Jett and The Blackhear
at New Era Field
Get ready to see The Stadium Tour: Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison & Joan Jett and The Blackhearts in Orchard Park at Highmark Stadium. Secure your tickets now to The Stadium Tour: Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison & Joan Jett and The Blackhearts before this show sells