Month: February 2015

Friday Favorites!

downtown lafayette sq

{A staple building in downtown Buffalo, Hotel Lafayette}

It’s been an eventful week compared to the last few. As I’m beginning to prep for my 30th birthday in a few short weeks, I’ve been consumed with so many ideas that this weekend is going to be about narrowing down what I really want and then putting the plan into action. Part of the weekend is also going to be me looking for an adventure or a new place to visit. It’s been a while since I’ve traveled and as much as I love Buffalo, everyone needs a little break now and then. Have a good weekend!

elephant glasses

{One of my favorite things at Polar Bites, the Elephant painted Wine and Martini Glasses}

Hydraulic hearth

{I finally visited Hydraulic Hearth for Brunch on Saturday – it was awesome!}


{I found this quote on Instagram and love it!}


{You can’t beat a spongecandy stout beer at Resurgence}

YOU Are Beautiful

you are beautiful

You are beautiful. That was the theme this past Saturday at HEAL BFLO’s event. {H.E.A.L standing for – Health, Energy, Art and Love}. The yoga retreat and wellness event was much different than other health and wellness events that take place. It was more intimate – offering an all-day yoga retreat for those who wanted to participate and on the other side a vendor based event open to the public featuring local boutiques and businesses.


heal bflo

While I didn’t attend the yoga retreat {looking back I wish I did}, when I walked into the Foundry you immediately felt a calmness and community bond at the event. Over 30 vendors participated and the venue was packed with positive energy.


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To learn more about HEAL BFLO and the ladies behind the event click here and here.


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A Great Place to Go for Wine Wednesday!

prov social sign

pro social

It’s been months of planning to make time to visit Providence Social. Finally a few Wednesday’s ago Nicole and I took advantage of are monthly get-togethers and enjoyed their wine night specials!

The minute I walked in I fell in love with the place I loved the bar area and the old school music from the 50s and 60s era – a place that makes me think of my childhood memories when my parents would make me listen to their oldies music {now a days I catch myself singing to some of that same music, I guess that’s what happens as you get older}. The dim lighting with amazing light fixtures makes for a pretty atmosphere. The dining area is pretty open – leaving you and your party not feeling on top of other people… like you find at some other restaurants in the area.


Wednesdays make for great wine deals! $4 for a glass, $16 for a bottle! You can’t beat that price. For the amount of wine Nicole and I drink when we get together – it was a great deal!

From the outside- it’s not what you would expect when you walk in. The pricing is affordable and offers a good selection of food that can be shared. Now, I’m planning a time to go back and check out their brunch! From what I see on social media it looks like they put together a nice Sunday Funday!



providence social food



Aficionado – a networking event taking place this Friday at the Lafayette Hotel from 6-9pm. It looks pretty neat, anyone else attending?


Heal Bflo – bringing the community together, local businesses together and creating a positive atmosphere.


Steak Stone and Sushi – a restaurant in Lockport, NY that I want to check out soon!


A new distillery that just opened and another new place to check out! Black Squirrel Distillery


Friday Favorites!


{Breakfast at Break N’ Eggs Creperie on Main St. in Williamsville}

Like most people in town, I am over this weather, never one to not, not like winter, but this cold weather has been very un-motivating for me to want to go out and do things, so I’m looking forward to changing that around and warming up at the Botanical Gardens this weekend. Its the last weekend for Lumagination! Whatever it is that you have planned I hope you stay warm and have fun!


get fried

{Lunch at #GetFried this past week. #delish}


{The very first wedding I helped with was held at this Church, St. Louis RC Church on Main St.}

wine glassees polar bites

{Another successful Buffalo Zoo event last night! Cheers to #PolarBites2015}

Nail Polish Named After Buffalo Favorites!


Yesterday, I featured nail polish remover from EXO Supply Co. so it only makes sense for me to feature nail polish today. Hand mixed, Buffalo themed nail polish to be specific, from Gridlock Lacquer! You may have seen my post back in December on Lisa from Gridlock Lacquer {click here for the post}, but her product is so awesome that I’m featuring her again this week. Not only is business going great for her, she is prepping for the busy Easter season at the Broadway Market and expanding her product to Pittsburgh! If you haven’t checked out her nail polish make sure to stop by her stand at the market or online!


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