On Thursday, June 24, there will be a walking food tour through the scenic Elmwood Village in Buffalo. When I first moved to Buffalo, Elmwood Village was one of the first places I gravitated towards because it seemed really laid back, but there was a lot going on in the neighborhood. Of course there are tons of great restaurants in Elmwood Village (check out some of them below).

Explore a beautiful and historic neighborhood while tasting some of Buffalo’s best bites! Meet at the southwest corner of Elmwood and Forest Avenues. On this walking tour, we’ll sample a few Buffalo favorites, stop at a new cafe, try Thai with a twist – and, of course, something sweet! ~ Visit Buffalo Niagara

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With your paid ticket for the tour, you'll enjoy five tastings. You can also purchase 3 alcoholic beverages. Along the tour, you'll be able to try some new food and you'll hear some anecdotes about the neighborhood.

According to the company that puts the tours together, it's a great opportunity to try some new spots and learn more about a historic neighborhood,

Buffalo Food Tours guides a small group of guests on a designated route with a tour guide visiting 5-7 predetermined restaurants and local establishments. You will eat a tasty small bite at each location all while learning about the city, the food and the restaurant you are visiting.

The Elmwood Village Food Tour starts at 11:30 am and will cost you $50. You'll leave from the intersection of Elmwood Avenue and Forest Avenue. Guests need to be 12-years-old or older to attend.

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