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Buffalo Travel Guide

Getting to Buffalo

There are 23 one (1) stop five (5) hour and 29 minutes flights to the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. There are three (3) taxi companies and public transportation to and from the airport – Metro, Metro Bus and taxis.

Getting to New Era Field

New Era Field is about 20 minutes from Buffalo. Because it is so close, most fans drive or charter private transportation. Hotels may be able to assist with securing private shuttles.

Parking at New Era Field

Parking at New Era Field opens four (4) hours before kickoff and are available on a first come, first served basis. All of the lots – public, club and suite and ADA – are about $30. If you’re taking a bus or limousine to the game, parking costs $70. For more information about parking visit HERE.

If there is no parking available at New Era Field, there are some surrounding lots that may be more expensive on game day.

RV Parking

Parking for RV’s is not always available so it is suggested that you get there as early as possible. Parking for RV’s and campers is $100 (if parking is available).

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  • Lodging
  • Tourism
  • Dining
  • Transportation
  • RV Info
  • Lodging

    Embassy Suites Buffalo
    Buffalo Niagara Marriott
    Hyatt Regency Buffalo
    Aloft Buffalo Airport
    DoubleTree Club by Hilton Buffalo Downtown
    The Mansion on Delaware Avenue

    City of Buffalo:
    Foundry Suites
    Hotel Henry Urban Resort and Conference Center

    By New Era Field
    Stadium View Inn
    Hampton Inn Buffalo
    Staybridge Suites Buffalo South

  • Tourism

    Niagara Falls
    You can visit the Cave of the Wins for walking paths and to get closer to the falls. You can find more information HERE.

    You can also take multiple scenic hikes depending on skill level. More information can be found HERE.

    Elmwood Village
    Named by the American Planning Association as one of the country’s 10 best neighborhoods, Elmwood Village has public art that can be seen on nearly every block. It is also home to some of the city’s most popular shops, bars and restaurants.

    Canalside is located at the heart of Buffalo’s waterfront and offers a ton of free activities from fun in the sun to ice skating, live music, festivals and art. Located at 44 Prime Street, Buffalo, NY 14202, (716) 436-7100.

    Larkin Square
    Known for live music and food trucks. Public events are free and open to the public. Located at 745 Seneca Street, Buffalo, NY 14210.

  • Restaurants

    Anchor Bar
    Famed birthplace of the Buffalo chicken wings, also offers Italian fare, draft beers and live jazz. Located at 1047 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14209, (716) 886-8920.

    Popular destination for the after-work crowd. Oshun has an extensive raw bar, oyster happy hours. Located at 5 E Huron Street, Buffalo, NY 14203, (716) 848-4500.

    The Black Sheep
    Farm-to-table establishment with a small but awesome menu. It has a cute outdoor seating area. Located at 367 Connecticut Street, Buffalo, NY 14213, (716) 884-1100.

    Known to be one of the finer restaurants in Buffalo. It offers a variety of steaks and seafood. Located at 1375 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14209, (716) 885-0074.

    The Left Bank
    The Left Bank is often revered by local as being Buffalo’s restaurant. Known for their ravioli and tuna tartare. The restaurant hosts a very popular Sunday brunch with live jazz and has great patios. Located at 511 Rhode Island Street, Buffalo, NY 14213, (716) 882-3509.

    Osteria 166
    This Italian grill serves wood-fired pizzas, pastas and wine. Located at 166 Franklin Street, Buffalo, NY 14202, (716) 858-3118.

    Gabriel’s Gate
    American fare in a tavern space with Native American statues. Located at 145 Allen Street, Buffalo, NY 14201, (716) 886-0602.


    Eddie Brady’s Tavern
    Known for their great burgers, this old school Buffalo Irish tavern was recently renovated. Located at 97 Genesee Street, Buffalo, NY 14203, (716) 854-7017.

    Pearl Street Grill and Brewery
    This historic 4-level warehouse is known for bar and grill fare and billiards and sports on television. Located at 76 Pearl Street, Buffalo, NY 14202, (716) 856-2337.

    Lockhouse Distillery and Bar
    Known for a great distillery, live music and décor. Located at 41 Columbia Street, Buffalo, NY 14204, (716) 768-4898.

    Founding Fathers
    This laid-back pub with American history-related décor is known for darts and trivia nights and great burgers. Located at 75 Edward Street, Buffalo, NY 14202.

    Sidelines Sports Bar and Grill
    Relaxed dive bar with sports and casual American classics. Located at 189 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14202.

    Buffalo Proper
    Buffalo Proper serves prohibition style cocktails and treats that take comfort food to another level, complete with outdoor balcony. Located at 333 Franklin Street, Buffalo, NY 14222, (716) 783-8699.

  • Transportation

    Public transportation The Metro Bus and Metro Rail are the easiest way to get around Buffalo. For routes, schedules and additional information please visit HERE or contact at (716) 855-7300.

    Cab Companies
    Liberty Yellow Cab Buffalo (716) 877-7111
    Buffalo Express Taxi Service (716) 435-6338
    Amherst Taxi Dispatch Service (716) 875-1900

    Private Cars
    Status Limousine Corporation (716) 833-7292
    Buffalo Limousine (716) 835-4997
    Buffalo Limo Service (716) 953-3033

    Ride-Sharing Services
    Download the apps on your smartphone at www.Uber.com and www.Lyft.com.

  • RV Info

    If you make the 19-hour drive to Buffalo in an RV, there are a few parks for you to settle down in outside the city.

    Darien Lake State Park
    - Located at 10289 Harlow Road, Darien Center, NY 14040, (585) 547-9242.

    Niagara’s Lazy Lakes Resort
    - With 285 RV sites and nine (9) cabins, Lazy Lakes Resort is a great getaway. Located at 4312 Church Road, Lockport, NY 14094, (800) 874-2957.

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