5735 Main Street Suite #1, Williamsville, NYView More Details
5235 Main Street, Williamsville, NYView More Details
We are located at 5235 main street Williamsville ,hours : 7am to 3pmTuesday-Sunday716-634-eggs( 3447)
Meet the crepe of your dream!!
Break N eggs Creperie is a locally owned and operated restaurant.
Sweet, sinful or savory, our crepes have personality! You can savor them in a warm and friendly restaurant where the cheerful ambiance will keep you coming back for more! We also serve a fantastic inviting American breakfast, that you will not find anywhere else. All our food is prepared fresh in front of your eyes using traditional recipes and using products from local producers when available.
5629 Main Street, Williamsville, NYView More Details
9 N. Ellicott Street, Williamsville, NYView More Details
Thank you for visiting Cabernet’s Wine Cafe, one of Western New York’s most unique experiences.
It’s always been my dream to bring together great wines and food for family and friends to enjoy. Now with more than two decades of experience in the wine and spirirt business, I’m pleased to share my passion with you at what truly is a one-of-a-kind wine bar devoted to artisanal wines, small savory plates and genuine service in this warm and cozy Williamsville chateau.
With my personally edited collection of seasonal and house choices, the wine list is designed to be attractive to all levels of enthusiasts.
We are conveniently located right in the heart of the Village – within walking distance to all the shops and fine dining locations. Cabernet’s Wine Cafe is perfect for a pre or post-dinner drink, Monday through Saturday evenings.
We are also happy to host private events, holiday parties and functions for any special occasion.
I look forward to seeing you soon.
Cathy Bloom – Owner, Cabernet’s Wine Cafe.
5500 Main Street, Suite #106A, Williamsville, NYView More Details
In 1988, Mark Sciortino purchased Darone’s Fargo Grille with a dream of creating traditional family favorite Italian dishes. The name of the restaurant was changed to Marco’s. With extreme fanfare that hasn’t slowed in 25 years on Buffalo’s West side, Mark attributes much of his success in achieving his American / Italian dream to the help and support he has received from family and friends.
In 1998, just ten years after opening Marco’s, another Western New York favorite was born… Marco’s Italian Deli on Hertel Avenue in Buffalo; Home of the original SANGWICH! Opening the deli created a tremendous buzz which catapulted the Marco brand forward. In addition to the Hertel Avenue location which is now franchised, three more locations have been added; Delaware Avenue in Kenmore, Maple Road in Williamsville and Ransom Road in Grand Island, New York.