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With lots of little shops, churches, and restaurants, take a ride around and just see the area. The people are friendly and will help if you find yourself someplace you didn't mean to be.
Written May 7, 2006
Trattoria Aroma is a wonderful Italian restaurant located in the heart of Williamsville. The food is delicious, the wine selection is awesome and the atmosphere is very comfortable. You'll think you were transported to Tuscany when you walk through the door.
The food is terrific. The kitchen offers up many choices on the standard menu, plus daily specials to die for. If you can't find something to eat here, then you aren't really hungry.
Not sure about a wine selection, ask the excellent servers. They will direct you to a terrific wine no matter what your price range. Great Italian wines to go with great Italian food - it just doesn't get much better.
In our opinion, it is one of the best Italian restaurants in the area.
Favorite Dish: We always start with an oven fired Pizzetta. A small pizza with a thin crust, carmelized onions, prosciutto, asiago cheese and olive oil. Match it with a nice glass of wine and you have one great appetizer!
Updated Mar 30, 2009
Address: 5229 Main St, Williamsville, NY 14221
The restaurant is comparable to a French Bistrot. Good food and a good wine list to match up with your food. The restaurant offers a diverse menu with salads, pastas, pizzas, great entrees and Pho. The service staff is friendly and helpful, and the location is great.
Stop by for lunch or dinner, you won't be disappointed.
Favorite Dish: Craving something decadent? Try the Lobster macaroni and cheese as a side dish. Rich and cheesy with lots of lobster.
Updated Aug 25, 2008
Address: 5110 Main St, Williamsville, NY 14221
My niece's family owns this chain of submarine sandwich stores. And I can honestly say they make some of the most delicious lunches I have had in a while.
The bread comes in four flavors and each one is a secret recipe handed down for three generations. The meat is bought fresh daily and sliced on the premises. Each sandwich is hand made after you place your order and to your specifications. There are a dozen varieties of basic sandwiches and any number of combinations of condiments and additives. They even have meals for non-meat eaters.
The store itself is a long counter on one side and booths and tables on the other side of the entrance way. You make your way down the counter picking and choosing what you want. By the time you get to the cashier and pay for your meal the food server has finished your sandwich requests and has it ready for you to eat.
You can choose to eat in the 1950s dining area or ask for take-out. You can call ahead if you don't want to wait in the server line. They will even deliver locally for large group orders.
Written Oct 29, 2007
Address: 6970 Transit Road
Founder Oziel Smith opened The Eagle House for business on July 4, 1827 as a hotel and restaurant located on the long route from Buffalo to Batavia, a welcomed site for weary travelers. The first Town Board Meeting was held at The Eagle House and it has been a favorite meeting place and watering hole ever since, honered with patrons such as President Grover Cleveland and General Winfield Scott.
Enjoy the historic surroundings and mementos, as you sit by the fireplace or on the summer patio, while you dine on home-cooked fare. We hope you take pleasure in the efforts we have made to restore the restaurant and inn to it's original and glorious sdays past. Oziel Smith was a pioneer in a frontier town and we strive to carry on his fine tradition of hearty food, a warm hearth and nurturing spirits to all our guests.
Today, the Hanny family invites you to enjoy the warm comforts, outstanding cuisine and historic atmosphere of The Eagle House.
Favorite Dish: Try the traditional Yankee pot Roast or Cider Mill Pork chops. You really can't go wrong no matter what you choose.
Written May 7, 2006
Address: 5578 Main St, Williamsville, NY 14221
As is the case in most suburban towns, you will need a car to get around. While there is limited bus service, it does not run all through the town. It is mostly a connection back to Buffalo.
The main street in Williamsville is Main St. It cuts right through the heart of town and is accessible from Route 290 off the thruway.
Updated Jul 11, 2008
Favorite thing: Williamsville Water Mill at 56 Spring St was originally called the Eclipse Mill. Built by Jonas Williams in 1811 Click Here to see Water Mill pictures
Fondest memory: Hanging out in Glen Amusement Park before it torn down and turned into what is now Glen Park overlooking the waterfall.
Written Oct 4, 2002