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#1 Chef Jim

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 06:24 PM

I'll be in WNY in two weeks.

 

I've noticed we have some newbies here from the "other" board I guess?  This should be fun.  



#2 mead107

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 06:41 PM

How long?

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 06:56 PM

you need any ideas as to what to do while you are there?  i suggest you check out the olive garden in williamsville....probably the best authentic italian food i have ever tasted, there's also an arbys that has some killer roast beef.  I think it's on transtit



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Posted 07 April 2017 - 07:02 PM

I'll be in WNY in two weeks.
 
I've noticed we have some newbies here from the "other" board I guess?  This should be fun.  


Are you soliciting advice again? It'll be interesting to see if the BBMB bost people contribute anything new.

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 07:43 PM

you need any ideas as to what to do while you are there?  i suggest you check out the olive garden in williamsville....probably the best authentic italian food i have ever tasted, there's also an arbys that has some killer roast beef.  I think it's on transtit


And there's this small Italian pizza chain, Little Cesar's. They have pizza ready when you walk in, no need to order, for only $5

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 07:47 PM

Hooters or Buffalo Wild Wings for wings, of course.

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 07:48 PM

the breaded ones are to die for

 

 

Hooters or Buffalo Wild Wings for wings, of course.



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Posted 07 April 2017 - 08:46 PM

And there's this small Italian pizza chain, Little Cesar's. They have pizza ready when you walk in, no need to order, for only $5


What ever you do, make sure to wash it down with Miller Lite or Budweiser.

I know you don't like advice, but you will thank me later.

There is a place called McDonald's, I think it's in Batavia... If you want a really good burger and fries.

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 08:51 PM

What ever you do, make sure to wash it down with Miller Lite or Budweiser.

I know you don't like advice, but you will thank me later.

There is a place called McDonald's, I think it's in Batavia... If you want a really good burger and fries.

 

I know that place.  It's just across the street from a great little sandwich shop. called Hoagie Way or Sub Road or something...



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Posted 07 April 2017 - 09:47 PM

you need any ideas as to what to do while you are there?  i suggest you check out the olive garden in williamsville....probably the best authentic italian food i have ever tasted, there's also an arbys that has some killer roast beef.  I think it's on transtit

Of course you forgot Pizza Hut!



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Posted 07 April 2017 - 10:06 PM

 
I know that place.  It's just across the street from a great little sandwich shop. called Hoagie Way or Sub Road or something...


I think I know that place, it's where they'll customize your sub right in front of you.

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 11:12 PM

I think I know that place, it's where they'll customize your sub right in front of you.

not just anyone can make them, they hire only real Sandwich artists



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Posted 08 April 2017 - 08:32 AM

How long?

 

Thanks for the advice but.......oh.  About a week. 


you need any ideas as to what to do while you are there?  i suggest you check out the olive garden in williamsville....probably the best authentic italian food i have ever tasted, there's also an arbys that has some killer roast beef.  I think it's on transtit

 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  Geez....next thing you know you'll be telling me to go to the Genessee Brewery for a beer tasting.  


Are you soliciting advice again? It'll be interesting to see if the BBMB bost people contribute anything new.

 

I've read their posts so I'm not expecting anything interesting.  


And there's this small Italian pizza chain, Little Cesar's. They have pizza ready when you walk in, no need to order, for only $5

 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  They say pizza's like sex.  Even when it's bad it's good.  Well those people have never had WNY pizza.   :sick:

 

Oh this one's going to start a riot. 



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Posted 08 April 2017 - 08:35 AM

No need for west coast pretentious Starbucks coffee either ... Timmy Ho's is the place to go



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Posted 08 April 2017 - 08:49 AM

Hooters or Buffalo Wild Wings for wings, of course.

 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  WNY women in skimpy clothes?  I think not. 


the breaded ones are to die for

 

 

 

I hope you're talking about the wings.  


What ever you do, make sure to wash it down with Miller Lite or Budweiser.

I know you don't like advice, but you will thank me later.

There is a place called McDonald's, I think it's in Batavia... If you want a really good burger and fries.

 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  I stay in the town just to the south of Batavia. I grew up next to Batavia.  I was born in Batavia.  I KNOW Batavia.  I will not eat any food from Batavia. 

 

BTW you ever say Batavia out loud over and over again. Try it.  Weird name for a town. 


No need for west coast pretentious Starbucks coffee either ... Timmy Ho's is the place to go

 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  I looked pretentious up and I could have sworn, at least by your use of the word, it meant ****ty.  And Timmy Ho's?  Jesus you guys are weird back there.  Here in the Bay Area, and trust me on this one we have some of the biggest Chinatown neighborhoods in the country, Chinese restaurants are great for tea.  Coffee?  Not so much. 



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Posted 08 April 2017 - 08:53 AM

visit the turf farms, it's a fascinating place....and if you are in batavia, say hey to my buddy Stump

 

 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  WNY women in skimpy clothes?  I think not. 


 

I hope you're talking about the wings.  


 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  I stay in the town just to the south of Batavia. I grew up next to Batavia.  I was born in Batavia.  I KNOW Batavia.  I will not eat any food from Batavia. 

 

BTW you ever say Batavia out loud over and over again. Try it.  Weird name for a town. 


 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  I looked pretentious up and I could have sworn, at least by your use of the word, it meant ****ty.  And Timmy Ho's?  Jesus you guys are weird back there.  Here in the Bay Area, and trust me on this one we have some of the biggest Chinatown neighborhoods in the country, Chinese restaurants are great for tea.  Coffee?  Not so much. 



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Posted 08 April 2017 - 03:13 PM

visit the turf farms, it's a fascinating place....and if you are in batavia, say hey to my buddy Stump

 

 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  BTW the turf farm?  Is that the local weed dispensary?   :ph34r:



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Posted 08 April 2017 - 04:04 PM

You being from the fine city of Batavia probably already know about the world class casino called Batavia Downs. One of the nicest casinos in the world. Oh, you need to try the all you can eat crab buffet. Say hi to Thurman while you're there.



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Posted 08 April 2017 - 04:47 PM

You being from the fine city of Batavia probably already know about the world class casino called Batavia Downs. One of the nicest casinos in the world. Oh, you need to try the all you can eat crab buffet. Say hi to Thurman while you're there.

 

Thanks for the advice but I don't need any advice.  I drive by Batavia Downs all the time. I've never been to the casino and have no desire to go to that casino.  Hell I don't even like casinos in Vegas I can't imagine what this one is like.  I'd say hi to TT but I assume he'll be busy busing tables.  Life is hard as an former Bill.  



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Posted 08 April 2017 - 04:57 PM

Let the wife drive. she has directions programed in no matter who you visit.