Wednesday Buffalo News restaurant reviewer Andrew Galarneau delivered a terrific article summarizing the terrific bounty and potential that is the current Buffalo food scene. In addition to the still valuable classics that defined the region for generations (wings, fish fries, beef on weck), he extolled the virtues of the farm to table movement as well as the new ethnic cuisines arriving in our area thanks to the newest members of our community, and heartily encouraged local eaters to branch out and support these new efforts. It’s an amazing time to be an eater in this underdog and snake bit city, or a supporter of our local music scene, but you already knew that.
Which brings me to tonight’s entertainments at Nietzsche’s featuring Aircraft, OL’ CD, and Feverbox. You already know all about Aircraft: psych rockers, blog favorites, always terrific, now featured on local TV; these guys never disappoint. OL’ CD are pleasingly skeezy garage rockers from Toronto, all full of delinquent menace and killer sing-alongs. Feverbox, another fine young Buffalo band, will bring their not quite surf rock, definitely not folk rock California pop to add to the festivities. $5 covers you for this excellent line up, and the fun kicks off at 9 PM. Eat, drink, and be merry! It’s a good time to be in Buffalo.