Buffalo restaurants expand after success

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Two Buffalo restaurants are expanding thanks to their success and popularity with western New Yorkers.

Both Osteria and D’Avolio announced they’d be growing their workforce and increasing their real estate in the coming months.

D’Avolio announced it would open a second kitchen location on Main Street in Buffalo. The fine cooking oil shop already has a kitchen on Main Street in Williamsville and a shop on Elmwood Avenue.

Osteria revealed it would open a second location in the Village of Ellicottville. Owners say they are planning to make the new establishment larger than their Buffalo pub. The new location is expected to open ahead of Ellicottville’s Fall Festival.


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