(Marty Biniasz – Co-Founder, Forgotten Buffalo) The Eastside of Buffalo is home to some of the region’s most important cultural, ethnic and architectural landmarks. With the founding of St. Stanislaus Parish in 1873, the area became one of the largest Polish-American colonies in the world outside of Poland. Forgotten Buffalo Tours will shine the spotlight on century old churches, an old world public market and art-deco masterpieces.
The tour on Saturday, August 21st includes a number of stops at friendly neighborhood taverns, a home cooked Polish meal and music by a LIVE polka band at EVERY stop.
Forgotten Buffalo is the region’s authority on unique landmarks, classic taverns, old world neighborhoods & “Nickel City” oddities presents Buffalo’s original “Off the Beaten Track” tours. Guides are Eddy Dobosiewicz and trained Buffalo architecture and history docent Marty Biniasz. Each custom designed tour will give you a sense why Buffalo-Niagara is one of the most unique urban communities in the world.
Visit ForgottenBuffalo.com for details.