Friendly, welcoming, walkable, and interesting are the first words that pop into my head when I think of the Elmwood Village.
Within a mile you can shop at the Lexington Real Foods Co-op (everyone is welcome, member , or not); you can browse the multitude of shops including gourmet, apparel, and jewelry; you can step inside the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church and The Unitarian Universalist Church (both of which are festooned with incredible stained glass windows), grab a bite of sushi, Thai, Mexican, American, or eat at a high end restaurant; and, simply bask in the beauty of the big sky as it is not marred by tall buildings.
The Elmwood Village is a mere hop north from downtown Buffalo (just head up Delaware or Elmwood Avenue), and also includes the Burchfield Penney Gallery, The Albright Knox (a world class repository of modern art), Delaware Park, Hoyt Lake, The Historical Society, and many other venues worth your time.
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