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Events this Weekend!

Events this Weekend!

www.AmherstNightOut.com is the only place you need to go to plan your night (or day)!

Here are just a few of the specials & events taking place this weekend:

Vets and Active Duty Military Served Free Meal at Cheektowaga Applebee’s

Vets and Active Duty Military Served Free Meal at Cheektowaga Applebee’s

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar restaurants across the U.S., including the location on 1785 Walden Avenue in Cheektowaga are giving a heartfelt “thanks” to veterans and those on active duty on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11.

On Veterans Day only, veterans and those on active duty with proof of United States military service can choose one free entrée from Applebee’s Veterans Day Menu:

Around Town this Weekend

Around Town this Weekend

For a full list of Specials & Events check out the calendar on: www.AmherstNightOut.com

Kids get “treated” at Cheektowaga Applebee’s

Kids get “treated” at Cheektowaga Applebee’s

Before the trick-or-treating begins, the Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar restaurant on 1785 Walden Avenue, in Cheektowaga invites kids 10 and under to put on their costumes and enjoy a free meal on Halloween, Monday, October 31.

On Halloween only, children can choose one free entrée from the following options on the Kids Menu:

Around Town this Weekend ... So Much To Do!

Around Town this Weekend ... So Much To Do!

So much going on around town this weekend, check out the calendar on: www.AmherstNightOut.com for a full list of specials & events in Amherst, Lancaster, Depew, Lockport, Clarence, Cheektowaga, Kenmore & the Tonwandas!

Highlights:

Fall Festival Weekend

October 22, 2011 - October 23, 2011
At 10:00am - 7:00pm

Chicken Wings with a Twist Being Served at The Landing

Chicken Wings with a Twist Being Served at The Landing

A few weeks ago James, one of the owners of The Landing, invited Alli and myself to his restaurant to try out their new Chicken Wing menu.  Full disclosure, I’ve known James and his family for a while now and I’ve always been a fan of their food.  Normally, it’s their Greek/Lebanese cuisine that I’m in love with.  I knew the Landing was more traditional bar food and I was wondering what “different styles” of chicken wings really meant.  So on a Monday night we took a drive down the 33 to the Landing, which is connected to the Days Inn across from the Airport.