The Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society is playing host to at least two food trucks for a series of Thursday lunches under the classic building's portico.
“This is a great way for people who may not have been to the museum in a while to come and enjoy the building, which is actually our largest artifact,” executive director Melissa Brown said in a release. “It’s a beautiful time of year; the views of the building and from the Portico are gorgeous. And we’re happy to join with the community-minded entrepreneurs who are bringing delicious local food to people!”
“Picnic on the Portico” is set to start this Thursday, Aug. 4, with The Roaming Buffalo, specializing in Buffalo food favorites, and Rolling Joe’s Café, a coffee and sweet-focused vendor. During the event, from about 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., tables and chairs will be set up on the portico at 25 Nottingham Court.
"Visitors are also welcome to bring folding chairs, blankets etc. and picnic or on the grass around the portico," the society release said. "There is plenty of free parking (tailgate!); bicycling, and walking from the Buffalo State campus and the Lincoln Parkway neighborhood are certainly encouraged."
For more information, see www.buffalohistory.org.
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