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The East Side is a large district of Buffalo, New York, and the city's physically largest neighborhood. It is bordered by Main Street to the north and west, I-190 and the Kaisertown neighborhood to the south, and the town of Cheektowaga to the east. Large, ornate 19th-century churches, most of them Roman Catholic, and modest 1 1⁄2-story wood-frame cottages, often with progressively smaller rear additions that give a telescoping effect, characterize the district. The East Side was once the second largest Polish-American community in the United States. Wikipedia
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Food Tour of Beacon in the Hudson Valley
The Hudson Valley is exploding with craft beverages and culinary bites with its proximity to the Culinary Institute of America and local farms. It's the perfect combination giving locals and out of towners fresh, innovative bites and beverages by local artisans and chefs. Spend a few hours with us exploring the East Side of Main Street on a Beacon Bites & Beverage walking tour.