1 Hospitality Drive
Fort Erie, ON L2A 6G1
Phone: (905) 871-8500
Fax: (905) 871-9388
1 Hospitality Drive, Fort Erie, ON, CA, L2A 6G1
- Phone: (905) 871-8500
- Fax: (905) 871-9388
This is the place to go-for-the-gold, as their advertising slogan proclaims. You can play in US dollars and win in US dollars with a state-of-the-art turbo unit that keeps track of your numbers. Golden Nugget is home of the 'golden ball', with which you get a over 10 chances to double your money. Large sums of money are awarded per session, with 28 sessions per week. Part of the proceeds goes to support local Fort Erie-charities. All prices, games and prizes are subject to change. You must be at least 18 to play. Check the site for timings and sessions.
Nestled near the Harbor, Lasalle Park is home to thousands of water birds like ducks and gulls. It plays host to interesting music concerts, like the much-awaited annual EDGE Fest, during the warmer months. Other on-off events include the Queen City Softball League games and the Caribbean Islands Festival. Smoking is permitted but chairs and cameras aren't allowed.
Located on the historic campus of D'Youvile College in Buffalo's West Side, this professional theater company has been producing award-winning dramas and musicals for over 20 years. The company performs in a restored 1908 Victorian theater and inside this 260-seat space the air is filled with the sound of productions such as Sleuth, and Man of LaMancha and many other popular ones. The season runs from September to June and exact prices can be obtained through the website or by phone.
Designed by father-and-son architects Eliel and Eero Saarinen in the 1930s, this music hall is internationally recognized as having perfect acoustic pitch. The estate of Edward and Mary Kleinhans provided the impetus and the funds necessary to build the home of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places and now also houses the Buffalo Chamber Music Society alongside the QRS Concert Series. Kleinhans also hosts a variety of events, from concerts to commencement ceremonies for local schools, check website for complete calendar.
Although the name of this venue may sound like that of a candy store, it is in fact an entertainment venue in Buffalo, established to promote arts, music and various cultural events. On the other hand, those who favor the idea of originality, and swear by the thought that everyone can be deemed artistic in their own way, don't need to find additional reasons to find Sugar City delightfully sweet. This venue acts as a space for music performances, workshops, exhibitions, and even unconventional art events. Sugar City also acts as a launch pad for emerging talent and budding artists. Call for event timings and additional details.
Located in Buffalo's historic Allentown district, this bar is considered one of the best in the city for live music at prices we can all afford. The bar serves imported and domestic beer on tap, including Bass, Guinness and a couple of local ones like Flying Bison and Community Beer Works. On Mondays, it's open-mic night, on Tuesdays, the hilarious Stripteasers perform their comedy burlesque reminiscent of the 1950s and Saturdays bring 'Celtic Seisians' with Irish trad music. Other live bands from many genres play the rest of the week. Remember that Nietzche's does not accept credit cards, so bring your cash and check website for full calendar of events.
It is a historic clubhouse building in Buffalo, New York. Constructed in the year 1916, it features a Classic Revival style of architecture. The clubhouse has two-and-a-half stories with white exteriors, slanted gable roofs in grey, arches on all sides, and a brown tower on the top. It is a privately-owned clubhouse that offers tennis and squash courts, lessons, programs and various events. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the year 2008.
This stage might have been designed for vaudeville performers when it was built in 1913, but now it is almost strictly for the kids in today's renovated, modern Allendale Theater. The stage was built at the turn-of-the 20th Century in historic Allentown and since then this non-profit troupe has entertained audiences of all ages upon it. The group features professional actors that foment the passion of children for the performing arts and other creative, musical pursuits. Now, in its 475-seat, ultra-plush and ultra-modern home, the theater can carry forth that mandate—with the help of its dedicated volunteers.
Billed as Buffalo's premier alternative theater, the New Phoenix, which first opened its doors in 1996, offers both interpretations of classic productions, as well as new and innovative contemporary productions. Located in an 1885 building in Buffalo's Johnson Park neighborhood, it was once home to Ebenezer Johnson, Buffalo's first mayor. The building had fallen into disrepair and figuratively rose from the ashes—like the legendary phoenix—when it was renovated by the theater company. Richard Lambert is the Executive Director and Robert Waterhouse the Artistic Director. - Christine A. Smyczynski
Founded in 1985 as the Buffalo Entertainment Theater, this company's mission is to produce quality modern classics. Located close to Buffalo's Theater District, the troupe keeps busy by offering up to 70 performances annually of original works, works in translation, and material from local authors. The troupe is also involved in community educational and outreach programs and helps sponsor The Area Playwrights' Performance Series.
ESI Events hosts concerts and live music events at its venues and Showplace Theatre is among its most popular. The club seems to patronize indie and underground bands, so its a hit with fans. With bands like Solient Green, Skeletonwitch and Toxic Holocaust on the scene, you can get ready for some really evil music! Tickets for the shows can be bought online—call in for details like availability and rates.
In Buffalo, there used to be a spot called Mohawk Place that was beloved before it closed down. To locals, the Mohawk was hard to replace, that is until the the Waiting Room filled the 'best dive bar/club' void in Buffalo's live music scene. Located on Delaware Avenue, the Waiting Room hosts a vibrant mix of upcoming as well as established indie bands with names like Anchor Me Down, Cedar Kites and The Polar Bear Club. The venue is rather new (it was created in April 2013), however in its short tenure, it has garnered rave reviews and headlining acts, both of which make it a force to remain in Buffalo's nightlife.