ROConnoisseur’s Roadtrip to Host 3 Buffalo Events This Summer To Coincide With The Show


The producers of ROConnoisseur’s Roadtrip are sharing destinations for great food and drink across Upstate NY in season 2 airing this summer. Season 1 launched with 10 episodes in Rochester and the Finger Lakes in summer 2017. To coincide with the the launch of season 2, they’re bringing viewers off-line and in person with several unique events in Buffalo NY where 6 episodes will be filmed. Events are expected to sell out quickly.




On Friday July 12, the Welcome Summer Rooftop Party will kick-off what is sure to be a delicious weekend in Buffalo, NY. The party will be hosted at the Curtiss Hotel. Black Button Distilling who has a location in both Rochester and Buffalo, along with local breweries will be part of the night’s beverage options with tastings, drink specials and popsicle cocktails. Party offerings also include iconic Buffalo foods and live music. 


On Sat. Aug. 10, is the first Buffalo City Walk. Sold out crowds of Rochester City Walks have been hosted monthly for over a year. City Walk will be taking 90 guests to three locations in the beautiful Elmwood Ave. neighborhood for a walking day time happy hour. Elmwood Ave. was named by the American Planning Association as one of the country’s 10 best neighborhoods. The street is filled with open-air cafes, artisanal vendors and some of the City’s favorite bars and restaurants.


On Wed. Aug. 21, the second Buffalo City Walk will take 90 guests to three locations in the downtown Buffalo area. Expected attendance is 75-90 guests. Tickets are only $12 and include food samples at each location and drink specials for a one-of-a-kind walking party.


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Welcome Summer Party

Aug. 10 Buffalo City Walk

Aug. 21 Buffalo City Walk




Amy Riposo and Casey Bowker producers of ROConnoisseur

Producers Amy Riposo and Casey Bowker


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  1. Why is this email being sent now when the events described are long over! More timely notice might have provided an opportunity for people who read and are interested this material to participate.