Hi! So, I have been here in Buffalo now for roughly a month, and I am enjoying every moment of it. From exploring Elmwood Avenue, and finding local craft breweries, to interning at Red Door Real Estate. Elmwood Avenue is just full of new adventures and multiple places of exploration.
With fall officially starting on September 22 I am creating my top fall bucket list of three items to do this season.
- Go to Pumpkin Picking
- Explore local Breweries and distilleries
- Go to a Fall Festival
When I picture pumpkin picking, I imagine being able to stroll through the fields- seeing apples, hay rides, farm animals, and eating pumpkin spice donuts. Reading about all the options and places to go, I still cannot decide which farm might be the best farm to go to. But I am just excited to check off pumpkin flavored food/ pumpkin carving off my bucket list this fall.
Buffalo is known for its microbrewers and craft beer selection. My goal for the fall, is to at least hit up two to three of these places on the list. So far, I have tried Thin Man on Elmwood, when I went it was a mid-day Saturday. The place was not super packed, and the crowd was not my cup of tea. But I hope to try a few more I can find the ideal spot. Beyond the breweries I do want to try some of the local distilleries. Local creations are more unique and it supports the local industries. Definitely will be taking a stop at a few of these.
I know that most of the Oktober festivals have already passed. But that does not mean that there are no other fall festivals. Locktoberfest sounds like it could be a cool fun adventure. Or even, the BBQ festival the weekend of September 21. There are so many options and Step Out Buffalo has complied a cool list of the festivals into one location.
Check back in at the end of the fall season for the updated list on what I completed, and what I never got around to doing.
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