Charlie the Butcher's Restaurant
No one slices like Charlie the Butcher. Charlie the Butcher's is an essential stop for anyone who wants to sample the Nickel City's unique sandwich, 'beef on weck.' Don and the crew came here to try this signature sandwich.
Edward M Cotter Fireboat
Don takes a ride on the oldest active fireboat in the world. Built and commissioned during an era when Buffalo's waterfront and port were booming, the Cotter has been an invaluable asset of fire protection.
The Electric Tower is the seventh tallest building in Buffalo. Don climbs to the top of the tower for a scenic view of the city.
The Niagara Falls are the most powerful waterfalls in North America and one of the world's natural wonders. Don and the crew get to tour the falls and get an up close look.
Bocce Club Pizza
Bocce Club is a well-known pizzeria in Buffalo. Don and the crew came here to experience not only the pizza, but Buffalo's signature buffalo wings and wing sauce.
Buffalo Naval and Military Park
Home to several decommissioned US Naval vessels, including the Cleveland-class cruiser USS Little Rock, the Fletcher-class destroyer USS The Sullivans, and the submarine USS Croaker. Don and the crew tour these iconic naval vessels.
Located amidst the city's hulking grain elevators, stepping into the Swannie is like stepping back into history. Don and the crew come here for a lunch break between touring the iconic grain elevators in Silo City.