There is no question that women are well represented in every area of Buffalo’s food and beverage industry. Take a look...




 

Though we’d like to see more women executive chefs in our restaurants, there is no question that women are well represented in every area of Buffalo’s food and beverage industry. Many of them have been trailblazers,  founding some of the regions most well-loved eateries, bakeries, and bars—and there’s more on the way! Meet some of the hardest-working women in WNY and find out why they love what they do.

 

Here's a sample of what's featured in this month's Spree:

 

 

 

 

 

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