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Larkin Square, Buffalo

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Visit us in Larkin Square, one of the most unique spaces in Western New York! Located at 745 Seneca Street in Buffalo, New York. The Filling Station restaurant is open year round on weekdays for lunch and special events. Numerous fun events take place in Larkin Square year round including Live at Larkin, Food Truck Tuesdays and the Larkin Square Author Series. Much appreciation to First Niagara for presenting these events and Independent Health for sponsoring them.
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  • This is a wonderful little square. Food truck rodeo nights are the best. I have also been there for events. Some are better than others, but its also a lot of fun. 
    This is a wonderful little square. Food truck rodeo nights are the best. I have also been there for events. Some are better than others, but its also a lot of fun.  more »
  • Food truck Tuesdays quickly became a regular event over the summer. Larkin Square is the best venue with its seating, bandstand, and space for the food trucks. We appreciated the seating around the....  more
    Food truck Tuesdays quickly became a regular event over the summer. Larkin Square is the best venue with its seating, bandstand, and space for the food trucks. We appreciated the seating around the....  more »
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  • Family fun day! Event. Was neat spent about an hour . Music stuff for kids food trucks. 10 -2
  • Pros: excellent, family friendly environment with something for everyone. Cons: early arrivals that sit alone at each table and nurse their drink (soda) for a few hours while food purchasers are stuck standing and trying to eat without wearing their food. Either more tables or courteous people that are willing to share the table instead of waiting for the friend that never shows. I can't believe I've got to suggest etiquette towards others when it's obvious that people give the stink-eye when they're shushed off by a person needing a stable surface to put their food down.

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