Hello fellow Bloggers! Today marks a special day in that I am starting a new weekly post! 🙂 It is going to be a place where you can find those little obscure places in the suburbs (mainly the Southtowns, cause that’s where we live, eat and play) but I am sure there will be the occasional Northtowns addition as well, so don’t hold that against me. 🙂 Thank you!
Our first Best Of goes out to David’s Grille in Orchard Park! Located on the historic Four Corners in this upscale suburban town, it offers visitors the chance to dine in quiet elegance while enjoying cosmopolitan fare. Derek and I have eaten there many times and it is definitely the place to be and be seen in Orchard Park. Here’s what they say on their site…
Named for one of the founding fathers of Orchard Park, Quaker David Eddy,
David’s Grille is located in the heart of the village at Orchard Park’s four corners.
Developers, owners and Orchard Park residents, Peter Krog and David Hart chose the restaurant’s site with a purpose – to return the tradition of dining and imbibing back to the historic four corners. A tradition that was interrupted with the demolition of the Shore’s Orchard Downs in 2001.
So, if you are in the mood for a more dressy dinner that will take your breath away, don’t wait! Make the trip into Orchard Park and head for David’s for a very special meal! There is parking on the street right outside the door and public parking up the street a bit. And if you are wine lovers like Derek and I have become, you will absolutely LOVE the Pepperwood Grove Pinot Noir they offer as well! A bottle with dinner truly makes the meal complete!!