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Restaurants & Entertainment

The University Heights neighborhood is home to several restaurants. These establishments, located along and off Main Street, provide both quality and affordable dining experiences.

Local Restaurants:
- Amy’s Place, located at 3234 Main Street
- Jim’s Steakout, located at 3094 Main Street
- Lake Effect Diner, located at 3165 Main Street
- May Jen Chinese Restaurant, located at 47 Kenmore Avenue
- Shango Bistro and Wine Bar, located at 3260 Main Street
- The Steer Restaurant and Saloon, located at 3151 Main Street
- Zetti’s Pizza and Pasta, located at 3500 Main Street
- Kung Food, located at 3268 Main Street

In addition to these dining venues, the University Heights is also home to other entertainments venues. Whether it is to see a movie, or for more strenuous physical activities, the University Heights neighborhood can accommodate your desires.

Local Entertainment:
- University at Buffalo’s Anderson Art Gallery, located at 1 Martha Jackson Place
- The Amherst Dipson Theater, located on Main Street near Bailey Avenue
- McCarthy Park, off LaSalle Avenue
- Linear Park, located along old railroad right-of-way
- Shoshone Park, near Hertel Avenue and Main Street