Despite a weird old law, which could result in a fine for flirting in public in Buffalo, it's a great place to live and date.We're steeped in history and beautiful architecture, we've got an overwhelming selection of dining choices, our music scene is rich, and our art scene is even richer.Choose an afternoon excursion, a sunset cruise, or a tasting cruise featuring local wines and cheeses or a selection of local craft beer.
• Stroll the Galleries - At the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, visitors can roam through collections that have been built over the course of 150 years: more than 6,500 works, in total.
Though the museum's collection is heavily weighted toward post-war artists like Pollock, Gorky, Warhol, and Johns, it is also rich in Impressionists and post-Impressionists like Gauguin and Van Gough, and Cubists, Surrealists, and Constructivists like Picasso, Miro, Braque, Matisse, and Rodchenko.
Fred Astaire co-founded a chain of dance studios under his name, to make sure that his dance techniques could be preserved and passed onto the public…
and on March 7th, 1947, the first Fred Astaire Dance Studio opened, at 487 Park Avenue in New York City.
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Is it that time in your life that you are ready to find a single person for a meaningful relationship?• Cook Together, Eat Together - Try a cooking class at the Culinary Arts Center!They offer hands-on classes on making everything from donuts to your steakhouse favorites, and sushi to gourmet duck preparations.Learn to make a rich reduction of port wine and rosemary with tart dried cherries, or a tropical tres leches cake soaked in rum and piled high with bright mango, juicy pineapple, and creamy papaya.• Sail Lake Erie - Aboard the 73-foot schooner, Spirit Of Buffalo, you and your date can enjoy the gentle sound of waves lapping against the bow as you relax and watch the world go by.Nerd/geek whatever, into gaming, reading and writing, baking and cooking, arts and crafts, music, movies and television.