Larkin Square Blog

Buffalo Rising takes a look inside the Hydraulic Hearth

By Leslie Zemsky  
November 16, 2014

Newell Nusbaumer, from Buffalo Rising, stopped by recently for a first look inside the Hydraulic Hearth Restaurant and Brewery.  The Restaurant will be open Tuesday – Thursday 4:30pm – 7:30pm and Friday and Saturday, 4:30pm – 11pm .  On Monday, the 17th, they will be open for a special edition of the Larkin Square Author series at 7 pm. See an earlier Blog post on this talk. Click here to take a tour through the Restaurant courtesy of Buffalo Rising!

Larkin Hosts Upcoming Pop-up Exhibtion

By Leslie Zemsky  
November 13, 2014

UPDATE: DUE TO STORM. LOCATION CHANGED TO HI TEMP AT 79 PERRY ST, BUFFALO We’re excited to host the opening of Reverberation: Raw Space Re-invented, a pop-up exhibition put on by Benjaman Art Gallery. This event will be held at 871 Seneca Street, a small house we’re rehabbing, and the perfect, complimentary space for this raw exhibition.

Refreshments provided by Hydraulic HearthNickel City Cheese & MercantileFlying Bison Brewing Company, and Community Beer Works. Join us November 21st and 22nd, 6-9pm! Read More

Food Truck Turkey is almost here!

By Leslie Zemsky  
November 12, 2014


Food Truck Turkey PosterJoin us for the First Annual Food Truck Turkey- an event that takes a wild spin on the traditional Thanksgiving!

The event takes place Wednesday, November 26th, 2014 from 5-8 pm in Larkin Square. Kick off the Thanksgiving weekend with dinner from all your favorite food trucks and live music from “Gravy“….they cover everything! Read More

Brock Clark and Bill Roorbach, Larkin Square Authors, November 17

By Leslie Zemsky  
November 10, 2014

Join us to hear two Maine based authors in a new location and time for this Larkin Square Author Series event.  At 7pm at the Hydraulic Hearth Restaurant and Brewery located at 716 Swan Street, across the street from Larkin Square Brock Clark and Bill Roorbach will be speaking about their new books, both published by Algonquin Books.  Read More