Local Spotlights

  • Depew: A Proud History of Hardworking Immigrants

    Anyone who has ever been to western New York state can tell you that the area is quite proud of its history. Known for welcoming German, Polish, Italian, Irish, and other immigrants, this area of western New York state has families who are deeply rooted in the region. These immigrants and their families quickly gained a reputation of being hard workers willing to build businesses right in the comm ... Read More

  • Thai House Depew

    There are several high-quality local food destinations in the village. One well-known restaurant in the village is called "Thai House." As its name suggests, it serves food from the southeastern Asian nation of Thailand. Thai House is located on Transit Road. It's near a Chinese dining establishment in the village called "Great Wok." It's also close to the gift shop Edible Arrangements, the advert ... Read More

  • Things to Do in Depew

    Depew, NY, is a small town in Erie County near Niagara Falls. The town was named after the president of the New York Central Railroad, Chauncey Mitchell Depew. The town lies between Lancaster, NY, and Buffalo, NY. It was originally named Cheektowaga, a name given to the area by the Native American tribes who lived here.The town was founded in 1808 by Apollo Hitchcock. Not surprisingly, the town’ ... Read More

  • Depew Food & Drink Scene

    Depew, New York is home to a growing food scene. With a rising number of various types of restaurants hailing from a wide variety of cultures, the city has something to eat for everyone. One of the most popular restaurants that have become a staple for both travelers and residents is Kentucky Greg's Hickory Pit. Hailed as the best BBQ restaurant in New York, Kentucky Greg's has built up quite a re ... Read More

  • Depew Annual Events

    Despite being a small village, Depew, New York, offers many annual events for its residents and guests to enjoy. Things begin in February with the Annual Policeman's Ball Fundraiser. This event features live music, dancing, entertainment, food, drinks and the chance to win a few prizes. Children from the village are invited to celebrate at the annual Easter Egg Hunt known as the HippityHop Egg-Str ... Read More

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  • Where the heck is Depew? That’s what you’re thinking - if you’ve never been to this charming town in upstate New York. But if you have visited, you know there’s plenty of entertainment. The ou...Read More
  • Depew, NY, is a small town in Erie County near Niagara Falls. The town was named after the president of the New York Central Railroad, Chauncey Mitchell Depew. The town lies between Lancaster, NY, and...Read More
  • Depew, New York is a historic village of 15,303 people located in Erie County. The village is considered to be part of the greater Buffalo metropolitan area. Depew is unique in that it straddles two d...Read More
  • There are several high-quality local food destinations in the village. One well-known restaurant in the village is called "Thai House." As its name suggests, it serves food from the southeastern Asian...Read More
  • Anyone who has ever been to western New York state can tell you that the area is quite proud of its history. Known for welcoming German, Polish, Italian, Irish, and other immigrants, this area of west...Read More
  • Depew, New York is home to a growing food scene. With a rising number of various types of restaurants hailing from a wide variety of cultures, the city has something to eat for everyone. One of the mo...Read More
  • When you think New York, perhaps you think of skyscrapers, Broadway shows, and taxi cabs. But there is so much more to this beautiful state than the concrete jungle that so many have come to love. The...Read More
  • Despite being a small village, Depew, New York, offers many annual events for its residents and guests to enjoy. Things begin in February with the Annual Policeman's Ball Fundraiser. This event featur...Read More
  • The village of Depew, NY, is located about 10 miles east of Buffalo, NY. It was incorporated in 1894 and named after Chauncey Depew, president of a railroad company that headquartered in the village. ...Read More

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