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    If you go to Buffalo. . .

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    Where to stay

    Hotel @ the Lafayette

    391 Washington St., Buffalo

    716-853-1505

    www.thehotellafayette.com

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    Large images of the Pan-American Exposition are displayed on the walls of the 57-room hotel, from $149.

    The Mansion on Delaware Avenue

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    414 Delaware Ave.

    716-886-3300

    www.mansionondelaware.com

    Spacious rooms have tall ceilings, and lodging comes with an elaborate continental breakfast and nightly cocktail hour, from $195.

    Where to eat

    Mike A’s Steakhouse

    Hotel @ the Lafayette

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    716-253-6453

    www.mikealafayette.com

    Owner of two of the city’s most popular restaurants, Seabar and Cantina Loco, chef Mike Andrzejewski now has a fine dining spot to match his talent. Entrees from $30.

    Bistro Europa

    484 Elmwood Ave.

    716-884-1100

    www.europabuffalo.com

    Make a reservation at this petit-sized eatery to try the pierogi of the day and golabki. Dinner entrees $10-$26.

    What to do

    Open-Air Autobus Architectural Tours

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    Meet at the Corner of Elmwood Avenue and Bidwell Parkway

    716-854-3749

    www.openairbuffalo.org

    Tim Tielman is passionate about local preservation and architecture, a great combination for his two-hour bus tours that bring you to the Guaranty Building, Richardson Olmsted Complex, and Eliel and Eero Saarinen’s Kleinhans Music Hall, among numerous other architectural wonders, $20.

    Darwin Martin House

    125 Jewett Parkway

    716-856-3858

    www.darwinmartinhouse.org

    One- and two-hour tours are offered every day except Tuesday, $10-$30.