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Tour Forgotten Buffalo for an unforgettable experience

Put on your finest green and join Forgotten Buffalo for their “Luck of the Irish” tour.

BY: Catherine Miller | February 13, 2013

SOUTH BUFFALO - If you are searching for a new way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, travel back in time throughout the Old First Ward and South Buffalo as the Forgotten Buffalo Tours takes you and your soon to be 44 closest friends in and out of the taverns, triumphs and troubles that made the South Buffalo Irish who they are today.

The veins of Irish blood run deeper in the area than you might imagine, and Forgotten Buffalo Tours will show you just where to find the history behind the shamrock.

Join the Forgotten Buffalo Tours for their “Luck of the Irish” bus ventures on Saturday, March 2 and Friday, March 15 as you weave though the Irish history of yesteryear with the Forgotten Buffalo historians.

You don’t need to be Irish to eat, drink and laugh your way through history on this tour.

You will learn about the rich Irish heritage of the area, and discover some little known Irish pubs and clubs.

You will hear how the brave Irish immigrants shaped the area in which we live.

With the purchase of your $50 ticket for the night’s event you receive dinner, transportation for 4-5 hours and entertainment and prizes throughout the evening.

“It’s not about being Irish,” states Eddy Dobosiewicz, one of the personality tour guides, “It’s about discovering something that you never knew existed before in your city.

It’s great to watch people rediscover the legacies and traditions behind our region.

You don’t need to be any particular heritage to appreciate the diversity and the ethnicity that we have to offer in Buffalo.”

Forgotten Buffalo Tours are this region’s authority on rare landmarks, classic taverns and pubs, and old world neighborhoods of the Buffalo area. Their “Luck of the Irish” tours are exclusive to the St. Patty’s Day season, bringing you stories, food and drink reminiscent of days gone by and are sure to bring out the Irish urban explorer in all of us.

Tour guides for the events are television personality Eddy Dobosiewicz and local historian and architect enthusiast, Marty Biniasz. Bring your camera and friends and enjoy an exclusive memorable event.

The “Luck of the Irish” tour is a Forgotten Buffalo’s Tours “favorite” with local residents.

To make reservations contact Forgotten Buffalo Tours at 833-5211.

If you can’t make the two scheduled dates, contact Forgotten Buffalo Tours to inquire about private tour details. Gift certificates are also available and private excursions are a great family event or corporate outing.

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