If you are a vegetarian this place is fine. It even advertises that it is vegetarian friendly. There is plenty of stuff to eat. However, you can eat at Applebee's and do just fine. As a vegan one would think this place is good. If you are a vegan and don't want a plethora of cheeses sprinkled over your food, this place is not for you. Most of the vegetarian menu options contain dairy and eggs. You can order dishes like the black beans and rice without these things but, without the cheese they come out pretty bland. The one true dairy free entree on the menu is the penne with cashew cream alfredo for 16.50. This is pretty small and honestly not that good (at lest not worth 16.50). This place is also really expensive for Buffalo. It can be really crowded for Saturday and Sunday brunch. Expect to wait over an hour. Wait times for lunch and dinner on weekdays are not that bad. All the wait staff dress up with bow ties. The ambiance is pretty hip with exposed brick inside and industrial pipe heating above. It is in a up and coming neighborhood and it has this sort of cool bike riding hipster who is "mostly" vegan but still eats bacon on Friday who makes nine dollars an hour at a coffee shop but is willing to pay 13 dollars for some beans vibe. If you are into a sort of classy place that serves a lot of cheese this place is for you. If not go somewhere else.
Cons: Expensive, Long waits for Brunch, Not vegan friendly