Family owned and operated brewery located in the original LaStella Bleach factory. This nanobrewery has a dozen beers on tap that you can try in their tasting room! Tasting room hours: Thursday 4PM-8PM Friday 4PM-8PM Saturday 12PM-8PM Sunday 12PM-5PM
Winkler & Samuels offers a wide selection of wines with a focus on small producers and family run wineries. Customers may also purchase memberships, allowing them to store their wine in a private locker located in Winkler & Samuels temperature and humidity controlled cellar.
Located at Hamburg and Swan Street, AP Lofts at Larkinville is home to the former Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company warehouse that was built in 1910. Today, the building is being developed into modern loft style apartment homes. Projected completion of the lofts is Fall 2018.
Buffalo’s smallest art gallery located inside the Hydraulic Hearth and open when the restaurant is open. The gallery is a repurposed 1950s wooden phone booth. Features 4 shows a year by a variety of local artists and arts organizations. Listen in to audio on the vintage payphone. The gift shop is a a sticker machine with artist designed stickers!
Larkin Square located in the heart of Larkinville, home to free public events including Food Truck Tuesdays, and KeyBank Live at Larkin concert series. Larkin Square also hosts private events including weddings, corporate events, happy hours and more. Amenities include: an outdoor ATM, two pickleball courts, outdoor furniture, gardens, public restrooms open during events and The Filling Station restaurant.
The original 1930s Larkin Company Filling Station #6 has been retrofitted to accommodate a contemporary, casual restaurant. Enjoy lunch Monday – Friday from 11am – 3pm. The Filling Station is also available for private events, happy hours and parties!
Larkin Links is Buffalo’s first and only nano golf course. Open from May through September, the course features over 11 holes designed by area artists. A fully functional tiny golf course, this public art concept is free and open to the public.
A mixed use development over 300,000 square feet of space for Class A offices, loft apartments, cultural space and storage space for tenants. The building features a large multi-story interior atrium area, courtyard, fitness center, and businesses including Animal Outfitters Doggy Daycare, Phoenix Rising Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, Crown Salon, Dobutsu, Winkler & Samuels, Tommyrotter Distillery, The Lunchbox and more.
Larkin Training Room provides customized strength training to help you look, move, and feel better. The intimate training studio uses sandbags, kettlebells, dumbbells, medicine balls, and bodyweight to increase strength and endurance.
Originally built in 1912 as the Larkin Terminal Warehouse building, the Larkin at Exchange building has since undergone a complete renovation and redesign that now offers class-A office space. The Larkin at Exchange Building has many amenities open to the public on the first floor.
These amenities include: Tim Hortons, KeyBank Branch, Larkin Café and Convenience Store, Downtown Graphics (Zenger Printing Company), Larkin District Salon, and SweetHome Childcare.To inquire about available office space, please call 877-4LARKIN.
There is free two-hour visitor parking on Exchange Street.