Pizza Plant has always been a great place. Food is good, it’s one of the few places in Buffalo where you can get cask beer regularly & there are always interesting things on tap. Probably the most family friendly beer-related place in the Buffalo area.
As good as Walker location, though I often find the wait staff are not as knowledgeable about beer as at Walker. I was served a lager when I ordered a Rogue ale, and had to explain to the server then the bartender the difference between a lager and an ale, especially a Rogue! But the beer selection is as good as Walker, the food is too. And there’s more space here, it seems. the bar has more events, and music on the weekends. Pods are great, curried nachos are surprisingly awesome, and as a vegetarian I especially like the incredible range of veggie options. Makes me feel like I’m not a second class citizen, unlike many pubs in the US of A.
Visited on a quiet midday Sunday last May, we sat down in a booth and nursed a couple new ratings while eating yummy pods/panzerottis. Tasty food, friendly service, fair selection of brews all combined for a pleasant experience. Would be a good local pub, depending on how often they rotate their selection, but solid regardless.
Stopped in for lunch on a Sunday, it was pretty quite. Service was friendly enough, but not entirely sure who made some of the beers - they offered a peak at their cheat sheet instead. (It was on the board I eventually figured out). Food was decent, I think I will lean towards making my own pod on future visits as I wasn’t thrilled with mine, Mabels was better. Atmosphere is similar to Main St. with an Italian pizza place with a splash of sports bar vibe. Decent tap selections, nothing super rare but a serviceable selection of US micro brews. Less convenient than the Main St. location I think. Beer was served too icy cold, which I seem to recall was a problem at Main St, and many US locations actually.
NF1 (1) Niagara Falls, New York | February 26, 2008
I have been to Pizza Plant about 6 or so times and i now have a new baby and went to change him and there was no changing area at the transit road location, I called a few days later to voice my opinion to Chuck the store manager, He said they have 2 bathrooms, and the changing area is in the womans bathroom by the bar??????
We were stuck in the back corner of the store by the patio and assumed that the 2 bathrooms down the hall were the only bathrooms, I asked Kindly to post a sign so that future dads/ moms will know to go around the corner to the bar bathroom. the Food has honestly degraded from where it used to be a few years ago. seemed like the sub roll was not so fresh, and was wheat bread, not even an option for white????? I was not even asked, and I thought that the turkey sub came with White bread? The highlight of the visit was the pickle that I gave my 9 month old son to suck on, he would not let go of that pickle for nothing.
Went for lunch, same menue as the Main St. location. Not nearly the beer selection the Main st has , food is a little better too, and service was some what slow. Still, I will go there and recomed it to others But will go to the Main ST. location if given the choice
went there to watch a sabres game with my sister. i was surprised by the somewhat narrow selection, but they were all beers that i’d enjoy drinking. even my sister, who once asked for a beer geek’s alternative to coors light, found a decent beer she enjoyed. the service was good enough, but the bartender enjoyed talking about her favorite beers, which i always enjoy. the food exceptional, especialy if, like me, you like pizza. i had to give a high overall rating because they sold me a bottle of new glarus belgian red, which isn’t distributed in the buffalo area, nor can i get it in pittsburgh or ohio. score!
Transit location has more taps than Main Street, more better beer, a much bigger bar area and Mike as the manager who knows his beer. The girls have learnbed to pour a pint. Strong beers are limited in serving size to 8 oz. The taps have short lines and there is little gas in the mixture, so there is no overcarbonation of beer. Less bottles than Main Street Small handwritten notes, but here they are on the board. But the next aft, the beer you came for is gone. The good news is something else is available that’s still very good. One hand pump. A bit less Tacky decorating on every square inch of everything, wall or coming from bar, with scrawled notes. Sports big TV rather than overloud music.