I’ve been to a wedding there, and I believe their sole caterer is Olivers, the food was fantastic!
In that case staying near downtown/Elmwood Village area will be best for you. 🙂
If you enjoy breweries there is Flying Bison Brewery. Often on weekends they have flight school where you can tour the brewery and make a brew and taste the previous flight school’s brew. My husband and I have been meaning to tour the brewery but yet to get around to it! 🙂
Pearl St Brewery downtown also has brews their own beer and is also a restaurant.
Ellicottville imo will make a great day trip, not sure if you would want to drive that distance after a wedding. There’s Ellicotville Brewing Company which has their own brewery and restaurant. Great food too! And it’s a quaint little town.
Buffalo has no shortage of microbreweries! Go into any Consumer Beverages and there are TONS of local microbreweries available there.
Delaware Park is downtown and beautiful on a fall day to walk through. 🙂
I don’t know of specific antique stores but Allentown area has a bunch of antique stores.
Left Bank always is a good meal (dressy casual) and very reasonable.
Kuni’s on Elmwood has really great sushi.
If you are into Puerto Rican food, Niagara Cafe on Niagara St has some of the best PR food around in any city imo. Def get their tostones, their sauce is to die for and not found anywhere else. Trust me, we’ve all looked! 😉
To try a little “Buffalo” get some sponge candyy from Parkside candy on main st, some of the best imo!
If you’re near a Teds Hot Dog run in and grab a hot dog. They serve Sahlen’s and that’s only available in WNY!
Wings (how can you not?) from La Nova Pizzeria.
Betty’s, Shango, Trattoria Aroma are all great brunch places.
You will be surprised by the wide range and great food Buffalo has to offer, I’ll take a look at those blogs I linked to. A great resource for food research since I don’t know your taste buds. If you have any specific cuisines for lunch or dinner let me know and I can make a reco! 🙂
Friday nights are free admission to the Albright Knox Art Gallery ( right next to Buffalo Historical Society.
Martin House tour is a must if you’re a architecture Buff. Graycliff Estate is a 30 minute drive from downtown.
P.S. http://www.mansionondelaware.com/ is another upscale B&B but a bit pricey.
Have I overwhelmed you yet?? 😀
Feel free to PM me with any specific questions. 🙂