Join us Saturday,

September 30, 2023!

WNY’s favorite event returns to the street and your homes this Fall!
In person tickets & tables are now available!
**Tickets/tables will not be reserved until payment has been received**
Enjoy a catered farm-to-table dinner in the middle of Ellicott Street along with live music and open bar (21+ event). Or bring the party to your street with a convenient take-home option for a pair or group of eight with meal pick up at KGH from 1-3 PM or additional appetizers, wine and delivery for a VIP upgrade.
LOCATION: On Ellicott Street in front of our houses – 766 & 782 Ellicott St., Buffalo, NY 14203.
Ellicott Street will be CLOSED between High and Carlton Streets from Friday 9/29 at 7 a.m. through Sunday 10/1 at 10 a.m.

Purchase Options

Individual In-Person Ticket: $150
Table for 8 In-Person: $1,000
Wine Wall and Mystery Gift Cards: $20

Free parking is available in the Buffalo Medical Group lot. Enter the lot at 85 High Street. Look for signs and parking attendants to direct you.

The Allen-Medical Campus rail station is on the corner of High and Main Streets, just a short walk from our campus! Or consider using Uber or Lyft to safely get to and from Supper in the Street.

Dinner will be served family style in the middle of Ellicott Street. Tables will be assigned and a host will assist you in finding your table. 

This is an outdoor event so please dress for the weather. There is no formal dress code; dress as you would for a party with your friends. Wear your favorite outfit, as our friends at The Pioneer Experience will be providing a 360 photobooth to pose at.

Menu prepared by
First Course
Kale Salad – Kale, Spring Mix, Pomegranate, Apple, Pumpkin Seeds, Roasted Butternut Squash, Concord Grape Vinaigrette
Main Course
Steak Au Poivre (GF) – Peppercorn crusted steak with cognac peppercorn cream sauce
Grilled Chicken with Pineapple Salsa (GF)
Roasted Root Vegetable Medley (GF/V)
Grilled Corn Salad (GF)
Bruschetta Pasta (GF/V)
Dinner Roll
Participate in our *NEW* Dessert Dash to choose a delicious treat from various local bakeries


Red & White wine will be available at every table

Our Supper in the Street co-chair, Amy Martis and her husband/KGH Board Member, Marc always work incredibly hard to make the event memorable and special each year. They own Lake Life Cafe in Bemus Point, and we’re fortunate to have their chefs, Joe & Kyle cater another spectacular meal for attendees at the event this year.

Click below to learn more about Lake Life Café in their well-deserved video feature on America’s Best Restaurants:

Celebrate from the comfort of your own home by participating in a contactless meal pickup at KGH on 9/30/23 from 1:00-3:00 PM 

Take home meal for 2 –  $150 / $250 VIP

Take home meal for 8 – $600 / $1,000 VIP

Take out sales will end on September 27th. 

Detailed instructions will be emailed out for pick up orders the week of the event. Please arrive at your designated pick up time and remain in your car. A volunteer will be out to take your name. Pop your trunk and we will place inside for you. Don’t forget to add in a wine wall or mystery gift card to double your support!

Enters you in to win one of four prizes:

1. Sabres Suite

Enjoy the John W. Danforth Company Corporate Suite with (12) tickets to a Buffalo Sabres home game on a mutually agreed upon date during the 2023-24 season. Suite includes light refreshments.

2. Overnight at Salvatore’s Grand Hotel

Relax on an ultimate date night with the Grand Package to Salvatore’s Grand Hotel – Whirlpool Suite and dinner for Two at Russell’s Steak, Chops & More.

3. Overnight, Dinner, Drinks & Sabres Tickets

Stay overnight at 500 Pearl (Aloft Downtown) in a Loft Style Room, a $100 to w xyz barSpare Lanes or Patrick’s Rooftop, a $100 to Toutant and two tickets to a Buffalo Sabres game for a mutually agreed upon date during the 2023-24 season.

4. Stay & Play and Support Local

Start with an overnight for two at the Hotel at Batavia Downs, $50 dinner credit at Fortune’s Restaurant and $25 in free play, $100 to Greg’s U-Pick Farm, $100 to Colvin Cleaners and a wine gift basket from The Wine & Liquor Villa.

2023 Committee Co-Chairs:

Amy Martis, Dawn Schregel & Mark Brown

2023 Committee Members:

Chrystie Barker, Megan Chapin, Joe Gerace, Sheila Hartwell, Breanne Helms, Amy Nagy, Kim Olsen & Samantha Willhauck.

These donors helped us SELL OUT by providing each of our current guests a VIP dinner experience the evening of Supper in the Street:

Kevin Doherty, FIFCO USA & very special thank you to Berardi Immigration Law

Or you can pay it forward and help the next family that comes to our doors. A $25 donation covers one night’s stay for one person, $50 covers one night in a bone marrow transplant recovery apartment and $100 covers one night for a family of four in our main house.

We’re looking for bottles for our wine wall and mystery gift cards ($20+). 

There are many volunteer opportunities the week and day of the event for individuals or groups!

Contact Breanne Helms to coordinate: or 716.260.3818

Thank you to our 2023 sponsors!



Special thanks to:

Buffalo Lodging Associates, Common Love, daydreamthedj, Empire Merchants North, FIFCO USA, Heather Ly, Indigo Productions, Jamestown Ice, J. Erickson Photography, Lake Life Café, PepsiCo, Photography by Alexandra, Premium Parking, Rentals to Go, Southtown Audio Video and Upstate Niagara Cooperative, Inc.

Thank you for helping us raise $73,000 in 2022 to provide for our guests.

This event wouldn’t be possible without the support from our community. Thank you to all those who attended the event and celebrated at home with take home meals. Special thanks to our committee and all of the volunteers who worked hard to make the event run smoothly. We greatly appreciate our sponsors and the in-kind donors who provided entertainment, memories and delicious tastings for the event.

Thank you to our 2022 sponsors!





Costanzo’s Bakery, JHDodman Company, Maureen’s Buffalo Wholesale Flower Market, The Martis Family, The Guzinyas, Upstate Pharmacy and Windsor Turner Real Estate

Special thanks to: Allpro Parking