BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The evolution of Chippewa in downtown Buffalo is taking another big step forward.
News 4 went to a sneak preview party Friday night at The Lodge. It may be hard to believe this was once home to party bars McMonkeez and Bayou. The space has undergone a $1.2 million overhaul over the past 10 months. Everything is new, from the bar and fireplace to the frosted windows and the 'arctic lounge' bathed in blue lights.
Operating owner Peter Altholz said, "We're really excited to make one large leap in a positive direction for downtown Buffalo. There's a lot of development down here and we're happy to be a part of it. And we hope that people come down, check us out. We have a great menu. Great options for nightlife."
The Lodge will officially open its doors next month.
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