Enjoy a safe and socially-distant lunch in Seneca One’s Food Hall while local jazz musicians perform live!
BUFFALO, NY , February 1 – Seneca One has teamed up with local musician, Vin Derosa of Vitamin D, to offer a live jazz lunch series in the SO Food Hall for all to enjoy. The series will boast a safe and socially distant environment with an eclectic selection of food offerings and some of the best live jazz in the city of Buffalo.
Live Jazz Lunch Series Schedule
Wednesday, February 3rd from 11:30 AM – 2 PM
Wednesday, February 17th from 11:30 AM – 2 PM
Wednesday, March 3rd from 11:30 AM – 2 PM
The SO Food Hall is open daily, Monday – Friday, from 8 AM – 2 PM and offers a large selection of lunch and breakfast options from the SO grill, build-a-bowl station, wood-fired pizza oven, soups, and daily Chef specials. The Blend, offering shakes and Blend Bars, will also be participating in this event series! The Food Hall is open to the public and the team at Seneca One is eager to make the space a downtown lunch destination. There will also be grab and go snacks, salads, and much more available for those on the move!
For those interested in attending the live jazz series, the event is free and reservations are not required. There will be ample seating throughout the Food Hall as well as the rest of the lobby for everyone to enjoy. You can access the SO Food Hall by entering the building at Main and Seneca St. Where the NFTA Rail goes underneath Seneca One, there are escalators up to the lobby on both sides of Main St.
* All current Covid-19 restrictions will be enforced and taken very seriously during the Live Jazz Lunch Series. Please plan to socially distance, wear a mask, and seat no more than ten people per table.
“We’re very excited to welcome the public into Seneca One and the SO Food Hall to enjoy lunch, live jazz, and sweeping views of downtown Buffalo right from their seats at lunch” said Sean Heidinger, Director of Business Development at Douglas Development Corporation, “this is just the first of many creative efforts to establish Seneca One as a downtown lunch destination in WNY.”