For many jazz lovers, we welcomed the weekends where we found jazz playing Fridays through Sundays at the Terrace at Delaware Park. The iconic location of the restaurant, in the Marcy Casino Building, on the banks of Hoyt Lake at Delaware Park offered people a chance to take in the beautiful views of the lake and the surrounding museums. And, there were many magical moments for those who ate from the delicious brunch or dinner menu out on the outdoor patio.
We hope, one day soon, we can once again visit and enjoy all that the Terrace at Delaware Park has to offer and the iconic views. Including hearing the joyful music of jazz.
During the pandemic crisis, Jay Davidson pivoted to creating a take out service, like several restaurants are doing. What Davidson decided is unique. To offer a full menu of specialty soups to go. Check out this video to see and learn more.
Now, Jay Davidson wants to make it just a bit easier for the local musicians who performed weekly, as well as, for all local musicians in need. First, let’s hear from Jay:
The Terrace at Deleware Park is offering two free quarts of its specialty made-from-scratch delicious soups to local musicians. Musicians can make requests for their soup by using Facebook messaging from the restaurant’s Facebook page (here: https://www.facebook.com/theterracebuffalo/)
Patrons can support the effort by adding a quart of soup to their orders to put aside for local musicians. For more information, you can visit their website at (http://terracebuffalo.com/). Additionally, you can call 716-886-0089.
Many thanks to Jay Davidson and the Terrace at Delaware Park for their support of jazz, the community, and local musicians.