If you've been anxious to dig into a big old plate of spaghetti parm, Chef's is hoping to scratch that itch for you as they re-open their downtown restaurant.

There is just nothing like a plate of spaghetti parm from Chef's and if you've been missing it for the last couple of months, there's good news.  They've announced on their Facebook page that they're going to open the downtown location back up starting tomorrow (10/8) and through the weekend.

They will be open this weekend Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 3-8 pm at their location at 291 Seneca Street.

While reservations aren't required, they are highly suggested.  As you can imagine lots of people have been without this local staple for months.  It's probably going to get pretty busy.

Of course, they will be set up to observe all the federal and state required protocols and will require that you wear a mask when you are not seated at your table.  The staff will be following all cleaning, masking, and sanitation procedures as well to ensure your safety.

If you are still uncomfortable with dining in at the restaurant, they do still have drive-through and pickup options available.  To place your order, call 716-856-9187.


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