Stopped for lunch with my son. Roast beef always a great sandwich and roast pork was perfection. Great stop any lunch or dinner.
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If you like a beef sandwich, this is the place to go. It is right by the airport. We got our rental car and headed straight there and were not disappointed!!!! Highly recommend.
So glad you enjoyed your time with us. Please stop back the next time you are in town.
Just beat the lunch rush showing up at 11:30. Charlie himself was at the helm and everything was outstanding. Beef on Weck for me, burgers for the boys and a chicken for my wife. Absolutely the best milkshakes I've ever had, wish we lived closer!
Always a pleasure to read such a fine review. Thank you so much for visiting our restaurant and taking the time to post about your experience. I, too, wish you lived closer!!
If you visit Buffalo forget the iconic chicken wings, head straight for Charlie the Butcher for some beef on weck. What is weck? - a very tasty, salty roll that is the perfect partner for melt in your mouth roast beef. Close to the airport...More
By far the best Beef on Weck I've had. The meat is amazingly tender and lean. It was perfect with just a touch of horseradish. The side of coleslaw was fantastic as well. I can't wait to try something else on the menu during my...More
Thank you for the great review. I can't wait to share it with my staff.
I hadn't been to Charlie's in a few years and forgot how good they were. Beef was freshly carved upon ordering and placed on a very fresh, authentic weck roll. Sandwich was still ready very quick, faster than many "fast food" places. The soup of...More
Thanks for the great review. We hope you visit again soon.
Charlie the Butcher was there the night we went! I almost asked for his autograph! The beef on weck is the BEST there is! The beef is cut from the roast in front of you for each sandwich. I eat mine on a "plain" roll...More
Feel free to ask for Charlie's autograph if you see him. It may be smeared with carrot juice for some soup he might be creating, but you can ask.