The New Sheep She’s NEW Bo Peep Deli, the nuances of Eastern-European style


The owners of “The Sheep Sheep” decided to make some changes to their restaurant to accommodate more people during the pandemic. “We want to get back to normal,” Steve Gedra told me. “But in the meantime, we thought a good solution was to lower the price point and rely on volume and mass appeal.”

To that end, the couple’s team continues to do what they can – Steve is pulling meat “under the hood” in the kitchen while Ellen cooks the storm. What is their attitude to the service of their zero menu is different. “We’re trying to do some things that people aren’t doing right now,” Steve said. “Customers can buy everything wholesale. We have set up an overseas service in front of the restaurant and an in-house service in the back so people can face each other less. There is a showcase where you enter, take out or customers can dine in a cafe style. The big thing is that people can order dozens of bags or a kilo of brisket or smoked tongue – if you love the tongue, you indeed to it … this spots of nature. ”

Usually, everything is built inside the house because Steve and Ellen you want to do it right. Ellen offers her breads, cookies, and coffee cake, while Steve whips the white fish, salmon, lobster, and burdock di chianti (whipped pork fat). There are even a few vegetarian dishes, such as barbecue, or BD Griddle (pancake sandwiches without meat). And for those who order pre-ordered meals, there are one-time cocktails to go.

Steve and Ellen just thought about everything to adapt to a very special period in the history of restaurant cuisine. But if there’s one restaurant that’s built to go around and satisfy the masses – and their eclectic taste – it’s Black Sheep.

Examples of food items include: Antipasto salad, sandwich dish, cheese and leather, melted coral, beef in veck, empty sliders (white castle style), fried cheese and tomato soup, homemade sachets with schmears (spreads) , potatoes, chocolate mousse, Oreo cheese cheese, matsa wine soup, cheese, potatoes, cracker monsoon, pie…

Black sheep (With Peep Deli) | 367 Connecticut Street | Buffalo, NY 14213 | (716) 884-1100 | See the menu – place an order | Eat, take out (roadside transport) or home delivery (via Black Sheep) | Pandemic days and hours: Thursday – Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.


Newell Nussbaumer is the ‘queenseyes’ – Queen City Eyes and the founder of Buffalo Rising. Co-founder of the Elmwood Avenue Arts Festival. Co-founder of the Powder Keg Festival, which created the world’s largest ice cream beetle (Guinness Book of Records). The temptation is behind the emerald beach in the Erie Basin Marina. Flurrious together! winter festival. Co-creator of Rusty Chain Beer. The provocateur is behind Saturday’s Artisan Market (SAM) at Canalside, Buffalo Porchfest and Paint vs. Paint. Founder of the retro and vintage market The Peddler in Elmwood. The provocateur behind Liberty Hound @ Canalside. Throws the magic ball to Statler City, Hertel Street Arts Festival and Flutterby Avenue.

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