Shopping and Dining in Ellicottville, NY

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If you plan on traveling around Western New York, then you don’t want to miss Ellicottville, NY.  This a favorite destination for many visitors who love shopping for unique products.

Alexandra should be your first stop to see an eclectic collection of pottery, books, cards, jewelry and toys. You will find an array of scented candles, incense and aromatic bath and beauty treatments.

They have a new location at 10 Washington Street, so make sure you stop in and check out their wonderful collection of fine scents today.

One store you just have to visit is Bruce Candles of Ellicottville.  They specialize in exquisitely homemade candles and candle accessories. They have an extensive variety of stunningly handcrafted candles in two huge showrooms.

Bruce Candles of Ellicottville offers many different varieties of candles and can customize to fit your desires. They will also refill those empty jars and containers.  If you want fabulous smelling candles, then this is the place to get the best money can buy.

When you are done shopping stop at Watson’s Chocolates (established in 1946) for their famous sponge candy and fudge.   If you prefer to dine instead of consuming chocolates, then you may like Dina’s for a relaxing atmosphere of  the finest pizzas and wines.


Ellicottville is the Four Season Resort for tourists year round.

Located 1 hour south of Buffalo; 3 1/2 hours from Pittsburgh, PA; 3 hours from Cleveland, Ohio; and 2 1/2 hours from Toronto, Canada.

Brief directions from regional cities:

Cleveland: I-90 East to Rt. 17 (I-86) East to Rt. 219 North (Exit 21).
Pittsburgh: I-79 North to I-90 East to Rt. 17 (I-86) East to Rt. 219 North (Exit 21).
Toronto: QEW South to Buffalo (I-190 South) to I-90 West to Rt. 219 South.
Rochester: I-90 West to Buffalo to Rt. 219 South
Buffalo: I-90 West to Rt. 219 South.

Posted by DeWayne Strickland on Friday, November 19th, 2010. Filed under Travel. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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