Looking for something fun to put on your calendar this month? If so, consider visiting us at Butterfield’s New American Cuisine restaurant for an acoustic set by Terri Hines Band. Who doesn’t love delicious food and toe-tapping music?
Plan a successful Valentine’s Day by making dinner reservations at Butterfields New American Cuisine. This romantic holiday is celebrated every February 14 in America, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France and Australia.
Take your dinner date to the next level by visiting Butterfields Restaurant during our Dueling Pianos event. At this event, you request the music. JD Leonard and Frank Stainkamp will perform to guests between the hours of 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 22.
Your local dining spot has just gotten better! Sure, we have great food, amazing happy hours and can cater a pretty awesome party. But there is always more to offer our regulars and newcomers. We are always looking for new ways to entertain and make your visit enjoyable.
National Food Day is a holiday we can all get behind. This wonderfully delicious day is observed annually on October 24. One of the main purposes of National Food Day is to actually promote “real eating.”
Willkommen zum Oktoberfest!
200 years ago the people of Munich were invited to a royal wedding celebration. The festivities, which included copious amounts of beer, were so entertaining that the locals repeated it the following year, again and again.
Celebrate National Filet Mignon Day by dining at Butterfields New American Cuisine. National Filet Mignon Day is observed every year on August 13. Filet mignon is usually meat from a steer or heifer, which is taken from the smaller end of the tenderloin of the beef carcass.
Every Monday Night at Butterfields is “Wing Night”! Enjoy 1/2 price Wings and wash them down with $4 Taps!
In 1964, the owner of the Anchor Bar in Buffalo New York, Teresa Bellissimo, was looking for a midnight snack to feed her late-night patrons. Deep-frying some chicken wings and tossing them in cayenne hot sauce, she gave that hungry crowd the world’s first taste of that venerable snack: the Buffalo Wing.