Unique Tim Hortons HarborCenter Buffalo pays tribute to legendary hockey player

Tim Horton was a hockey player back in the day. He played for the Buffalo Sabres in the 1970s and died in a car crash. His little doughnut and coffee shop ended up turning into a big chain that has many stores in the U.S. and Canada, and Buffalo seems to be Timmy Ho’s best U.S. market…and why not? Buffalonians love Tim Horton’s! So, with the brand new HarborCenter, with its indoor hockey rinks, why not put a one-of-a-kind Tim Horton’s there complete with a tribute to Horton? Tim Horton’s downtown Buffalo HarborCenter location is now open, and upon my visit, it was bustling, just like any Tim Horton’s. Lots of people staying at downtown hotels, coming for Sabres games and youth hockey games, locals and tourists were all enjoying the unique Timmy Ho’s together, marveling at the unique, NYC-feeling décor. If you visit, and you’ve lived in the Buffalo area for decades, you’ll be like, “What city am I in? THIS is Buffalo?! WOW. Major changes, for the better.” Well done Tim Horton’s, well done!

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Mark Weber

Mark Weber publishes the MarkWeberMusicBlog.