42 North’s menu complements our hand-crafted beer and harvests the community’s assets to enhance the dishes. Husband and wife team, Nathan & Chelsea, manage all aspects of 42 North food offerings and put an emphasis on local ingredients to support 42 North’s dedication to sustainability. What isn’t created in-house is collaborated with Elm Street Bakery, First Light Creamery, Barrel & Brine, Breadhive and various farms in Western New York. The menu will change depending on what’s in season and thriving at the farms, so be sure to check in monthly to taste the farm-fresh difference for yourself.

Most of 42 North’s food offerings are sharable small plates, so we encourage guests to also visit one of the many great restaurants in East Aurora. And, while there, enjoy your dinner with a 42 North beer on tap.

June 2017 Menu

Root Down Farm Tabbouleh Salad

First Light Feta – Farro – Almonds
Suggested Pairing – Wallonia Wit
Add Chicken $4 Gyro $6

Charcuterie Board

Locally Sourced Cheeses – Meats – Olives – Bread
Suggested Pairing – Flight

BreadHive Pretzels (V)

Luchabrew Queso – House Mustard
1 for 5 · 2 for 9

Deep South Taco Nachos

Seasoned Chips – Queso – Beans – Cilantro
Suggested Pairing – Luchabrew Mexican Lager
Half Tray -6 Full Tray – 10

Ru’s Pierogis

Banana Pepper – Arugula – Romesco Sauce
Suggested Pairing – Illumination Pilsner


First Light Feta – Locally Made Pita – Greek Pico – Tzatziki
Suggested Beer Pairing – Farmhouse L.P.

(Please ask for gluten free, vegetarian & kid-friendly options)

Our food is locally sourced from these WNY businesses:

Arden Farm – East Aurora, NY
Barrel & Brine Pickles – 257 Carolina St. Buffalo, NY
BreadHive Bakery – Buffalo, NY
Elm Street Bakery – East Aurora, NY
Ru’s Pierogis Buffalo, NY
Nickle City Cheese & Mercantile – Buffalo, NY
First Light Farm & Creamery – East Bethany, NY
Root Down Farm – Clarence Center, NY
K & B Farm – Lockport, NY

Please Note: In order to maintain maximum freshness on our locally sourced food dishes, ingredients are bought daily and can sometimes run in short supply.