There are hard-to-miss openings of Buffalo-area restaurants, bars and cafes, such as Inizio – in the old Joe’s Deli/Off the Wall on Elmwood Avenue – and Jazzboline, the Iskalo restaurant affiliated with the Reikart House in Snyder. But small businesses, such as Fig Tree Patisserie in Kenmore, may open to the public but fly under the radar for a time, in part because of a lack of advertising and marketing money, the desire for a “soft opening” and the general busy nature of summer. Here are 11 restaurants, bars and cafes that have opened in the past six months that might have sneaked past you. Why it’s interesting: Colden is not as far away as you think (and if it is, at least the drive is scenic). The Colden Lakes Resort has been around for four decades and catered wonderfully to the snowmobiling crowd, but the Tipsy Goat – the first building visible upon entering – is new and eager to entertain. The logo for the Tipsy Goat, the new bar-restaurant at Colden Lakes Resort. (Image courtesy of the Tipsy Goat) The former Whelan’s is spacious, with room for 200-250, across four separate areas: the bar, the dining area, an outdoor area and a live music/sta...