There are so many wonderful places to EAT at in Rochester, NY.
Whether you are a foodie, out on a Date Night, exploring the city on vacation,
or just looking to try some place new…
Rochester has a diverse assortment of restaurants for you to enjoy.
this blog is all about:
Webster| Rochester| The Erie Canal| The Finger Lakes| and all there is to:
Eat| See| Shop while visiting this beautiful part of Upstate New York.
be our guest:
We provide this information for our guests; as well as anyone visiting
or living in the area.
We are a darling 2-bedroom short-term rental cottage in Upstate New York,
located in the charming neighborhood of Forest Lawn on the shore of Lake Ontario
in the town of Webster, a suburb of Rochester, in Monroe County,
in the state of New York, USA.
LET’s EAT IN THE FLOWER CITY
A-Z| Restaurants: Rochester, NY.
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Bitter Honey: 127 Railroad St| tacos and tequila, a hip vibe, Rochester Public Market area
Blue Wolf Bistro: 657 Park Ave| comfort pub food, casual setting
Branca Midtown: 280 E. Broad| contemporary Italian eatery
Brown Hound Downtown: 500 University| a bistro at the MAG: Memorial Art Gallery
Char Steak & Lounge: 550 East Ave| style and panache, East Ave, at the Strathallen
Cure: 50 Rochester Public Market| French cuisine, craft cocktails, Rochester Public Market area
Dinosaur BBQ: 99 Court St| bbq beside the Genesee River, a local favorite
Edibles: 704 University Ave| cozy bistro, serving up local organic fare
Fiamma Centro: 4 Elton St| authentic Italian, our go-to with out-of-town company
Fiorella: 5 Rochester Public Market| woodfire pizza and homemade pasta dishes
Genesee Brew House: 25 Cataract St| this is a must when visiting ROC
Good Luck: 50 Anderson Ave| trendy spot, delectable dishes, NOTA: Neighborhood of The Arts
Grappa Italian Nouveau: 30 Celebration Dr| Modern Italian
Han Noodle Bar: 687 Monroe Ave| Our Pick: Best Take Out. Yum!
Hose 22: 56 Stutson St| Trisha’s Pick: Comfort Food. In a restored 1916 Firehouse
Juan and Marias Empanada: 280 Union St| empanadas at the Rochester Public Market
La Casa Restaurant: 93 Alexander St| Mexicana-fusion cantina
La Luna Restaurant: 60 Browns Race| balcony overlooks High Falls & Genesee River
Lento: 274 N. Goodman St| upscale fare, local meats and produce
Max of Eastman Place: 25 Gibbs St| good pick for Eastman Theatre: RPO Date Night
Nappa Wood Fired Pizzeria & Bistro: 573 S. Clinton| delicious pizza, South Wedge neighborhood
Nosh: 47 Russell St| great food, chic-industrial vibe, restored factory
Old Pueblo Grill: 55 Russell St| Mexican street food, hip casual setting
Original Grain: 280 E. Broad St| healthy vibe, smoothies, grain/noodle bowls, sandwiches
Ox and Stone: 282 Alexander St| Latin American-inspired, pair with sangria or margaritas
Pane Vino on the River: 175 N. Water St| outdoor patio, view of the Genesee River
Park Ave Pub: 650 Park Ave| Park Ave neighborhood location
Polizzi’s: 274 N. Goodman St| Italian, Village Gate in NOTA: Neighborhood of the Arts
Radio Social: 20 Carlson Rd| recreation hub, grub and booze; fun time with friends
Redd: 24 Winthrop St| Napa-inspired menu, Chef Richard Reddington
Rella: 181 Monroe Ave| diverse cuisine, attention to detail
Roam Cafe: 260 Park Ave| cozy spot for brunch, Park Ave neighborhood
Rocco: 165 Monroe Ave| cozy Italian eatery
Rooney’s: 90 Henrietta St| upscale menu, tucked away
Roux: 688 Park Ave| French Quarter cuisine, Park Ave neighborhood
Salena’s Mexican: 302 N. Goodman St| date night Auditorium’s: Broadway Theater League
Sinbad’s: 719 Park Ave| Mediterranean cuisine, Park Ave neighborhood
Swan Dive: 289 Alexander St| fun spot, craft cocktails and pizza
Tapa 177 Lounge: 177 St. Paul Blvd| vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free dishes
Tap & Mallet: 381 Gregory St| craft beer +pub food, comfy setting, South Wedge
The Cub Room: 739 S. Clinton| upscale cocktails, seasonal-inspired cuisine
The Frog Pond: 652 Park Ave| cozy spot any time of day the frittata is amazing
The Gate House: 274 N. Goodman| creative fare, comfy setting
The Mercantile on Main: 240 E. Main St| curated collection, in the old Sibley building
The Old Stone Tavern: 758 South Ave| neighborhood tavern, in the South Wedge
The Owl House: 75 Marshall St| New American cuisine, near Strangebird Brewery
The Red Fern: 283 Oxford St| casual setting, serving up healthy cuisine
The Revelry: 1290 University Ave| Lowcountry cuisine; Y’all going to love the fried chicken
The Vesper: 1 Capron St| gastropub/oyster bar, in the historic Capron building
Tony D’s: 288 Exchange Blvd| view of the Genesee River, in the Corn Hill neighborhood
Tournedos Steakhouse: 26 Broadway| near the Rochester International Jazz Fest Venue
Velvet Belly: 3 Rochester Public Market| cocktails +seafood, Rochester Public Market area