You might be wondering “Why should anyone eat food with garbage in it?” Perhaps you’ll find out today!
Local restaurants are your preferred lunch spot whenever you are in the Flower City.
From vegan-friendly restaurants that are on the rise to classic diners with vintage ambiance The city of Rochester offers a plethora of options for every foodie in your family. Rochester has an extensive culinary history, and there are many restaurants opening in historic places such as The Sibley Building downtown. The building is now home to the The Mercantile on Main. The food hall is home to a variety of Rochester establishments. It’s an excellent venue to catch up with friends and colleagues to have lunch.
Highland Park Diner or Jines is an excellent option for brunch when you’re feeling the need for. Enjoy iconic milkshakes with the family before exploring Highland Park or Park Avenue.
As said before, if located in Rochester it’s inconceivable to go through without trying out a garbage plate. Make sure to stop by Nick Tahou Hots, the officially recognized home of the plate and revel in the pure magic that is a garbage plate.
Got a sweet tooth in the afternoon? Abbotts is the best place to take if your looking for the most delicious custard.