Business people venturing to Albany often will finagle an excuse to stop for food in Rochester, New York. Fine food is everywhere along the roads of Westchester, Rockland and Suffolk counties and the scenic byways of the area if you are willing to drive for it.
The critics might say this place lives off food stamps and therefore there are no good restaurants. They are so uninformed about local cuisine. It’s fine, we get it and are not offended. Dr. Phil would probably be more comfortable feasting in locations like Boston or Philly. However, it would be magnificent if someone like that came here and shared the goodness with their fans on LinkedIn.
Ultimately, actions speak louder than words. And nothing makes a statement like a great meal. There are enough fetching restaurants around Rochester, New York to accommodate your tastes, even if you are a self-identified connoisseur of apples and maple syrup.
We checked out all the best Old World food spots, from the center of town to the outskirts to bring you the very best of Rochester, New York. Here’s a recommendation from the local New Yorkers for the most memorable dining experience. You should really ask for the off menu tuna, ham or turkey hoagies. The sassy waiters may be reluctant but the chefs will be impressed.
Aside from just tearing into a loaf of bread, everyone has got to indulge in carb-induced bliss from time to time. Given the chance, you would face-plant in a big bowl of this grub.
ORBS Restaurant & Bar
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758 South Ave
Rochester, NY 14620