Eating Out In Rochester

Written by Tom. Posted in HOMEPAGE

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If you were planning on staying in and eating a TV dinner tonight, you may not know about all the options available with downtown Rochester NY restaurants. Downtown rochester restaurants offer something for every palate and every budget. There are a wide variety of locally and nationally recognized Rochester NY restaurants. Rochester offers many eclectic neighborhoods with a marrying of old and new.

Historically Rochester was put on the map with the abolitionist and suffragist movements. World famous womans right advocate Susan B Anthony was a Rochester native. Other historical sites include the Harriet Tubman house, and the location where Fredrick Douglass printed his paper Northstar. Rochester offers other historical sites related to the cities long history with optics and cameras. The George Eastman house, of Eastman Kodak, has been converted to a popular museum. And if you cannot find enough to do in the city proper, the surrounding Finger Lakes region is home to world class vineyards.

With so much to do, it is easy to work up and appetite for what downtown Rochester NY restaurants have to offer. With the cities location in Western New York, you may be surprised to find many smoke house BBQ joints, as well as fresh sushi restaurants. Rochester also boasts a large ethnic population and there are downtown Rochester NY restaurants that offer Greek, Caribbean, Vietnamese, Mexican and authentic Italian dishes.

If you are looking for Rochesters signature hangover remedy try a garbage plate at any downtown rochester ny restaurants. The garbage plate is a dish unique to the city, it starts with a layer of home fries. They are then covered with baked beans or mac salad. Then added to the pile are red or white hots, grilled chicken or hamburger patties. Top all of these off with meat sauce and serve with onions and a bottle of ketchup. There are many downtown Rochester NY restaurants that offer this regional specialty, but if you want the original go to Nick Tahoes.

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