2729 Monroe Avenue
Rochester, NY 14618
Phone: (585) 273-8410
Fax: (585) 273-8411
2729 Monroe Avenue , Rochester, NY, US, 14618
- Phone: (585) 273-8410
- Fax: (585) 273-8411
The most popular Italian restaurant in Rochester, Mario's Via Abruzzi is known for the authentic Italian cuisine and decor to match. The experience is complete with Italian music playing in the background by strolling accordion players every Saturday evening and festive Italian music on radio. This family-run restaurant has been catering to customers for decades. Take your pick from their wine selection, which has been presented the 'Award Of Excellence' by the Wine Spectator for five consecutive years. Daily specials include steak, calamari, pasta, veal and fresh seafood. One of the must-have is the pollo saltimbocca. Don't forget to come by for the popular Sunday morning brunch.
One of the oldest theaters in the city of Rochester, the cinema theater offers a very homely feel to spectators who come in to catch a show. It has strong nostalgic memories to the locals who come in to watch various classic flicks as well as to those who come in for the new releases. Ample parking is available on its premises. Call ahead for a current schedule of shows, events or tickets.
This flour mill was constructed way back in 1840 and is an integral part of the Penfield town. This historic mill has been transformed into a classy restaurant-cum-ballroom that hosts private events and functions.
The Curtis Theatre is located at the George Eastman House. It is a relatively small venue suited for gatherings like lectures, screenings and informal meetings. The venue can also be used for receptions and the like. Do contact for details.
Located within the Highland Park, the Highland Bowl Amphitheater is an enticing event space that attracts musicians and music lovers alike. What makes this open air theater a regular hang out for several art enthusiasts is its location amidst the green park and the high quality sound technology that makes every performance a phenomenal act. Rendering a concert at this amphitheater is like a dream come true for several local and regional artists and bands.
Visit the Strasenburgh Planetarium and get ready for a fun, educational outing. Sit back and enjoy the view of the four-story dome, where movies, star shows, and laser light shows can be seen. It's a great outing for kids and adults, with age-appropriate screenings and activities available for everyone. Learn about the cosmos and see an amazing show at the Strasenburgh Planetarium!
Look for the illuminated signboard on East Avenue that reads "Little." Entertaining since 1929, The Little Theater is Rochester's community cinema hall, and the oldest of its kind in the city. It houses five screens and showcases an evolving line-up of offbeat, foreign and independent films. It also plays host to interesting film festivals that empower local and emerging talent and keep movie buff throngs revisiting. The establishment exudes a charming vibe that's hard to replicate at a multiplex.
This place has the largest seating capacity of any venue in Rochester. Built in 1972, it is actually a three-theater complex that presents world classics, musicals, satires and contemporary work. The Elaine P. Wilson Main Stage has a seating capacity of 550, the Ron & Donna Fielding Nextstage can accommodate 180 and the Geva Comedy Improv can seat 70. Some of the famous works presented here are 'Hamlet' by William Shakespeare, 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens, and 'Other Island' by George Bernard Shaw.
Located in the beautiful city of Rochester the Main Street Armory is a multi-purpose entertainment arena which has played host to a number of events both concerts and sports events alike. What was once a armory for military training and processing has now been transformed into this beautiful space where a number of events are held. At this arena, activities like live boxing, splatball and live musical concerts are also held. The facility has state-of-the-art features making it a perfect venue for events. The NWA have also used this arena to host wrestling matches. There is plenty of parking nearby and the place is surrounded by amazing restaurants and entertainment complexes.
Offering education programs that include dance classes for children, teenagers and adults, this dance institute also offers performances by director and founder Garth Fagan, and dance performances that he has choreographed, both in Rochester and as touring shows. Fagan has won renown for his innovative dance and choreography, most notably his choreography of Broadway
The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra has been in existence since 1922, and takes it as its mission to present performances of a wide range of the best in music in order to entertain and educate the public about the aesthetic appeal and cultural strength to be offered by superior musical events; the orchestra has continued to enhance its fine reputation not only with its local performances, but through extensive touring, recording projects, and featured performances at Carnegie Hall.
This organization helps to promote and present a variety of plays and productions that range form Broadway musicals, to comedies, to dramas, with both classic and newer works being presented. Education and outreach programs are offered as well, and the Rochester Broadway Theatre League also works in conjunction with Opera Rochester to present top-notch performances of opera classics.