Comfort Inn West
1501 W. Ridge Rd.
Rochester, NY 14615
Phone: (585) 621-5700
Fax: (585) 621-8446
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only,Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers,chicken,ribs,steak,seafood,pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America,Europe,Asia and Australia.Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for details.
Located in Irondequoit, Atlas Eats is a charming little joint that essentially serves breakfast and lunch. Boasting of an extensive list of baked goodies such as golden-brown French baguettes, focaccia and other melt-in-the-mouth miracles, the bakery sees throngs queuing up. Atlas also serves traditional and contemporary sweet treats like brownies, shortbreads and lamingtons, to name a few. The 18-seat restaurant is almost always busy, which is why reservations are highly recommended.
Forget your diets when you enter Nick Tahou's, a legendary restaurant of Rochester which has been in operation since 1918. Inaugurated by the current owner's grandfather and named after the current owner's father, this restaurant is famous across the State of New York for their mean Garbage Plate. Do not get apathetic towards the unappetizing name, because this dish has a proven track record of converting the most ardent health advocates with its red and white hots, chicken tenders, eggs, baked beans, and hamburger infused plates of mac & cheese. The plate is doused in house sauces and arrives in the company of bread and butter. Though, the Garbage Plate is one of the fattiest dishes served in the state, it is Rochester's tradition and comes highly recommended.
The menu at Tavern 58 features steaks, seafood, and more, all prepared in an innovative style. The atmosphere on the patio is rustic with warm accents, so dine here if you can and enjoy great lighting and lattice porch covering. The appetizers on the menu vespan several cuisines, featuring black bean quesadillas, vegetable spring rolls, and calamari. Enjoy your meal with a custom martini from the bar. Choose from a Chocotini, Pickletini, Triple Espresso Martini, and more.
Literally stretching out into the Irondequoit Bay, Pier 45 at the Port is sure to have something for everyone. Aside from the dazzling views of the bay from one of Pier 45's 120 outdoor tables, guests can peruse an expansive and diverse menu containing local seafood alongside international fare. Visitors are advised to make a reservation on heavily trafficked weekend nights, but this amount of interest speaks more to Pier 45's strengths than weaknesses. In addition, the restaurant boasts a number of private dining areas capable of accommodating large events. Between the exceptional scenery and extensive choices, Pier 45 is sure to please.
This Culture District restaurant is across the historic Eastman Theatre. Max of Eastman Place is the first of the Max Rochester brand and has an intimate and sophisticated ambiance. Whether it is for a pre-theater dinner, a quick bite or a romantic meal, it will definitely meet all your requisites. Their contemporary American menu includes dishes like Steamed Prince Edward Island Mussels, Six Northern Oysters on Ice and Slow Roasted Atlantic Salmon. It surely is a culinary journey for even the most discerning diner. Complement your meal with cocktail specials from the bar. This upscale dining hall is also a popular wedding venue, and its beautiful Atrium is one of the settings of the Rochester International Jazz Festival.
It is hard to decide what to do first at Rochester Taproom: play a round of pool or darts, choose from the extensive menu of beverages or unwind at the patio beside the gently-flowing river. Its menu, no doubt, attracts beer, wine and spirit connoisseurs; however this sports bar is equally popular for its television screens that broadcast World Cups and other events. Try your hand at vintage arcade games and pinball, then sip an absinthe or an exotic dessert wine. Relish classic Chicken Wings, accompanied by Smooth Ambler Barrel Aged Gin or a Genesee Cream Ale obtained from a local Rochester brewery. The endless entertainment and beverage options has helped this bar build up a loyal set of clientele.
Rochester's sole coal-fired dine-in eatery and pizzeria, Tony D's is popular for its authentic Italian delicacies. Chicken wings, prepared with caramelized onions and parmesan is simply mouth-watering. Sausage and meatballs are moist, wholesome seasoned perfectly. For appetizers, do not miss the Roasted Red Pepper, delicious yet humble. Daily specials at Tony D's include gourmet beef, seafood, pastas and other delights.
Restaurant 2 Vine is a lively bistro and bar that is a favorite spot for locals. With Little Theater next to it, this bistro is especially popular with theater goers who dine before and after shows. Using the freshest ingredients and organic produce, they serve hand-crafted bistro dishes like Roasted Halibut with Mushroom-Watercress Risotto, Cote De Boeuf, Grilled Lamb Chops, Pan Roasted Duck Breast and iced platters of seafood. This is a great place for an upscale evening meal with family and friends.
Italians believe love is directly proportional to the food one consumes, and Rocco in Rochester promotes just that. This rustic establishment features authentic Neapolitan cuisine with its wide range of pasta, antipasto and pizza on offer, in addition to some great traditional wines. Sample their unique Vongole Pizza with clams, garlic, pancetta and more. Yum!
This downtown Rochester establishment brings the Irish pub culture to town. Murphy's Law, with its wooden accents and dim lights, has a warm and cozy ambiance. With over 100 beers from all across the global and an extensive scotch selection, there will be no dearth for choice. Savor classics from the Emerald Isle like their Murphy's Chicken Wings, Irish Potato Skins, Murphy's Shepherd Pie and Irish Chicken Caesar. You can also catch all the major sporting events on their many televisions.
MacGregor's Grill and Tap Room will put a smile on any beer aficionado's face. Featuring an impressive list of regional and international brews including vintage ones, it is a must visit for anyone who has a penchant for this drink. Taste the different blends, textures and flavors and learn the difference from an ale to a cider and porters. The Bass is a globally-acclaimed English ale, with a deep nutty zest to it, while the Magic Hat will keep you guessing its contents. Complement your drinks with their Tremendous Fries, The Honey Bee, Panini Cubano, Blackened Chicken and Pulled Pork Po' Boy.