Last year I attended a surprise birthday party, that turned into a surprise engagement and Wedding, what and idea, all the guest were blown away and very nervous that the bride may be too shocked to say yes. In the end it was a complete hit and I will never forget that night. Just AMAZING!
I hope you have time to see the spaces Rochester Pillars has to offer and better yet have an event here, you will never Forget.
They say "Be A Part Of Rochester's History". Great Thinking Rochester Pillars.
We went to Love for the first time last week after hearing some good things. The place has a great sound and vibe. We are planning to go back again next week.
Some thing different in Rochester!!!! Great customer service and friendly. Loved the menus I knew what to order instead of asking for something fruity and hating it. Its a great spot for my girls to go out anytime!!!!
Had an amazing frappe at 1872! Had to really hold myself back from eating the entire pastry display. Stop in for the coffee, stay for the history! It's a Rochester gem!
This is a beautiful place to practice Yoga and to take dance classes. I love that it is an Art Gallery and it's located smack dab in the NOTA. I stopped in for their First Friday open house and the place was packed!
Though relatively small for a live music venue, the Tala Vera has something that most other venues do not: great food. Traditional Mexican style cuisine makes Tala Vera extremely special. Attentive bar staff and a friendly, attentive owner make the Tala Vera a great place to hang out with friends. The cantina has some seating, and an outside smoking area. Tala Vera also has plenty of lit parking in the lot behind the bar.
The sound from the audience perspective is amazing. If you're looking to see an acoustic, jazz, indie rock, or singer/songwriter style show with an intimate feel, Tala Vera is a great place to go. Tala Vera also hosts punk and metal shows on a variable basis, and those are a lot of fun as well.
I would love to give this establishment 5 stars, but there is really only one factor preventing me from doing so: the size of the place. While there are separate bar and music areas, they are both quite small.
If you're not afraid to meet new people, have fun, and enjoy some cool music, by all means check out Tala Vera. The cantina also does recording and videography, and maintains an active LiveStream account.
What a terrific space!!
On September 9, we attended the Clothesline Festival, a fundraiser for the Memorial Art Gallery. Geva had a table there, and we stopped to see what was coming up. The attendee was especially enthused about "44 Plays for 44 Presidents". Turns out it was scheduled for the weekend of our wedding anniversary. So when we got home, I called to purchase tickets. The person at the box office seemed especially inept, calling back twice in short order to correct erroneous information he had given me. This should have been a sign that I should just scrap these plans and look for something else to do. Late Friday afternoon on the weekend of the performance, we get a call from Geva saying they had overbooked and we did not in fact have tickets to the show. Mind you, our credit card had already been charged, and this was about 24 hours before the performance. They offered to give us seats to some other production on some other date, but that would not salvage our anniversary celebration. They even tried to charge us some service fee rather than give us a full refund (my threats caused them to re-consider THAT idea). I'm not sure what's happening in the Geva office, but suffice to say that we will not be ever attending this venue for any reason. If you want some great theater in western NY, I suggest you head to Buffalo, where they know how to run a theater and a theater district -- http://www.theatreallianceofbuffalo.com.
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