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  • Vegan butchery opens in Hungerford
  • Vegan butchery opens in Hungerford

      "Vegan" and "butcher" are not two words you expect to see side-by-side. But with the help of Grass Fed, a local purveyor of plant-based meat alternatives, there's no reason a vegan lifestyle can't be compatible with a BLT, some chicken schnitzel, or a Thanksgiving turkey.
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  • REDD makes a splash in the East End
  • REDD makes a splash in the East End

      Feverishly anticipated upscale restaurant REDD, led by acclaimed chef Richard Reddington, is the first restaurant in Rochester with a Michelin-star chef at the helm. Sashimi, duck confit, Mexican street corn, lobster risotto, onion rings, and wood-fired pizzas are all equally at home on its dinner menu.
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  • Rocco owner opens seafood dining bar
  • Rocco owner opens seafood dining bar

      Rella, which opened on Monroe Avenue in June, is a casual but refined seafood-centric dining bar, where you can watch the kitchen's every move. There are no tables, and no waiters. Instead, the cooks do double duty, deftly plating and serving dishes while chatting with the diners just feet away.
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Celebrate the Holidays in the Neighborhood of the Arts @ Paula Crawford Gallery

Celebrate the Holidays in the Neighborhood of the Arts @ Paula Crawford Gallery

Fine Art Studio and Gallery featuring paintings, sculpture, ceramics, glass and artisan...

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