Scavenger Sunday

Before the workweek begins, it's high time you relaxed Many people begin a lazy Sunday by meeting friends for brunch, but the popularity of that nebulous meal often means long waits for a table, crowded eateries, and feeling more rushed than you'd like.

The meal ordeal

Meal-delivery services take the guesswork out of lunch hour We've all got those friends who balance their busy lives so well that they eat three healthy meals each day.

Taco Tuesday

Taco Tuesday is a sacred tradition, but nobody likes a stale routine. Put these joints in your rotation.


Sign up for a cooking class at the Rochester Brainery

Patios and potables

The evenings are longer, the weather is better.

Don't feed after midnight

It's Friday night (ok, technically Saturday morning), you're still out on the town, and you're hungry again. But oops, the kitchen's closed.

Ate days a week

In each of our busy lives, we can all get a little bogged down in routine, forget to have fun with food culture, or forget to eat at all until we're raging. Bearing that in mind, our approach to this year's edition of DISH was to take it a day at a time — dividing the features, spotlights, and tips into the days of the week.

Have yourself a movie little picnic

Try out these summer recipes based on meals from films People have always taken their movie fandoms seriously.


Popular Events

  • Senior Day @ Seneca Park Zoo

    • Fri., Sept. 20, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • FLX Oktoberfest @ Downtown Geneva

    • Sat., Sept. 21, 2-10 p.m.
  • OAG Rochester Community Gun Buyback Event @ First Genesis Baptist Church

    • Wed., Sept. 25, 3-7 p.m.
  • Family Sleepover @ Seneca Park Zoo

    • Fri., Sept. 20, 6:15 p.m. $60/$70
  • Tim Burkett: Buddhist Wisdom in the Age of Anxiety @ Dharma Refuge

    • Fri., Sept. 20, 6:15-9 p.m. and Sat., Sept. 21, 8:15 a.m.-5 p.m. $30-$90

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This Week's Issue

Cover Story:
Fall Guide 2019
To many of us culture enthusiasts, autumn is the most magical time of the year. Sure, the cooler temps are comfortably cozy and fall flavors are seriously palatable, but it's also the top of the season for theater, visual arts, classical music, and other cultural offerings. The arts community comes fully alive again after a relatively slow spell. read more ...

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