Fast-casual pizza on Monroe Ave

Fast-casual pizza on Monroe Ave

The convenience of the location and the freshness of ingredients at Create A Pizza are enough reasons to frequent the restaurant. And people rarely agree on what to put on a pizza, so there's nothing like a personalized pie all to yourself.

 

Diner series: Mt. Hope Diner

Hitting 53 years in business, Mt. Hope Diner is a family-owned and -run spot that hits all of the markers for enduring success.

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Zoc's brings comfort food to Chili Ave

Zoc's Gourmet Burgers and Shakes offers a number of specialty burgers as well as wings, po' boys, Philly steaks, veggie burgers, custom fries, and quesadillas.

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Dominican dining on Clifford Ave

At the Latin Fusion-focused MamaJuana Roc you can get traditional, signature, or contemporary dishes, and there's a sushi roll version of the Rochester plate.

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Cocktails & cake at Park Ave's late night bakery

Caramel Bakery and Bar is a cheerful, sweet-smelling alternative to many of the city's nighttime haunts. Wednesday through Saturday it's a great after-dinner spot for dessert and a nightcap or two, and its Sunday brunch is providing a welcome option for those tired of the long wait for a seat at the other Park Avenue eateries.

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