Rochester has a local restaurant week. Eat Up Rochester!
The 1st Annual “Eat Up Rochester,” a city-wide Local Restaurant Week, is happening Monday, April 23rd through Sunday, April 29th. It’s an opportunity to try new restaurants, and get a great deal. Participating restaurants will feature fixed priced menus: $20 for brunch, $10 for lunch and $20, $30 or $40 for dinner. Make plans to dine out and experience some of the amazing food Rochester restaurants have to offer.
The event is organized by the Rochester Downtown Development Corporation in collaboration with Rochester Young Professionals and The City of Rochester’s Shop the ROC to make this an event that celebrates the entire city.
To participate, check the website, find where you’d like to eat, and go! No tickets necessary, but reservations are encouraged. Be sure to check the website periodically, as new restaurants and menus are added daily. Menu postings will begin two weeks prior to the event.
As of April 1, restaurants such as The Revelry, The Cub Room The Hideaway, Rohrbach Beer Hall & Brewery, Bar Bantam, Branca Midtown, Aunt Rosie’s, Max at Eastman Place, Park Avenue Pub, Roam Cafe, Steadfast, Tapas 177, Tavern at Gibbs, Tony D’s, Morton’s Steakhouse at The Hyatt, City Grill, Genesee Brewhouse, Ludwigs Center Stage Cafe, and Bitter Honey are part of your delicious week.
See you there!
To get more information about Eat Up Rochester and to see which restaurants are participating, visit www.eatuproc.com.
Follow the event on Facebook and Instagram @EatUpRoc.