Deals in Brighton

$11 for $20 Worth of Casual American Food at Greece/Penfield Hots

Greece/Penfield Hots

Multiple Locations

All-American dishes such as cheeseburgers, pulled pork, fried fish dinners, and hot dogs topped with the house hot sauce

$20 $11

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Greek Cuisine at Olive's Greek Taverna (Up to $40% Off). Two Options Available.

Olives Greek Taverna

Pittsford

Stewed lamb with kasseri cheese, seasoned beef and eggplant, and a dozen kinds of gyros served amid murals of Mediterranean waves

$15 $9

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$16 for $30 Worth of American Food at The Garden Grille & Bar

The Garden Grille & Bar

Pittsford

Smorgasbord of classic American grill food, including new york strip steaks and burgers

$30 $16

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Indian Food at Tandoor Flame (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Tandoor Flame

Penfield

Diners dig into a variety of Indian dishes, including tandoori chicken, palak paneer, and seafood biryani

$30 $15

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$22 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Chinese Food at Sakura Garden

Sakura Garden

Perinton

Classic or specialty sushi rolls and Chinese entrees served with Asian beers and sake

$40 $22

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Two Groupons, Each Good for $25 Worth of Authentic Mexican Food at Itacate (44% Off)

Itacate

Penfield

House-made Mexican food crafted from family recipes, including chili relleno, enchiladas, and asado de puerco with tender, slow-cooked pork

$25 $14

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Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Pan-Asian Dinner Fare at aja noodle co. ($40 Total Value)

aja noodle co.

Multiple Locations

Generous portions of pad thai, yakisoba & other noodles from across Asia, including large veggie menu, served in feng shui-inspired space

$20 $11

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Property Location
With a stay at The Del Monte Lodge Renaissance Rochester Hotel & Spa in Pittsford (Pittsford - Fairport), you'll be minutes from Sam Patch Dock and Schoen Place. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Nazareth College and St. John Fisher College.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 99 guestrooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have hair dryers and bathrobes. Conveniences include safes and coffee/tea makers, and you can also request rollaway/extra beds.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a 24-hour fitness facility. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access and complimentary use of a nearby fitness facility.

Dining
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours).

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include business services, audiovisual equipment, and express check-in. Planning an event in Pittsford? This hotel has 2025 square feet (182 square meters) of space consisting of conference/meeting rooms and small meeting rooms. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available on request).

41 North Main Street
Pittsford,
NY
US

A childhood charm bracelet. A necklace for prom. A pair of earrings to wear on your wedding day. Since 1968, the accessorizing experts at Beads ?N Things have been crafting inimitable jewelry to model during life?s many occasions. When taking over the full-service bead shop in 1984, the current owners began cementing their reputation as a reliable source for beading advice. They regularly unveil the tricks of the trade to visitors during private lessons, group classes, and casual conversations at the counter.

At Beads ?N Things, arts-and-crafters can find all the supplies needed to string together their own unique accessories. The shop's display cases and racks brim with pendants, freshwater pearls, and beads carved out of almost every material imaginable, including metals, bone, semiprecious stones, and hand-cut Czech glass. Fully equipped kits and learning materials inspire amateur and experienced artisans alike to pursue various beading projects. Finished pieces of jewelry hang on display, and guests hoping for more personalized trimmings can commission custom items. The staff also repairs cherished possessions, carefully restringing tattered strands and replacing missing parts.

50 State St.
Pittsford,
NY
US

Pizza for breakfast? Eastside Café's Chef Sal Cimino can make it happen. He and his crew are up early anyway, crafting daily batches of dough that become buns for grinders, crusts for gourmet pizzas, including a Loaded Potato Pie with bacon bits and cheddar cheese, and calzones served with homemade dipping sauce. During dessert, their handiwork is fried and transformed into signature cinnamon pillows, tossed with butter, cinnamon, and sugar, providing an airier alternative to the signature sallyoos––battered, deep-fried Oreos dusted with powdered sugar, topped with whipped cream, and sprinkled with the remnants of shredded New Year's resolutions.

The Eastside Café team also raises another kind of dough to combine its support of local artists with a passion for helping those in need. In 2010, the crew hosted an art exhibition in which artists were invited to create pieces on site using watercolors, pencils, and other media. The works were then displayed on the walls and raffled off to benefit a charitable organization that helps children in Haiti.

303 Macedon Center Rd
Fairport,
NY
US

Critically acclaimed since its inception, Prime Steakhouse serves a menu’s worth of choice sirloin, seafood, and poultry in a dark-wood setting, lit by massive bay windows and populated by cozy, spacious booths. Exclusive Angus Reserve cuts, grilled to order by Executive Chef Dave Moscowitz and Chef de Cuisine John Strakal, pair with sides such as sautéed mushrooms or garlic-whipped potatoes. A breezy open patio, menu of deftly shaken cocktails, and flatware that gladly translates Baudelaire contributes to the restaurant's sophisticated ambiance, and the encyclopedically extensive wine list showcases varietals that complement meals. Prime’s deft juggling of epicurean elegance and family-friendliness garnered the attention of James Leach of Rochester City Newspaper, and the anonymous duo of Rochester Magazine's He Ate, She Ate were enchanted by the attentive service and "flavor galore."

42 E Main St
Webster,
NY
US

Some salons are content to slather faces with a mix of mud and sugar and call it a facial. That’s not the case at SeriouSkin, where aestheticians curate a menu that includes only those treatments and products that have been clinically proven to safely remedy skin issues such as acne, wrinkles, and unwanted hair. The spa’s licensed staff members are all trained masters of their trade, skillfully deploying services that range from laser hair removal and permanent makeup to FDA-approved Bio-Roller micro-needle therapy, which improves the look and feel of skin through use of fast-moving, collagen-stimulating needles filled with inspirational quotes.

Despite its clinical technology, the salon features a softer side, including a brow bar where aestheticians can shape eye awnings with a range of powders, pencils, waxes, and brow mascaras, or enhance lashes with conditioners and extensions. The studio is thoroughly stocked with a wide range of quality products by brands such as PCA Skin, Ayur-Medic, and Jade, and aestheticians are happy to recommend products that can be used at home to enhance any treatment’s effectiveness.

1 Grove St
Pittsford,
NY
US

The Ravioli Shop's founder, Bill Kenney, feels so much pride in his store’s fresh-made products that if he notices a customer holding an odd pairing of ravioli and sauce, he’ll tactfully and enthusiastically suggest a swap. The rest of the team demonstrates the same dedication to furnishing excellent meals, guiding patrons through a dozen ravioli varieties and five regular sauces with personal advice, a handy online chart, and the ability to decipher the true desires of growling stomachs.

Staffers might recommend pairing their seasonal pumpkin ravioli with a sage and brown-butter sauce or perhaps their decadent lobster ravioli with vodka-cream sauce made with slow-pasteurized cream from a local dairy. In addition to pasta, the staff also bakes fresh bread daily, crafting semolina loaves, baguettes, and six varieties of focaccia early each morning. All ravioli, sauces, and breads are made from scratch, with 100% durum flour and fresh eggs infusing each sheet of pasta and roasted veggies and fresh-ground cheeses providing soft pockets of filling.

12 Courtney Dr
Fairport,
NY
US