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.
The bean blazers at Boulder Coffee Company flame-roast their coffee before brewing signature coffees and espressos. Sink into a comfy couch or float lazily on the aromatic wafts of fresh coffee while sipping on the caramel macchiato, a vanilla latte topped with caramel sauce, or a spiced chai. An artful atmosphere beckons the caffeinated critic with walls lined with paintings and negative space for seeing what's going on outside. Boulder Coffee Company’s open-mic night allows anyone to sign up to deliver comedy or perform espresso spit takes; check the calendar for an idea of upcoming acts.
We serve gourmet wraps, sandwiches, salads, panini, flat bread pizza, smoothies, coffees, desserts and more. Open 7 days a week. We offer catering anywhere in Rochester with 24 hours notice. We offer delivery within 5 miles of each cafe - we'll be there within 45 minutes. Park Ave, Pittsford Plaza & Eastview Mall.
The Bagel Bin Cafe delights dough-wheel denizens with 21 bagel flavors to please a wide array of persnickety palates. With a bagel and cream cheese ($2.59) as your canvas and palette, create colorful combinations, such as honey sunflower with a daub of bacon scallion, to shock taste buds suffering from bouts of lingual ennui. Conclude overnight abstentions with pizzazz with breakfast specials ($5.95 each), including eggs and a choice of cheese grilled to golden-brown between a blanket of italian bread in the breakfast panini, or a six-piece serving of french toast with fresh strawberries and powdered sugar.
For those who suffer from food allergies, it’s typically impossible to have a delicious, home-baked cake and eat it too. But Kelly Halligan hopes to change that. Fueled by a desire to feed dietary-restricted dessert lovers—including those who are vegan or sensitive to gluten—Kelly hand-makes cookies and cupcakes that are free of dairy products, preservatives, and allergens yet taste like the real deal. She draws from her own family’s passed-down recipes, modifying them to remove any troublesome ingredients. But she still prepares a slew of conventional baked goods in both traditional and specialty flavors, which she proudly claims are indistinguishable from her many vegan offerings.
Strings of twinkling lights glow above Roam Cafe’s cozy tables and pale-green walls, illuminating guests as they dig into fresh, crisp salads, pizza tossed from hand-made dough, and paleo diet-friendly options. The long bar gleams in the sunlight streaming in from a wall-sized window, and patrons sip espresso and munch on Sunday brunch. Brick arches lend the interior a hint of roman architecture, an outdoor patio welcomes alfresco merriment during warming months, and diners wash down house-made meatballs with cold beer or warm tomato sauce.