Cafes in Geneva

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The Under Ground Café, christened after its subterranean location within the Place at Victor Village building, crafts a toothsome menu of sandwiches, salads, and freshly brewed coffee drinks. Sleepy eyes pop open and agree to release hostage brains after a sip of a bottomless cup of steaming Finger Lakes coffee ($1.45+), a bite of a fragrant block of baked cinnamon french toast ($3.50), or a sampling of a host of all-day breakfast bites. Beds of romaine and pillowy dinner rolls form a dais for the Under Ground salad ($6.50), a textural riot of dried cranberries, blue-cheese crumbles, and sugared walnuts, tucked in with a kiss of raspberry-walnut vinaigrette. Nip into a local legend with The Place panini ($7.50), a crisply ironed stack of grilled chicken and bacon, oozing with provolone and honey mustard, or stop irate sweet teeth from seceding with a rotating array of pastries and cookies ($1.50–$2).

7 Maple Avenue
Victor,
NY
US

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596 Fishers Station Dr
Victor,
NY
US

Owners Fausto and Massimo Albano, who hail from the Basilicata region of Italy, win over American palates with a menu brimming with southern-Italian flavors. Culinary expeditions begin with appetizers such as the Sicilian-style fried calamari accompanied by kalamata olives and asiago cheese ($10.95). The Lemoncello pizza selection features 20 red and white personal pizzas ($10.95), uniting shaved parmigiano, fresh arugula, tomatoes, olive oil, and lemon juice to form a doughy creation more impressive than the Sphinx, which is made entirely of buttermilk biscuits. Dive fork-first into the egg-battered Lemoncella artichoke resting atop a bed of angel-hair pasta and drizzled with a lemon-and-white-wine reduction ($18.95). The lasagna topped with rich marinara sauce wedges layers of ricotta, mozzarella, beef, pork, and spinach between its pasta shelves ($13.95). Homemade gelato leads a pack of sweet-tooth-sating desserts as live music makes nightly appearances—like the boogieman and Jay Leno.

137 W Commercial St
East Rochester,
NY
US

The staff at Colie's Cafe seeks to embody the affability and good nature of Albert Coleman "Colie" Linehan, a Canandaigua native born in 1917 and known for his joviality. According to Metromix, owner Michael Linehan, Colie's grandson, crafts hearty sandwiches, wraps, and pizzas to cement his station in the family lineage. In addition to its specialty sandwiches served on white, wheat, rye, or a roll, the eatery offers wraps, quesadillas, and sandwiches served in gluten-free tortillas as well as menu items with fewer than 600 calories for diners with a fear of large numbers.

657 Park Ave
Rochester,
NY
US

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.

1 Public Market
Rochester,
NY
US

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.

2600 Elmwood Avenue
Rochester,
NY
US