Coffee Shops in Irondequoit


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  • Boulder Coffee Company
    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.
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    910 Genesee Street
    Rochester, NY US
  • Yogen Fruz
    Yogen Fr?z has an interesting answer for yogurt shops that simply top their swirls with fruit?it mixes mango, bananas, watermelon, and kiwis right in with the yogurt. These colorful, fresh creations boast low or no fat as well as a heaping helping of digestion-friendly probiotics. Of course, customers of the shop?which has more than 1,400 locations in more than 47 countries?can still opt for a traditionally topped cup of yogurt, as well as for smoothies or cups topped with fruit, granola, and yogurt, that have similar nutritional benefits.
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    446K Greece Ridge Center Dr.
    Rochester, NY US
  • Soho Yogurt Cafe
    Nearly 20 self-serve frozen-yogurt stations line the wall at Soho Yogurt Cafe, spouting a rotating lineup of flavors that may include blueberry tart, birthday cake, and white-chocolate mousse. The yogurt menu includes a number of healthy options, including yogurts from Only 8, whose flavors only have 8 calories per ounce. Patrons can fill their cups with a mix of flavors, then sprinkle on toppings such as fresh fruit, chopped nuts, and cheesecake. Smoothies and coffee drinks round out the menu, along with gluten-free sweet options.
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    3177 Latta Rd.
    Rochester, NY US
  • The underground cafe
    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).
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    7 Maple Avenue
    Victor, NY US
  • Merchants Street Smoke & Steakhouse
    Hearty. Rich. All-American. These words certainly describe the food at Merchants Street Smoke & Steakhouse, but there's one descriptor that applies more than all the rest: smoky. Whether you're digging into a pulled-pork sandwich or a hearty steak, you'll get a taste of that unmistakable smokiness that keeps regulars coming back to this Brockport restaurant for more. Of course, the food isn't the only attraction, thanks to a full-service bar and a patio with scenic views of the Erie Canal. Whatever draws you in, feel free to linger for a while by sharing a pitcher of draft beer or taping yourself to a chair.
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    48 Merchant Street
    Brockport, NY US
  • Kung Fu Tea
    For the founders of Kung Fu Tea, kung fu isn't just a martial art?it's a way of life, a drive to constantly better oneself and push limits. Though this might seem like a lofty inspiration for a tea company, it's a testament to the staff's passion for their craft and dedication to creating drinks based in authentic Taiwanese recipes. Perhaps that's why, since being founded in New York, the franchise has spread to more than 40 locations in North America alone?not to mention branches in Southeast Asia and on all 62 of Saturn's moons. At each location, fresh fruit and teas form the base of frozen and chilled drinks?from a red bean-herbal jelly milk tea to a taro slush to a frozen caramel macchiato.
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    520 Lee Entrance Suite 111
    Buffalo, NY US
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