15 Things to Do this Spring in Rochester, NY

Spring is an exciting time to visit Rochester, NY, otherwise known as the Flower City. Read on for our list of things to do this spring when you visit Rochester. Take a Hike The weather is warming up, and with more than 12,000 acres of parkland in Monroe County, there is no limit to parks and…

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Rochester Woman-Owned Businesses

The region that nurtured the earliest seeds of the women’s rights movement is today home to many thriving and innovative businesses owned by women. From food, to fashion, health and wellness to art and culture, there are so many different women-owned businesses in Rochester to explore. In…

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5 Ways To Enjoy February Break In Rochester, NY

Photo: Bristol Mountain Avoid cabin fever and enjoy the upcoming school break with this list of fun, family-friendly events and activities happening in Rochester, NY. Photo: Seneca Park Zoo 1. Visit A Museum Or Attraction Rochester's local museums and attractions have been hard at work planning…

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Outdoor Winter Dining Guide

As the temperature drops, Rochester restaurants are heating up with creative and unique outdoor dining options that embrace our city's snowy climate. Farmer's Creekside Inn & Tavern Locally Sourced Food For A True Farm To Table Dining Experience Dine under the stars while staying cozy and…

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Places To Go in Rochester, NY During Dry January

Photo: The Hideaway Whether you’re taking a break from alcohol this month, or you prefer not to drink at all, Rochester has plenty of options for tasty N/A beverages. Tag us #visitROC if you see some old favorites, and add some new choices to your bucket list! Mocktails *=off menu mocktails AltBar…

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Al Fresco Dining in Rochester, NY

It's hot out there! Know what that means? Time to hit those patios, porches, and decks in Rochester, NY. Whatever you call it, we're on it. Let's visit the perfect patio — or six — for fresh air and a little al fresco dining. Unter Biergarten — East…

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