Nearly two years to the day after my previous review, I returned to Tony D’s recently, visiting the Genesee River waterfront once again, to see and taste the flavors — both of change and of tradition. You could say 2017 has been a year of reincarnation for the Corn Hill mainstay.
Serving up bar food fare since 2004, Donnelly’s Public House in the village of Fairport is the place you want to be for game day, family time or simply when you’re craving a pint of brew and some wings in a friendly, neighborhood atmosphere. Owner Scott Donnelly doesn’t consider his place a football bar, but he does see regulars watching the Bills or Steelers play on one of their six TV screens.
After my visit to Ox and Stone a few years ago to review dinner, I left with a longing to return for more cocktails, chips and guacamole. So last week, my family of four found ourselves back in the historic location on Alexander Street. This time it was for brunch, complete with bottomless bloody Marias from the bar and egg dishes prepared with Latin-flare. Located in Rochester’s East End, Ox and Stone is part of the Roux, Dorado, and The Daily Refresher family of restaurants.
🔟 months (yesterday) and growing by the minute. Top two teeth 😬starting to show. Eating everything in sight, esp Dada’s pb&js, fruit/veggie pouches, and pasta 🍝 . Crawling like a speed racer. Dancing 🤗, clapping 👏 , waving 👋 . Pulling, climbing 🧗… https://t.co/WBPDnZrSyohttps://t.co/mYyQWDavgO
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