On this episode of the Food About Town podcast, Adam Wilcox from the Democrat and Chronicle’s Cheap Eats column came over to the studio to talk about some of the dishes that make Rochester’s scene special, his upcoming NA Podcast and we touched on some music as well. This is Part 2 of our talk and if you didn’t already listen to Part 1 go back now and grab it. We’ll be here waiting for you! This is the seventh episode of my goal to release a new episode every week of 2018.
Big changes at The Metropolitan building continue with the opening of Bar Bantam in the building's newly renovated lobby. The restaurant, which opened February 1, serves breakfast, lunch, and aperitivo (happy hour), with plans to add a full dinner service in April. Bar Bantam is a joint venture between partners Lauren, Robert, and Evan Gallina and Patrick Dutton of Gallina Development Corporation, which acquired The Metropolitan (formerly Chase Tower) in 2015.
On this episode of the Food About Town podcast, my wife Carrie Lindstrom from Crazdude Art and Design made the long walk over to the studio to talk about our trip to Toronto on the coldest day of the year! We jammed in an absolute ton of food and drink experiences over a few short hours and we recapped our whirlwind trip here on the podcast. This is the fifth episode of my goal to release a new episode every week of 2018.
@PriceAtkinson It was but I'm even more frustrated by the negativity people are spewing on the @TeamShuster feed. Not cool. That was a tough shot esp with the other draws that end running hot and people have no idea.
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