Clubs, Restaurants and Cafes
Abilene believes in the power of good music and you should too.
Wear your dingy jeans and saddle up to the bar, have a cold brew to soothe your belly and take in some tunes to ease your mind. lose yourself for a bit… it’s good for you.
Live music. No cover charge. Free parking.
Abilene proudly displays The Empty Closet newspaper.
aja noodle co. offers a new twist on the classic “noodle house” theme. We invite you to enjoy our traditional Asian noodles that we combine with abundant fresh vegetables, flavorful spices and a variety of proteins like pork, chicken or tofu. aja noodle co. also features the finest appetizers, soups and rice dishes from the cuisine’s of Japan, China, Vietnam and Thailand. All our meals are individually prepared and professionally served within minutes of ordering. The portions will lend themselves to sharing and take home as well.
aja noodle co. offers a total dining experience. The dining room design is Feng Sui inspired. It looks contemporary, urban and chic – but mostly it is fun. aja noodle co. sits in the heart of the Brighton 12 corners district with plenty of parking and easy access for take-out. aja offers customers tremendous value. Choose from a wide variety of entrees priced below $8.00. A full bar with special beers and wines from Asia compliment every meal. Not only are the prices reasonable, but also they are generous – the aja customer will leave the restaurant with a full stomach, a doggie bag, and change for a movie.
aja noodle co. is a fun place to dine and it is a fun place to work. We value our staff and insist that all employees be treated with same dignity and respect with which we treat our guests. Our company core values elaborate on this ideal. If you want full or part time work, a career or some extra spending money, aja provides you a great opportunity for hard work, learning, making friends and participating in an exciting new company.
The Bachelor Forum is a leather/levi bar in the heart of Rochester’s ArtWalk district at 670 University Ave. A major public monument to the LGBT liberation movement is just outside the door. Like cities throughout NY state, Rochester prohibits smoking in bars and restaurants, but allows it in outdoor spaces. We are open 7 days a week from 2pm to 2 am. Traditionally, 2 for 1 night is Tuesday, and the official “Bar Night” for the leather club The Rochester Rams is the third Saturday of every month. This night often draws very large crowds to the bar of all different backgrounds.
* The Bachelor Forum proudly displays The Empty Closet newspaper, participates in the Gay Alliance DinesOUT event and is a proud sponsor of Roc Pride and Ride For Pride!!!
Welcome to Boulder Coffee Company, Rochester’s premiere coffee house and music venue. Boulder’s hip, relaxed atmosphere is the perfect place to enjoy our direct-flame roasted coffee and espresso. Grab a delicious panini sandwich or a fresh local pastry. Join us in the evening and kick back, enjoy a warming coffee cocktail, and maybe even watch a local band play on our stage. Boulder Coffee Company: come hang with us. Our hours are:
Mon-Thu: 7:00 am-11:00pm
Fri: 7:00 am-12:00 am
Sat: 8:00 am-12:00 am
Sun: 8:00 am-11:00 pm
Boulder Coffee Co proudly participates in the Gay Alliance DinesOUT events and is a proud supporter of the Gay Alliance!
Has hosted Empire Bears events.
Catering and Dinner Delivery to your home.
Receive a menu via e-mail every weekend. Each day, Monday through Thursday, features an entre? with side and starch, plus an optional salad. You e-mail or call in your order, and on the appointed day, your dinner shows up at your door, hot and in a lovely presentation.
Meals are generally $12-$14, salads $4, and delivery is $3 per meal or 50 cents a mile (whichever is more), making a full meal about $20 per person.
Authentic Italian Cuisine
Owner, Stephen Turri invites you to Henry B’s where dinner is served Monday through Saturday from 4:30 PM to 11:00 PM. “The thing that makes our restaurant unique to upstate New York, is the shared serving style, which gives the customer an opportunity to sample many different dishes. While there are many good restaurant in the area, nothing is like Henry B’s!”
Henry B’s menu and style of service are designed around sharing. It is a sophisticated family-style way of dining and your server will guide you through the menu, helping you to create a memorable experience. All dishes and serving utensils are placed in the center of the table, giving guests the opportunity to truly break bread together.
The namesake of the restaurant is Henry Bonafiglia, the grandfather of founder Bruce H. Bonafiglia. “My grandfather Henry was a tremendously fun and warm individual, he loved good food and good times and very often it was too much of both.” Bruce and his wife Lisa brought many of the recipes on the menu back from Italy.