Henrietta in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Henrietta with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 43 reviews
I only have two places I must visit when I come to Henrietta, this is one of them. The soft ice cream is the perfect amount of creaminess and flavor. I have not found anything like it in my home city. The kids like to eat their ice cream by the miniature pond in the back while listening to the frogs.
4 based on 135 reviews
Visited a few days ago for early dinner. Our server was lovely and the menu looked very good. Ordered mozzarella sticks as appetizer. Came to the table glistening with oil. Little flavor. Salads, both Caesar and Italian were overdressed. My chicken arugula had both issues. The cutlet was oily and the arugula was doused in Italian dressing. Too much oil on my husband’s pizza, too. Daughter enjoyed her Alfredo pasta, though.
4 based on 88 reviews
A perfectly decent Tim Horton's location. The staff did not exactly want to be my friend, but they executed their jobs efficiently. The police officers enjoying their donuts was a reassuring sight.
5 based on 231 reviews
My husband has gotten my birthday cake here for the past two years. Carrot cake is one of my favorite kinds and theirs is awesome! I've also had the cheesecake, specifically the pumpkin cheesecake in the fall, and it's really good. I definitely recommend it.
4.5 based on 299 reviews
For the 30 years we've lived in Pittsford, buying the tree was the joyful part of this old establishment. This year, 2 of "santas helpers" (blokes to tie and tether) were reprimanded when they sold me a tree with a label indicating US34 and the boss elf stated that that label was wrong: it HAD to have "fallen off" one of the wreaths and hooked itself firmly into the tree. Boss elf produced an entirely different tag which was for US49 which was supposedly the RIGHT tag. Santa's helpers not impressed. Boss elf as grumpy pants. Solution: split the difference, fer petesakes. My recommendation: the venue is nostalgic, but some Ebeneezer is running the show. Go with the Boy Scouts, use this place for photo ops. (Oops, Ebeneezer might want his royalty fee...).
4.5 based on 99 reviews
If you read my other reviews you'll find I'm very positive but rarely blown away. Especially about my favorite meal- a loaded pizza.
But I stopped at a place I really love tonight for a beer and a late night bite. I debated and has to go with the loaded meat pizza.
It was literally amazing. I ate the entire pizza and I had no intention too but I couldn't stop. I've been all over the world sampling pizza and that was one of the best I've ever had. Wow... just go here and have the pizza and sample some of their great beers. You'll be happy....
4.5 based on 258 reviews
I had wanted to try a Dibella’s sandwich for quite some time now and it was fantastic. The sandwich chef made my order as I waited. It was fast and perfectly made. I only wish there was one closer to me.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
We went on a Saturday night (get reservations!!!) and were seated quickly. the menu offered many choices - good appetizer (arancini), Puttanesca for main course (nice and spicy and plentiful serving). Our waitress was attentive and friendly -I never knew it was an old friendly until reading other reviews - decor was nice. Desert was a real treat - fresh fruit, whip cream and a light sponge cake - yum!
this was my first visit with friends and I was pleasantly surprised!
4.5 based on 260 reviews
This is a classic fine dining restaurant with the added bonus of a dessert selection unrivaled in Rochester. Don't expect wildly new or fashionable cuisine here. What you will find are familiar, upscale entrees based around seafood, beef, pork, chicken and pasta (though no lamb) with a selection of vegetarian (and probably vegan) dishes. Appetizers follow the same theme with escargots, shrimp cocktail, baked brie and the Rochester favorite artichokes French. There are usually a few specials and a rotating soup selection as well as dinner-sized salad plates.
Service is leisurely and appropriately attentive in a intimate dining room.When my wife and I split a delicious marinated Mediterranean salad, it came on two plates without our asking. Our waitress was everything you would expect at a restaurant at this level.
The wine list is not large and tends mostly towards the ordinary. Wine prices are a bit on the high side given the selection (a glass of a Ravenswood zinfandel would have bought a full bottle at retail), but a house IPA special was an amazing bargain.
This is the sort of restaurant you return to over the years and to which you take guests, knowing that the food and the service will always be dependably top notch.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
I ordered the oblong pizza with tomato sauce, cheese, mushrooms and basil. It was cut into 8 pieces. The crust was nice and tender, very good. An almost great pizza not realized because I had a hard time finding the toppings.
Not enough tomato sauce, very, very dry.
The mushrooms were super thin, so thin that they could not have used one entire mushroom. Not more than one or two and ever zero pieces per slice. 5 leaves of fresh basil on 8 pieces of pizza. Mozzarella covered about half of the toppings portion, again super thin. The pizza was 13" x 6" and about 1.5 - 2 inches on each side was crust only. Too much crust without toppings. For 8 bucks they use a small ball of dough and a thimble full of toppings. Get taken once their fault, get taken twice my fault. I can recommend this place if you want only crust.
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