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Vendors wanted for Roc Holiday Village (access required)

Roc Holiday Village has issued a call for vendors for the fourth annual celebration of winter fun in downtown Rochester. A limited number of vendor spots are available in the outdoor Shopping Village, as well as tables for the Dec. ...

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Vacant Lake Ave. car wash will become a Taco Bell (access required)

Taco Bell is coming back into the city of Rochester. Hospitality Restaurant Group (HRG) has purchased the former Evergreen Car Wash at 358 Lake Ave. and hopes to be serving chalupas, gorditas and burritos from a newly built facility before ...

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Seneca Lake’s oldest winery is for sale (access required)

Glenora Wine Cellar, the oldest winery on Seneca Lake, is for sale. Founded in 1977, the property includes the winery, the 30-room Inn at Glenora and Veraisons Restaurant. The list price: $10.8 million. Glenora Wine Cellars is located in the ...

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Palmer Food Services opens client and culinary center in Buffalo area (access required)

Palmer Food Services has opened the Palmer Food Services Buffalo Client and Culinary Center in West Seneca, Erie County, which marks the company’s second corporate location in New York.  The site includes an executive test kitchen, meeting space and corporate ...

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Take your palate on a vacation with the Upstate Eats trail

Wine and beer trails are popular destinations in upstate New York, but a new type of trail is tempting upstate travelers to chow down, as well as raise their glasses.   Upstate Eats is the name of the trail that was ...

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Definitely Downtown Events hope to invigorate city streets (access required)

A series of new special events in the heart of downtown — from music and movies to art and food — has been launched to lure people to the streets of Rochester and reconnect them with what the city has ...

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Local restaurateur to reopen JCC café   (access required)

The café at the Jewish Community Center in Brighton will soon re-open under new management.   Max Gordon will open The Shalom Café on May 2. The café will be kosher and open to the public. Breakfast and lunch will ...

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New York Kitchen announces project in honor of Sandy Parker (access required)

New York Kitchen is opening an educational space and expanding its tasting room with the construction of a three-season first floor terrace that will be named the Sandy Parker Terrace.  In honor of Parker, the Summers Foundation and the Sands ...

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BioWorks named Victor Business of the Year by local development corp. (access required)

BioWorks, which provides biologically based products for the horticulture and specialty agriculture markets, has been named Business of the Year by the Victor Local Development Corp. The 18 winners in the 16th annual Victor Business Awards will be honored at ...

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Empire Medicinals expanding mushroom research (access required)

Mushroom innovation company Empire Medicinals of Rochester will enhance its exploration into new food products and healthy additives through laboratory space at the New York State Center for Excellence in Food and Agriculture at Cornell AgriTech. Empire Medicinals is a ...

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SBA extends EIDL deferment period another six months (access required)

Nearly 9,500 small businesses in the Finger Lakes region will be allowed to defer repayment on COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) for another six months. U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said today that the Small Business Administration ...

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