Tim Hortons, the coffee and baked goods retailer founded by a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, is the new title sponsor of the iceplex in Brighton.
BurgerFi International Inc., a fast-casual restaurant franchise voted the best the best fast food burger by readers of USA Today, is coming to Pittsford Plaza through a partnership with Apple Cinemas. BurgerFi will operate a franchise within the theater, which is now scheduled to open in November, although previous expected openings have been pushed back. […]
Hector Urena Jr. and his son own four McDonald’s restaurants in suburban Rochester. They enjoy the opportunities to give back to their employees and the community.
After opening more than 2,000 restaurants nationwide, Wingstop is ready to christen its first location in the Greater Rochester area.
"We are looking for dynamic food and beverage people to dream up what this impressive space can be for visitors and residents alike," Mayor Malik Evans said in a news release.
Wednesday's Midday Bash at Parcel 5 in downtown Rochester has been called off because of the air quality health advisory.
Patina Restaurant Group is a division of Buffalo-based Delaware North Companies and operates a host of fine dining experiences across the country.
The expanding upscale theater chain has signed a lease with Wilmorite to renovate the former Regal Cinemas space at the Mall at Greece Ridge.
Domino's says EVs provide ample battery life, zero tailpipe emissions, advanced safety features and lower average maintenance costs than nonelectric vehicles.
Small restaurant and beverage franchise The Beer Market has rebranded to Beerhead Bar & Eatery. Beerhead combines the appeal of a rotating selection of draft beers from local and regional brewers, as well as wine and other locally sourced beverages and food offerings. The company says the rebrand is meant to expand the consumer experience from a haven for beer-lovers [...]
The village of Lake Grove recently granted special-use permits, setback and parking variances and site-plan approval for a 100,ooo-square-foot store on 8.5 acres of the DSW Plaza, according to Long Island Business News, a sister publication of the Rochester Business Journal.
The MCSCC has announced a request for proposals (RFP) to replace Bill Gray's as holder of naming rights. In 2013, Bill Gray's had entered into what could have been a 30-year agreement, with options after every 10 years. The options won't be renewed.