Since 2001, Max of Eastman Place has anchored the East End neighborhood, Rochester’s premier cultural district.
At 25 Gibbs St., the restaurant’s casual elegance is embodied by its warm atmosphere and uniquely sophisticated cuisine.
Max’s boasts soaring ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows that allow for tons of natural light, and a landscaped courtyard.
The space also features peerless acoustics, lots of rooms to choose from, and amazing food, all in the heart of the East End, across from the Eastman Theatre.
Chef/owner Tony Gullace has been successfully operating for almost 20 years, always trying new ideas, and boasting a talented and dedicated staff.
As a landmark enterprise in the posh city neighborhood, Max of Eastman Place often partners on projects with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the Eastman Theatre and the Grove Street Tenants Association.
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Max’s immediately offered grocery delivery service and continued to offer spacious indoor and outdoor dining as soon as the state allowed.