Rochester's food culture has never existed in a vacuum. In this year's edition of DISH, we focuse less on the food itself and more on the effect those factors like history, tradition, and trends have had on creating the cuisine
Exploring local flavors and forging new friendships through walking food tours Walking through a neighborhood, you're able to find hidden gems that you wouldn't be able to see if you were just driving by in your car, whether it be a pocket park you never knew was there or a small restaurant that ends up having the best Cuban sandwich in town.
On an average Saturday, Flower City Pickers will collect between one and two tons of unwanted produce and food products from vendors around the Rochester Public Market.
There's a perception that west side food doesn't match east side offerings. There might be some history behind that.