Rochester, NY

I was born and raised in Rochester, NY.


What a city.


I grew up in a neighborhood called The 19th Ward.


Rochester is a great mid-sized city.


I always wonder what my life would look like if I never moved from Rochester. I went to school K-12 there, but left for college.


Apart from The Summer of 2012, I don't really know what its like to live there.


But it still feels like home.


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HERE ARE SOME RECOMMENDATIONS


THE OUTDOORS

Braddock Bay | Totally underrated and underpublicized state park in the Northwest suburbs.


Letchworth State Park | It's reputation speaks for itself. "The Grand Canyon of the East."


Durand Eastman | "The Beach" | It's not the greatest beach. It is easily accessible though and has some really great vendors and concerts during the summer.


GREAT WEEKEND TRIPS

The Finger Lakes | Buffalo | Syracuse | Toronto | Thousand Islands | New York City


Sports | Buffalo Bills | Rochester Red Wings | Buffalo Sabres | RIT Tigers Hockey


THE ARTS | Rochester's Art scene is pretty great.


The Cinema | https://roccinema.com/ | Classic Movie Theater based in the Swillburg Neighborhood.

Movies 10 |

The Little Theater

Eastman Theater


Food and Beverage | Abilene | THe Distillery | Country Sweet


Stores and Shopping |


MORE RECOMMENDATIONS |


Barrio | https://www.shopbarrio.com/collections/rochester | Barrio is a casual, independent neighborhood clothing brand offering a full range of Rochester, NY ROC caps.

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