This is a great little coffee spot for after a play at Geva Theatre. Brings me back to the Hippie days of old.
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Rochester has many nice coffee shop options in East Rochester. Starry Nites is my favorite. Located in the NOTA (Neighborhood Of The Arts) area, this spot is always buzzing, so make sure you allow wait time for busy times in the am or at lunch....More
The food was excellent! The white hot chocolate that another reviewer mentioned was AMAZING. Definitely try! The pastries were fresh. The sandwiches were excellent. The Tuna sandwich was perfect. The salad and the artichoke dip were filling and easily shared. The staff was very friendly...More
My wife and I split the turkey avocado wrap and turkey artichoke wrap. The avocado one was good, but not that exciting. The artichoke one on the other hand was AH-Mazing! Delicious grilled perfection. I also got a biscotti which was scrumptious. And despite being...More
Starry Nites offers wonderful food and drinks, and is one of my favorite places for lunch or a light dinner! I've never been disappointed in the food, and can never decide what coffee concoction to try because they all sound so good! They also have...More
I had never visited this cafe before, but was asked to come to a meeting inside the back room/dining room. I was very impressed as soon as I walked in the door. It is much bigger than it looks from the street, and very "artsy"...More
A great place to sit outside when it is warm enough to feel the vibe of the NOTA neighborhood. The Neighborhood Of The Arts is where its happening in Rochester.
The espresso based drinks and coffee here is great. Featured are espresso based drinks with locally named themes. The sandwiches are generous with thoughtful l combinations not commonly found.