Food made from scratch isn’t easy to source outside the family kitchen, but for the folks of Rochester, it’s not far beyond their backyards. Rekindle an affair with rustic yet refined eating at The Fairport, and fall in love with what’s at the end of your fork: get $30 worth of pure, simply satisfying rustic American fare for $15.
The Fairport harkens back to Rochester's 1800s history, plating fresh, seasonal fare crafted with old-school techniques and nothing but pure, simple, regional and local ingredients. The scratch-made menu’s meats, poultry and fish are cut in-house to maintain their high standards, from Prime Rib Beef Au Jus and New York Strips to Bourbon Glazed Salmon Steaks. Sample San Francisco Lettuce Wraps or Hot Bubbling Artichoke, Spinach and Cheese Dip before diving into Black Tie Chicken Pasta and Lobster Ravioli, or keep it light with an Asian Sesame Chicken Salad or Chicken in Paradise, a char-grilled breast bedded on mixed greens with fresh herbs and fat free raspberry vinaigrette. Don’t forget to taste this welcomed Rochester addition, because your plate is guaranteed to be filled with it.