ITALIAN RESTAURANTS IN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK - SEND US YOUR REVIEW
HENRY B 'S - 84 Fall Street, Seneca Falls 315-568-1600
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We were driving back from Philadelphia and were about thirty five minutes from Rochester when we stopped in Seneca Falls for dinner. Henry B's is right on the Main Street and may be the only place to go for dinner in these parts because they were busy. We didn't have reservations but they squeezed us in.

It is a very comfortable, bare brick wall, tin ceiling, old New York kind of place. Our server explained that they were a family style restaurant and they encouraged sharing. There were three of us and one of us was my mother-in-law. She suggested sharing a big steak. We delicately maneuvered the choices in the direction of shrimp and chicken and then settled on

Pasta e Pollo - Chunks of roasted chicken breast in a shiitake mushroom, Marsala sauce with Parmigiano Reggiano over rigatoni - $23.95

Gambaretti alla Siciliano - Jumbo shrimp, pan seared with extra virgin olive oil, garlic, onion, currants & pine nuts, served with braised greens - $28.95

I snagged these descriptions from henrybs.com where they have their menu posted. The portions were huge and easily made a second meal the next night. They dishes were distinctive We started with a Lobster Bisque soup special that was served in an acorn squash. It was out of this world. I ordered the

Insalata di Casa*  - European cucumbers, tomatoes & olives over a bed of crisp iceberg lettuce served with a house vinaigrette - $9.00

The salad was simple, fresh and delicious. The marinated olives tranported me to Europe or at least as far as Rubinos. Work up an appetite on the way out here. This is a friendly, fun pace with great food.

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