Fioravanti's on the Lake

Former Location
4671 Culver Rd, Rochester, NY 14622
CLOSED (as of 2009)

See Gone, But Not Forgotten


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2007-07-08 12:28:26   They don't have a liquor license, but you can bring your own wine, and they'll uncork it for a modest fee ($3 last night).

The chef/owner previously owned/cooked at Pasta Andiamo in East Rochester. —GeorgeHaberberger

2008-01-26 10:05:02   I was not at all impressed with this place. The service bordered on rude. I felt like I was an inconvenience to our server. Food was so so. It seemed like they only wanted to interact with the regulars. We won't be returning. —NewtonNola

2009-01-10 18:32:02   They have changed the name and the current place is awful. One of singular most horrid dining experiences I have ever had from the food to the service. I took three bites of my entree and was unable to finish it. The salad was notable for it's chunks of yellow core iceberg lettuce- bitter and a pet peeve of mine. How can you not know how to clean lettuce in the food industry? The bread was unremarkable and presented with cold prepackaged butter. The entrees were both chicken and shrimp dishes and were presented in huge portions. The shrimp was fishy in smell and taste. The chicken was very dry despite being saturated in bland, unpleasant sauces. My dinging companion noted that the vegetables in my dinner tasted like rubbery shoes. The pasta side was covered in a mediocre red sauce. The parmesan at the table was not fresh and tasted like stale, prepackaged junk. The pepper shaker was slimy and in dire need of being wiped off. I am not even going to speak to the quality of the service. —asally