Grana's at the Renaissance

Former Location
2500 East Avenue, Rochester NY, 14610
At the Renaissance Apartments complex
CLOSED June 2006

See Gone, But Not Forgotten

Grana's at the Renaissance was an Italian restaurant at the Renaissance Apartments complex. Site now occupied by the Flour City Grill.


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Ross says: I think this is the best Italian Restaurant in Rochester. Family-run place with a lot of interesting stuff. The pastas are all pretty solid. I'm a fan of their marinari sauce, and if I'm particularly hungry, I get the Grana Casterole, which is penne baked with mozarella, peppers, mushrooms, sausage and meatballs. Great, if you're in the mood for something heavy. There's a range of chicken and veal dishes (my favorite is the Saltimbocca). They do veal, chicken, and eggplant parmigian very well. Fresh homemade deserts every night - try the canolli and / or the pies, they're the best of each in the area.

Prices are going to be about $5 per person more than the Olive Garden. Once your spending that much, you might as well spend a little extra to not be sick the next day, and to have a really nice experience.