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|2900 Monroe Avenue, Rochester NY, 14618||585 248 4964|
|202 High Point Drive, Victor, NY 14564||585 425 4711|
|Hours (as of June 2012)|
|Monday - Friday: 7:00AM to 9:00PM|
|Saturday: 11:00AM to 9:00PM|
|Sunday: 11:00AM to 8:00PM|
|<info AT halfmoonsalads DOT com>|
Halfmoon Creative Salads is a soup and salad cafe with 2 locations. The first one is located in Clover Commons where Barnswallow Gifts was located. The cafe opened on Earth Day, April 22 2010. They specialize in gourmet salads and homemade soups and dressings. The name comes from Mezzaluna (Italian for Half moon), the shape of the circular utensil used for chopping lettuce and other vegetables.
Halfmoon opened a second location in January 2012 in Victor.
They also do catering.
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2010-05-02 20:41:17 I find it ironic that they opened on Earth Day, but use all disposable salad bowls, utensils, and cups. Why not be truly Earth friendly and serve salads on real dishes? —Rachel
2010-05-05 12:49:02 Great tasting, healthy food in a quick in and out place, convenient and you can order in from there, too.....just what Rochester needs ! —AnnBerry
2010-08-17 13:42:46 Went for the first time a few days ago and had the Greek Wrap. Was very fresh and very good (cucumber mint dressing was excellent)!
That said, @ $8 it was one of the cheaper options that included meat. You can add meat to the other salads/wraps for $1.50 (chicken) or $2.75 (steak or shrimp), but it starts to get kind of expensive for a wrap. The salads look large, and I will try one next time (although again, it starts to get pricey if you want to add meat and more than 4 toppings). I understand that freshly prepared food is a bit more expensive - you get what you pay for - but I can't really justify regularly spending $9-$12 on a salad for lunch when Wegman's is right down the road ($6 for a huge market fresh salad).
Again, it was very good & I'll go back, but just not as often as I would like to. —NoBS
2012-03-12 00:44:36 +1 for NoBS's review... The salads are fresh, there's a huge variety of ingredients as well as excellent regular and rotating (seasonal) combinations. But at $10+ for a half-salad and a drink, it's on the expensive side, and quickly gets out of reasonable lunch territory if you make additions. I'm glad to see they've been doing well enough to open a second location, and I'll certainly go back for the quality and tasty creations. —daverea